As many of you know I work for StreetEasy and last week I had the pleasure of interviewing Alicia Cervera Lamadrid, Managing Partner at Cervera Real Estate. We talked about some of the data we uncovered in StreetEasy’s Q1 Miami Residential Market Report, but also chatted about the urbanization of Miami that has occurred in Brickell and… Read more »
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The next wave of development in South Florida will most likely occur along the FEC corridor. If you are a developer in South Florida, you should attend this forum. Please Register Online by: Friday, April 12, 2013 Online at seflorida.uli.org Exactly one year ago I wrote this article: Rail, Real Estate and the Future of Development… Read more »
Last week Global Fund Investments and MMG Equity Partners announced they had acquired Biscayne Plaza ($12-14 million unconfirmed), a 347,000 square-foot grocery-anchored center located at one Miami’s most prominent intersections. Biscayne Plaza is located on the northwest corner of Biscayne Boulevard and NE 79th Street. The property sits just east of the FEC rail line as well;… Read more »
This past weekend I had the pleasure of taking a bike tour of Little Havana with Jose Fernandez, owner of El Barrio Workshop. Jose began investing in apartments on South Beach in the late 1980’s and over the last ten years or so he has invested in several properties in Little Havana. He’s extremely bullish… Read more »
One of my favorite Miami neighborhoods to bike around has to be Morningside. Located in the Upper Eastside of Miami it is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. Morningside was a planned subdivision with tree-lined boulevards that sprang up in the 1920’s with a predominantly Mediterranean Revival style of architecture. Homes built in… Read more »
For a little urbanist inspiration, check out this short video with Corinna Moebius from Little Havana Guide.