The Golden State Warriors’ NBA superstar Kevin Durant’s one-time Miami pad where he shared neighbors such as Dwayne Wade and other NBA stars in 2015 has hit the market for $3,600,000. The penthouse is located high atop Downtown Miami’s 900 Biscayne and was sold by Durant in 2015 before renting at a record breaking $18,000 per month, the highest rental in Downtown Miami at the time.Read More
One of the most historic estates in Coconut Grove and the former winter retreat of 1920’s actor Rudolph Valentino, has sold off market for $4,500,000. The Moorish Compound, which is located on a rock bluff overlooking the prestigious South Bayshore Drive, was originally built in 1910 and is made up of a main house with three separate cottages on a 25,000 SF lot.Read More
DJ Khaled has officially listed his waterfront Miami mansion, decked out with the music producers own personal designs and a custom sneaker room, for a cool $7.99 million. Khaled spent over $2.5 million remodeling the four-story, 5 bedroom, 6 bath Mediterranean estate to include 14k gold chandeliers with Swarovski crystals,Read More
The penthouse featured in the film blockbuster film “War Dogs,” starring Jonah Hill and Miles Teller can be yours for $4.49 million. Perched atop Marina Blue, located at 888 Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami’s Park West neighborhood, the penthouse spans 4,498 SF spread over 2-stories.Read More
A waterfront mansion located a stones throw from Coconut Grove, that has been made famous as the location for music videos such as Where Da Cash At by Curren$y featuring Lil Wayne, Chevy Ridin’ High by Dr Dre, amongst others by Rick Ross, Tryna, and Fat Joe, is now listed for $12.9 million.Read More
Beverly Hills-based brokerage The Agency has picked Boca Raton as its first location in its highly anticipated expansion plan throughout South Florida.
The luxury brokerage celebrated the announcement last week at a private cocktail reception hosted in Faena’s Living Room, where they hit the ground running; contracts were signed and deals were inked on the hotel’s velvet, cheetah-print couches. The celebration followed The Real Deal’s South Florida Real Estate Showcase & Forum where Umansky revealed the finalized location.
The Agency is launching its office at 20 Southeast Third Street in mid-November, according to managing partners Chris Franciosa and Jared Ringel, who are leading the Agency’s expansion in South Florida along with Howard Elfman, the managing broker.
The brokerage was attracted to the “long-term stability” of Boca Raton and its potential for growth. The two-story, 6,700-square-foot office will house the Agency Development Group and the Agency Creates, its creative division.
The Agency plans to expand the business to Broward and Miami Dade, according to managing partners Franciosa and Ringel who joined the Agency from Douglas Elliman and have sold more than $100 million of real estate in their careers. The Agency anticipates about 20 agents joining the Boca office, but Ringel hinted at the possibility of a Miami location already in the pipeline as well.
In addition to its home base in Beverly Hills, the firm has 25 offices in Brentwood, Calabasas, Danville, Malibu, Noe Valley, Venice, Orange County, Pacific Palisades, Palm Desert, Park City, Scottsdale, Sherman Oaks, Turks and Caicos, Los Cabos, Punta de Mita and elsewhere.
It will compete with other high-end brokerages in South Florida like One Sotheby’s International Realty, the Keyes Company and Lang Realty.
Mike Pappas, CEO of the Keyes Co., stated that “Just as the L.A. market is very intense and competitive, so now is the South Florida market with all the major players, both local firms and firms outside of this market.”
Article by: Katya Demina
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).Read More
Celebrity restauranteur Myles Chefetz, who is known for turning South Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood into the luxury enclave it is known as today with his successful and celebrity famed restaurants Prime One Twelve, Prime Italian, Big Pink & Forte De Marmi, has listed his condo in Continuum South Beach for $14 million. Chafetz’s restaurants are frequented by Hollywood A-listers such as Simon Cowell, Owen Wilson, Vera Wang, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton, Tom Brady and Giselle Bundschen, Leonardo DiCaprio, Alex Rodriguez, Dwayne Wade etc., and are in walking distance of his Continuum South Beach condo.
The residence spans 3,030 SF of interior space and 1,216 SF of outdoor space spread over 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The residence was custom designed by Briggs Solomon to embody the definition of timeless and cool with no expense spared, featuring furnishings by Christian Liagre and Luminaire. The residence offers planked French roasted Oak flooring, floating baseboards, Porsche lighting, extensive custom millwork, a Boffi Kitchen with all Gaggenau appliances, Bardigilo marble slabs encompassing the master bathroom with TV’s built into the mirrors, an impressive art collection and a fully integrated state of the art savant audio visual system. 50 S Pointe Drive, 3502, Continuum South Beach, is currently listed for $14,000,000 with Eloy Carmenate & Mick Duchon of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
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Architectural firm Choeff Levy Fischman is designing its first project in Fort Lauderdale: a sprawling mid-century, modern home - with a tropical twist. The home was purchased by Giovani Bernard of the Cincinnati Bengals in April 2018, and is expected to be completed next summer.Read More
ATM clothing designer and founder, Anthony Thomas Melillo has purchased a unit at Three Hundred Collins, a project that has been attracting big names who are looking for that walkable New York City lifestyle found in the South of Fifth neighborhood.Read More