1 Hotel & Residences South Beach

A Miami Beach Condo & Condo-Hotel with a Storied Past and Starry Future! I’ve never really devoted a post entirely to a Miami Beach real estate project, so this is a bit odd but FUN for me. The reason I decided to is because 1 Hotel & Residences South Beach is the last development of its kind in this area. Here’s what it looked like long, long ago. —–>

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Breaking News: Setai South Beach Condo Sale Breaks Record… AGAIN

Setai South Beach breaks another record for a non-penthouse-type unit. The last 12 months have seen new benchmarks for ultra-luxury condos. The Miami Beach EDITION reports a $34M double-penthouse sale at the project, which yields $3,800/SF.

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Miami Beach Real Estate: 2011 South Beach-South of Fifth Condo Market Index

Miami Beach real estate stats for 2011 for the South Beach-South of Fifth (SoFi) neighborhood. This index is comprised of nine buildings, including Continuum North & South, South Pointe Tower, Portofino Tower, Apogee South Beach, Murano at Portofino, Yacht Club, ICON South Beach and Murano Grande.

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Super-Flip: Apogee South Beach Penthouse Re-listed for $13.5M MORE Than $11.5M Paid. South Beach Penthouse Report

The Apogee Penthouse, 800 S. Pointe Drive, PH #A, has been listed almost a year to the day of last year’s purchase for an astounding $25,000,000. From my knowledge of being the original listing agent, and the pictures on the MLS,  the owner has not improved the property from when it was purchased.  Um, ok. […]

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Miami Beach Real Estate: Netscape Founder, Jim Clark, Lists Setai South Beach Penthouse for $27M, PH B Sells for $15M

Miami is bringing BLING! Jim Clark, founder of Netscape and developer of two downtown Miami condos, lists PH Villa A for $27M. Andrew Barroway of Philadelphia sells PH Villa B at Setai South Beach for $15M.

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Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony “Buy” Miami Condo in ICON Brickell

According to People Magazine, JLO and Marc Anthony have “bought” a new apartment at ICON Brickell.  I find it very hard to believe that they would actually spend money to live in a complex with 1,800 people.   I can’t wait to see the tax roll come up. So far there has only been about 30 […]

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