In 2010, there were 51 waterfront sales in Miami Beach. The average Miami Beach waterfront home sold for $710/square foot. The high sale for 2010 was 88 La Gorce Circle on La Gorce Island, which sold in June for $16M. The Miami Beach luxury home market was fueled by many pro athletes either buying or sellling.Read more
Wow. Ok. Two (former) professional athletes sell their Miami Beach real estate. Rony Seikaly, a retired basketball player, sold his stunning lower North Bay Road manse to Brightstar CEO, Marcelo Claure. The approximately 9,300 sf home, built in 2005 and sited on a 26,500 sf lot, was sold to Claure for $11.5M. The house was not listed with a […]Read more
A very good friend made this video for me. Her name is Ardell DellaLoggia. She hails from Seattle. She thinks the world of me. She’s awesome. $15M Miami Beach PenthouseRead more
Hey! I missed you. Really, I did. I won’t bore you guys with where I’ve been and what I’ve been doing but I will give you the quick and dirty and then get to the good stuff. I joined ONE Sotheby’s International Realty about two months ago (it’s a blur–don’t know exact date) as vice president. […]Read more
Why do some properties languish on the market for an eternity, while others get snapped up?
Some sellers don’t want to admit that they know the real reason that there property isn’t selling.
An article in today’s Miami Herald shows the success of a stalled condo project in mid-beach that is bucking the trend.Read more
Miami Beach was always destined to become exactly what it now is: a playground. Check out this video from the ‘6o’s. Nothing really has changed except maybe for the fashions.Read more