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Monthly Archives: November, 2021

The Sagamore And Ritz-Carlton Are Merging; Daddy Yankee Lists on AirBnB

A roundup of the latest noteworthy real estate news around South Florida:

Giant Miami Studio Has a Dining Table That Seats Twenty, a Bed in The Corner, and a Futon

Here's a rather pretty space, on the top floor of the Bank, a small condo tower near the corner of Biscayne Boulevard and NE 79th Street that, as the name suggests, used to be a bank. Listed for $750,000 and the biggest penthouse in the building, it was probably once a normal 1,600-foot apartment... you know, with bedrooms and stuff, but at some point converted into just one big room. It's a huge studio.

Al Capone’s House in Question, And A Sexy New SoBe Hostel is Coming

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111-Year-Old Estate of Coconut Grove’s Founding Family Lists for $12.9M

With just over one acre of land on South Bayshore Drive, the rambling estate of John T. Peacock, a member of Coconut Grove's founding Peacock family, this 111-year-old historic pile is on an unusually large piece of land for a property in the heart of the Grove. Overlooking Kennedy Park, and an old sheltered inlet that practically ends at its front gate, the listing is asking for a healthy $12.9 million.

Onda Residences, Site of Former MiMo Apartment Building, Broke Ground Today

Onda Residences, a high-end luxury condominium being developed by CMC Group and Morabito Properties, had its ceremonial groundbreaking today, as one of the few in-person real estate events that are finally starting to happen these days. The building, which features 41 residences beginning at $1.8 million a pop, is on the former site of the Bay Harbour Continental, a MiMo residential building that was a gem of midcentury flair and which preservationists fought, unsuccessfully, to preserve.

Beach Voters Approve 2 AM Alcohol Sale Ban; A Snazzy New Swimming Hall of Fame

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Upscale Anti-Uber Rideshare Service Alto Launches In Miami

A new ridesharing service called Alto, which is only in a few cities so far (Houston, Dallas, L.A., and Miami to be precise) has recently launched in Miami.

Foster + Partners Designs Aventura Building; More Momentum For A Monorail

A roundup of the latest Miami real estate news: