- 3.19.2015 Coral Gables Commission candidates argue about development, street lights, taxes The development would include a high-end hotel with 184 rooms; 314,000 square-feet of office space; restaurants, retail establishments, a gym and multiplex cinema. Plans also include three residential towers with 214 condo units and 15 townhouses. [Miami Herald]
- 3.13.2015 Dan Marino to buy Auberge condo on Fort Lauderdale beach Marino and wife Claire are taking a unit at Auberge Beach Residences & Spa, according to the developers. The Related Group of Miami is building the 171-unit condo at 2200 N. Ocean Blvd. in partnership with Fortune International Group and the Ireland and Mitchell families. [Sun Sentinel]
- 3.7.2015 Report: Downtown condo market to cool down Skyrocketing construction costs, overheated land prices and falling foreign currencies have finally caught up with a housing market that boomed after the lean years of the recession. [Miami Herald]
- 2.27.2015 Ultra-Luxury Condo Market Slows in NYC, Heats Up in Miami The ultra-luxury condominium market, largely fueled by foreign buyers, is showing signs of slowing in New York City, real estate experts say. But as the pace for buying super-luxury condos in Manhattan decelerates, shovels are breaking ground to build luxury high-rises in South Florida. [Main St]
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