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Midtown Miami’s New Trader Joe’s Is Almost Ready To Open

Trader Joe's roomy new Midtown Miami store, which began construction at Gio Midtown back last June, is racing toward completion, as can be seen by a quick stroll by the new space. Peek in the window, and the store looks practically, almost, just barely complete. All that's seemingly missing is perhaps the last of the chain's signature visual flourishes, taking the plastic off the cash registers, and well, stocking the shelves, and boom. Although the store (#794) still hasn't announced an official opening date, the Big Bubble would not be shocked if it happens in the next week or two. Read on for a few interior photos, including a glimpse of the majorly big mural in the soaring entry.

Elegant South Grove Courtyard House Makes a Statement for $4 Million

In this real estate market, prices keep rising and rising to a point where it's almost embarrassing to write about a property when in the back of your mind you keep thinking "you get THAT for THAT???" This is not one of those houses. Compared to some of the hovels on offer in Miami Beach for literally the exact same price, this rather stately and elegant home in South Coconut Grove doesn't feel like its price, a cool $4 million, is extravagantly out of step with what's on offer.

Tiny South Miami Shack Hides A Sleek Bachelor Pad Within

This unassuming cottage, with its raw, unifinished wood siding and unkempt jungle of a yard in South Miami, looks practically abandoned. Yet, the property, located at 6401 SW 42nd Terrace, hit the market four days ago for a not-immoddest $515,000. A lot of that asking price can be blamed on the 9,000 square foot corner lot, as well as the extremely frothy housing market we're living in right now. But, inside this little 728 square foot house, you'll find a swinging, subtropical bachelor pad.

Vintage Newsreels from the ’80s Tell the Story of a Booming Miami.

The 1980 roared in Miami. Not only was the city's image and identity transformed in ways both good and bad, mixing global glamour with global intrigue, but the city itself changed physically. In that decade Greater Miami saw a building boom, blending luxury condo towers with avant-garde architecture, new public amenities and institutions, and a flood of stylish, luxury hotels catering to different kinds of travelers than the old beachside hostelries of earlier.

Flagler Avenue Update; Could Disney World Leave Florida?

Another roundup of the latest real estate news across South Florida:

Inside Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Estate, On The Market For An Eye-Watering $150 Million

When the exquisitely wealthy businesswoman and philanthropist Adrienne Arsht listed her magnificent and massive Miami estate for sale in January, spectacularly priced at $150 million, it was a news item significant enough to command splashy spreads on the covers of the Miami Herald and the Wall Street Journal's Mansion section. To put it mildly, it was a major, major news item, not just because it could set a new record for the most expensive residential sale in South Florida, but because of the size, prominence, and history of the property itself.

Amtrak Is Finally Not Ignoring Miami Airport Station’s Existence, Even Though Its Trains Have Fit Perfectly Fine For Years

A fully built-out train depot, including ticket counters, a waiting room, dedicated bathrooms, various other such spaces tailor-made for Amtrak's use, and direct links to a bevy of other transportation options, neglected to collect mothballs by Amtrak for an incredible seven years, may finally be put to use. When the Miami Intermodal Center, also known as the Miami Airport Station (even though technically it's a depot) was completed back in 2015, Amtrak realized a little late that the platforms were too short. Due to what was basically just a mammoth screw-up, the rear end of an Amtrak train would have to stick way out into traffic going along NW 25th Street like a one-thousand-one-hundred-foot-long, metal Kim Kardashian.

Raw-Yet-Refined Miami Beach House By A Renowned Local Architect Lists for $15M

Acclaimed Miami-based architect Rene Gonzalez's Prairie Residence, completed in 2017 on a landlocked residential street in the heart of Miami Beach just off sunny and somewhat hostile Dade Boulevard, is one of his most extraordinary designs to date and a really masterful yet particularly unusual home. The 3,312-square-foot contemporary luxury residence was designed for its environment and its future environment, impacted by forces such as sea-level rise. Priced at a precise $15,151,000 apparently, the house has been on the market since last November, and, well, it's still here.

The World’s Longest Limo Has Been Restored by The Family That Built Miami’s Iconic Car Condo Tower

Miami's Dezer family is famous for their obsession with cars. Developers Michael and Gil Dezer built the Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles Beach, a cylindrical black monolith with a trio of car elevators that bring your prized ride straight up to your very, very expensive condo in the sky, and they're currently working on the Bentley Residences Miami, which is basically the same thing but, you guessed it, branded by another luxury car company.

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.

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