The penthouse at the top of 600 Coral Way, the Segovia Tower, is something to behold—if not for its beauty, at least for its over-the-top audacity. The amount of faux finish used on the walls alone is something to behold.
I'm not sure if it's historic or not, but this arabic-inspired courtyard house in Coral Gables is still pretty dang gorgeous.  Located at 5538 San Vincente Street, it's on the market for $1.65 million. They don't build classy, courtyard houses like this that often anymore. The brokerbabble is a little over the top though.
Check out this whopper which hit the market today, listed for $55 million in Gables Estates.
One of Coconut Grove's historic and exotic Chinese Village houses is back on the market after flipping on and off for the last few years, with a price cut of about $700,000 from its high in 2015. Listed for $1.175 million now, in 2018, the house was on the market for $1.6M back in 2016, and $1.895M in 2015, at the peak of the real estate boom.
Boy, Lincoln Road has really jumped the shark. Look what's coming: Capital One Bank, known for its silly but rather jarringly un-Lincoln Road-ish "What's in Your Wallet?" commercials is apparently opening a cafe on Lincoln Road. Signage with the bank's logo and the word 'cafe' is clearly visible at the construction site.
Humpy, happy Monday everyone. Here's the news: