New Kimpton South Beach Hotel Says It’s Opening This Year As Construction Continues

Officially called “Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach,” the new hotel on the corner of Alton Road and the Collins Canal, overlooking Dade Boulevard in Miami Beach, has announced they are opening “late 2019” as construction workers hustle to finish the job. The hotel is hedging its bets, however, and only taking reservations for April 2020 and later.

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How do You Diversify Miami Beach Beyond Just Entitled NIMBYs and the Rich?

The Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce is holding its annual real estate luncheon on September 12th, and tickets are still available. The topic of the panel discussion, “Diversifying Our Real Estate to Diversify Our Economy,” recognizes the fact that as Miami Beach real estate becomes more expensive, its population has become more affluent, exclusive, and monotonous, and more people are being pushed out.

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What Do You Think of the Bright Orange Walls in this $28M Miami Beach Mansion?

Built in 2016, this big contemporary mansion mixes the Miami Beach aesthetic with some architectural variety, including bright neon orange accent walls sprinkled throughout. Although the house might look like a race car that’s about to take a dip in the bay, the interior designer should get a lot of credit for working with what they had and actually making the interiors pretty gorgeous.

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Famed Interior Designer Jean-Louis Deniot Sells Fab Midcentury Pad on Flamingo Drive for $7.5M

Jean-Louis Deniot, an internationally known interior designer who has been listed on Architectural Digest’s list of the world’s one hundred best interior designers and architects, just sold his renovated mid-century rancher on Miami Beach’s Flamingo Drive for $7.5M. Mr. Deniot has worked on a few local projects in Miami, including the interiors of the Elysee condo tower, which is currently under construction in Edgewater.

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Hole-In-The-Wall La Sandwicherie is a South Beach Institution

So many South Beach joints can seem, well, insanely touristy. From the sidewalk cafes with their gigantic cocktails on Ocean Drive, to the overpriced, underwhelming restaurants of Lincoln Road, it’s easy to write off the whole neighborhood as one giant gastronomic Times Square. There are some real winners that have been around forever, however, and they still haven’t sold out like many South Beach hot spots.

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