Archive for the ‘Pre-construction’ Category

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

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

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.

SBCB Scoop: Miami Beach’s $29M Setai Penthouse Under Contract

Thursday, August 9th, 2007

I remember when I got into the real estate business about 15 years ago that agents who primarily sold condos were considered second-class brokers. How times have changed. Word on the street (or in my ear) is that the penthouse at Setai South Beach, located at 101 20th Street in Miami Beach, is under contract. […]

Coming Soon: Canyon Ranch Living Hotel, Spa & Condos Miami Beach

Thursday, June 28th, 2007

Today I went to a presentation by the Canyon Ranch Miami developer. To give you a little background on me and my history of this project, I have been a fan of this project since BEFORE the project was launched over three years ago. The project consists of three towers on OVER 6 acres of oceanfront […]

Clients are sometimes surprised when your advice isn’t SELL NOW!

Sunday, June 10th, 2007

Recently I had a conversation with a client with regard to a condo-hotel unit that he purchased, pre-construction, at a resort which is nearing completion. The reason for his call, being an investor, was to basically get my opinion on what he should do with his unit. It was clear that his first thought was […]

Friday Nite Linkage

Saturday, June 9th, 2007

In Miami, Buyers and Sellers Will Have To Rethink Their Strategies. [Miami Herald] Miami’s Building an Instant City Downtown, will it backfire? [Miami Herald] Florida lawmakers release tax cut details [Miami Herald] Maps, Charts & Graphs [PDF] [Miami Herald]

Villa Magna: Another Condo Bites The Dust?

Thursday, June 7th, 2007

Rumor has it that Villa Magna has decided NOT to move forward, and will be returning deposits.  Some say it’s because they decided not to build, others say it’s because there is a high-roller interested in the land. Either way, I think the decision not to go forward in an already saturated Brickell condo market is […]