Modernist Miami House With Recording Studio is Asking $1.75 M

This 3,559 square foot mixed-use house, hidden in a corner of Miami’s Shorecrest neighborhood that many people don’t even know exists, comes with a comfortable four bedroom residence above and easily adaptable workspaces below.

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Stately Morningsider, Eclectically Decorated, Hits the Market for $3.4M

This immaculately preserved and restored palazzo in the heart of Morningside, the City of Miami’s first historic district, was built in 1926. It hist the market on Sunday for $3,399,000, and in the intervening time it must have had a pretty exciting existence, if the bright and eclectic interior is any evidence. Located at 5600 NE 6th Avenue, the house is in the heart of the neighborhood.

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Art Wynwood Coming to Miami Next Week

Art Wynwood, the premier winter contemporary art fair produced by Art Miami, will return for its ninth edition at Herald Plaza on Biscayne Bay in Downtown Miami. The fair will open on Thursday, February 13th with a VIP Preview benefitting the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA Miami) before opening to the public over Presidents Day Weekend – Friday, February 14th through Monday, February 17th, 2020. Over 50 international galleries presenting world-class blue chip, modern and contemporary artwork will be on view.

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Coconut Grove Med Revival on Land Once Owned By Howard Hughes Gets Price Reduction to $15M

Way back in 2012 on Curbed Miami, I wrote about this baronial med revival palazzo located in the gated compound of Hughes Cove, named after one-time owner Howard Hughes, with views looking over a private harbor to Biscayne Bay. The real estate market was emerging from the doldrums of the Great Recession, the house–built in 2003–was listed for $13 million, and things were looking up.

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Gigantic Full-Floor Unit Lists at Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum in Miami

At One Thousand Museum, Dame Zaha Hadid’s Downtown Miami tower and the poster-child of Miami’s starchitect-designed condo towers, only two of the building’s gargantuan 10,000 square foot full-floor units appear to be on the market. And only one of those two has spectacular photography, despite being sold as more-or-less as a white box, for the buyer to do what they will with. That’s unit 5701. (The other one, if you’re curious, is 5901)

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