I’m Back! Miami Beach Real Estate: Single Family Waterfront Sales for 2013

I know, I know. I ‘ve been gone. Gone! But I’m back. In the year and a half I’ve been away, I’ve seen exactly ONE blog post from other sources that I consider great. Most of the stuff that gets pushed out to you is for reasons other than simply delivering useful info. I’m actually […]

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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: 2012 South of Fifth Condo Stats

2012 Miami Beach real estate statistics for the ultra-luxe SoFi (South of Fifth) neighborhood in South Beach. In 2012 SoFi continued to flex and show off just how in demand this neighborhood is.

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2013 Y/E Stats for South Beach Condo Index – South of Fifth Condos

Miami Beach Real Estate and Analysis by Kevin Tomlinson We agents who specialize in Miami Beach real estate get spoiled very easily.¬† While it is true that I am writing this post 2¬†years after the end of 2013, 2013 was a very blah year compared to 2012. Ocean House fired up the market with the […]

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Stratosphere: 2012 Miami Beach Waterfront Real Estate Sales Soar to Heights Unseen- UPDATED

Miami Beach and Indian Creek Village Waterfront Sales for 2012. Real estate records were broken in all sectors, including: highest sale, highest sales volume and number of transactions. Land sale records were also broken, as older homes are to be demolished, and some lots joined together to make estate-sized properties.

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