73 Palm Ave. located on Miami Beach’s prestigious Palm Island and designed by Choeff Levy Fischman, has been sold for $24.57 million. The tropical modern mansion offers 9-bedroom and 10.5-bathrooms spread over 14,200 SF with a large rooftop terrace and water views.
An iconic Miami Beach mansion on the prestigious Pine Tree Drive which is surrounded by a zoo of art has hit the market asking $9.9 million. The classic home was built in 1938 and is a Mimo architectural masterpiece given a modern twist with decorative animal sculptures matched with colorful interiors and designs by renowned architect Igor Polevitzky.
One of the largest non-waterfront properties in Miami Beach has hit the market with 4 combined lots, offering nearly 40,000 SF of space on the prestigious North Bay Road and asking $5.995 million. The home is a classic masterpiece offering 7 bedrooms and 5.5 baths
Douglas Elliman has released their Q4 Market Reports for South Florida, produced in conjunction with Miller Samuel a leading independent appraisal firm. The South Florida Market continued to show power in prices, continuing to increase in both the luxury and overall markets across nearly all markets including Miami Beach and Barrier Islands, Fort Lauderdale, etc.
Brazilian billionaire developer Jose Isaac Peres of Multiplan Real Estate Asset Management, has proposed 312 Ocean Park in South Beach’s South-Of-Fifth neighborhood. 312 Ocean Park will be a luxury, boutique condo building located at 304 and 312 Ocean Drive, the 11,500 SF lot vacant lot across from Marjory Stoneman Douglas Park.
A new architectural masterpiece on the Venetian Islands with views of Downtown Miami and stunning landscaping by L&ND Design has just hit the market $22,500,000. The home features the last and only city approved rooftop terrace with elevator access, leading to a 2,300 SF outdoor space featuring a summer kitchen, covered dining and outdoor shower.
Miami Beach commissioners have officially voted in favor of finalizing the proposed deal with Crescent Heights and its co-founder Russell Galbut to redevelop the former South Shore Hospital site on Alton Road in South Beach.
You can now become DJ Khaled’s neighbor on Pine Tree Drive for $13.75 million. The classic estate located at 4745 Pine Tree Drive in Miami Beach has not shortage of celebrity neighbors including Floyd Mayweather & DJ Khaled, who just recently purchased a house a few doors down.
Eighty Seven Park by Renzo Piano Building Workshop has revealed its penthouse in record breaking fashion. Priced at $68 million, the penthouse is unlike any other property on the market and is 2018’s most expensive home in Miami.
Miami Beach has struck a deal with Crescent Heights co-founder Russell Galbut to bring a 3 acre park to Alton Road in exchange to allow Galbut to up-zone the old South Shore hospital site in South Beach.
Miami Beach’s newest, ultra-luxurious mega-mansion has been unveiled by EWM Realty International top-producer and Senior Vice President Nelson Gonzalez. The newly-completed modern masterpiece has been designed to offer the ultimate in waterfront living and year-round entertainment.
Barry Sternlicht’s Starwood Capital Group has proposed a 6-story office building designed by Gensler on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach. The proposal calls for 136,342 SF of Class A Office Space and 8,088 SF of retail as well as 305 parking spots.
DJ Khaled spent the day in this luxurious mansion in Magic City. Khaled relaxed in a $34.5 million waterfront Miami Beach mansion on Ritzy Hibiscus Island featuring 5 bedrooms, a home theatre and dock fit for a yacht (or a fleet of jet skis).
320 S Hibiscus has sold for 11.6 million after the former owners donated the luxurious property to Mt. Sinai Medical Center. Douglas Elliman agents Eloy Carmenate and Mick Duchon agreed to a very reduced commission to represent the sale and all proceeds and most commissions earned will be donated to the hospital.
Residents of San Marco and Biscayne Islands are circulating a petition to move the islands outside of the jurisdiction of the city of Miami and into Miami Beach. The two artificial islands are located on the westernmost side along the Venetian Causeway, between South Beach and Downtown.
A new record breaking sale has just closed at 1 Hotel and Homes South Beach as PH-1609 has sold for $11,500,000, or $3,233 SF. The price reflects a new record price per square foot for 1 Hotel and Homes South Beach and is the second highest price per square foot sale in Miami Beach in nearly 3 years.
Pritzker-Prize winning architect Zaha Hadid’s personal Miami Beach condo located in the W South Beach has finally sold for $5.75 million. The oceanfront residence had originally been listed for $10 million unfurnished and was personally designed by the late Zaha Hadid herself, who is renowned for her innovative and geometrically appealing designs.
The Eurostars Vintro Hotel, located at 2216 Park Avenue in South Beach has sold in an off market deal for $20 million to Henley USA. The deal equates to roughly $400,000 per key for the 50-room hotel, which was previously owned by Encotel, LLC.
Nicky Jam, the Billboard and Latin Grammy award winning reggaetón singer, has officially purchased a home in Miami Beach’s Palm Island for $3.4 million. The sale was represented by Chad Carroll of Douglas Elliman.
Hidden in one of Miami’s most prestigious gated communities, 2345 Lake Avenue will immediately enchant you with its abundance of tropical foliage and old-school class. The 19,281-square-foot waterfront mansion is located on Sunset Island III and was once owned by former professional tennis player, Anna Kournikova.
Miami Beach is home to some of the most progressive, contemporary architecture and this masterpiece by Marcio Kogan and Studio MK-27 delivers. Developed by Barry Brodsky of Brodson Construction, the ultra-luxe mansion features raw style including concrete, stone and wood, complete with a 200'-long teak and concrete pedestrian bridge.
Skinner House, a 1934 Art Deco estate by legendary architect duo John and Coulton Skinner, is on the market for the first time since the art deco masterpiece has been masterfully restored and modernized.
The 3-year, $620 million renovation of the Miami Beach Convention Center is powering towards completion. The redesign, which features 500 aluminum fins which are influenced by ocean waves, was designed by Fentress Architects, Arquitectonica and West 8.