- 10.5.2015 Explosion at Sunny Isles Beach condo tower injures six A 34th-floor boiler room blew up atop a new waterfront Sunny Isles Beach condominium Friday, injuring six people, including at least one worker in or near the boilers at the time of the explosion. [Miami Herald]
- 9.26.2015 Ocean Land Investments completes first new Fort Lauderdale condo project Initial sales at AquaVita Las Olas have ranged from $1M to $1.4M or $430 to $490 psf [The Real Deal]
- 9.18.2015 What $50 million gets you in Miamiís resurgent condo market With condominium prices in the Miami market climbing to $50 million or more, broker Peggy Fucci has taken up ever more aggressive marketing efforts to find qualified buyers. [Washington Post]
- 9.12.2015 Fort Lauderdale to consider condos at Hyatt Fort Lauderdale officials will review two major development proposals on Tuesday, the addition of condos and office space to the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six and a dual-branded hotel downtown. [South Florida Business Journal]
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