The Harbour debuts its sales gallery in Sunny Isles: PHOTOS

The Harbour debuts its sales gallery in Sunny Isles: PHOTOS

Click here to view original post. Developers Key International and 13th Floor Investments held a grand opening for the Harbour’s sales gallery complete with a choreographed, acrobatic jet pack show, filet mignon More »

PHOTOS: On the scene at the Harbour’s groundbreaking

PHOTOS: On the scene at the Harbour’s groundbreaking

Click here to view original post. Key International and 13th Floor Investments broke ground on the Harbour, a 425-unit condo project in North Miami Beach. The Harbour, at 16385 Biscayne Boulevard, is More »

The Harbour 73% sold, breaking ground on Wednesday


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Click here to view original post.Renderings of The Harbour in North Miami Beach The Harbour, a planned condominium development on Biscayne Bay in North Miami Beach, has reached 73 percent under contract More »

PHOTOS: On the scene at PULSE Miami Beach cocktail party

PHOTOS: On the scene at PULSE Miami Beach cocktail party

Click here to view original post. Key International and 13th Floor Investments hosted a cocktail party as a sponsor of PULSE Miami Beach Contemporary Art Fair during Miami Art Week. The developers previewed their More »

Developers close $30.5M land deal for The Harbour

Developers close $30.5M land deal for The Harbour

Click here to view original post. Renderings of The Harbour in North Miami Beach Developers 13th Floor Investments and Key International just closed on a $30.5 million land deal for their twin-tower More »

 

French buyer pays $13.2M for new Venetian Islands home

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306 West San Marino Drive. Inset: Jim Agard, who represented the buyer, and listing broker Dora Puig

A French buyer paid $13.2 million for a newly built home on the Venetian Islands, The Real Deal has learned.  The deal, which went under contract during Art Basel last year, marks the

Airbnb to start collecting resort tax in Surfside on March 1

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Surfside. Inset: Airbnb founders Joe Gebbia, Nathan Blecharczyk and Brian Chesky

Airbnb has cracked South Florida. The short-term rental platform signed a deal with the town of Surfside to begin collecting and remitting taxes on March 1, marking the first municipality in South Florida to do so.  Through the voluntary collection

Builders balk at Miami’s proposed Art in Public Places fee

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Art in Public Places in Miami

Local developers are putting up heavy resistance against a city of Miami effort to fund or place public art in private projects. Last week, the Miami City Commission delayed a final vote on the measure, amid a chorus of opposition from local builders

Miami Beach has Bakehouse singing the blues after code says no jazz on Sundays

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Bakehouse Brasserie. Inset: Menin Hospitality’s Jared Galbut and Keith Menin

In a city known for throbbing all-night discos, oversized speakers blasting rap music on Ocean Drive and salsa-blaring golf buggies ferrying tourists from bar to bar, one might think that a little smooth jazz at a Sunday brunch might not