1610 Collins Avenue Blue Road, a Miami development company led by principals Jorge Savloff and Marcelo Tenenbaum, just announced the re-opening of the historic Berkeley Hotel in Miami Beach. The Argentine investors spent a total of about $43 million on major renovations, construction and land purchases, according to a release.
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7251 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach After winning a $3 million contract to build a new home for a non-profit senior center in Miami Beach, Plaza Construction Group Florida’s predecessor company installed a defective air conditioning and heating ventilation system that led to a leaky roof and other problems, according to
VIDEO: Earlier #flooding along 47th st. in #MiamiBeach. pic.twitter.com/JIa9wx0G5e — Miami Beach Alerts (@BeachNewsAlerts) August 2, 2017 The tail end of Tropical Depression Emily brought severe flooding to Miami and Miami Beach on Tuesday, filling streets, shutting down businesses and even forcing the Miami-Dade County Courthouse Center to
5004 North Bay Road Inset: Christian de Berdouare and Jennifer Valoppi Chicken Kitchen founder Christian de Berdouare and his wife, former TV journalist Jennifer Valoppi, just took out a $10 million mortgage on their luxury spec home on Miami Beach’s North Bay Road, property records show. The couple received financing
Artecity In 2011, the Artecity complex of condominiums near Collins Park in Miami Beach was completed, despite the developer filing for bankruptcy amid an avalanche of lawsuits. Six years later, the unit owners are now taking the developer, Artecity Park LLC, and eight firms involved in Artecity’s construction to court.
Ocean Drive in Miami Beach Miami Beach commissioners will let the voters decide if they want to limit late night alcohol sales on Ocean Drive that many say are fueling rowdy behavior and increasingly deadly violence on the iconic street. Commissioners voted unanimously on Wednesday to support a ballot
Miami Beach The Miami Beach commission approved two ordinances on Wednesday that will regulate where medical marijuana will be sold and set requirements for those seeking a license to open a dispensary. The ordinances adopted on first reading will allow up to four areas in the city to house medical marijuana dispensaries:
864 Commerce Street and Noah Fox Le Piment, a French bistro with locations in St. Barts and Saint Martin, is opening an eatery in Miami Beach’s South-of-Fifth neighborhood, The Real Deal has learned. The restaurant has signed a lease for 864 Commerce Street, broker Noah Fox of Koniver Stern Group
Aerial view of 7845 Atlantic Way A waterfront lot in Miami Beach’s Altos del Mar just sold for $5.5 million. The 16,750-square-foot lot at 7845 Atlantic Way sold for $331 per square foot, The Jills announced on Monday. Felise Eber of Coldwell Banker’s The Jills represented the seller and Jill