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AN ODE TO A FALLEN RETAIL STRIP, WE HARDLY KNEW YE
05/05/2015
Redevelopment construction management

CURBED - BY SEAN MCCAUGHAN. The mostly-demolished single story retail strip at 723 Lincoln Lane North may not look like much, and on the face of it that's all this building really was: a row of retail tenants on an alley just off Lincoln Road. A simple structure. But, with its jaunty pink and green design, and Lincoln Road adjacency without quite the Lincoln Road rents, it was a friend to many and a silent symbol of the multiple lives of Lincoln Road's evolution.

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TRENDS - Urban Retail Report 2014-2015
05/02/2015
Market research

An unrelenting draw toward urban lifestyles characterized South Florida's major retail streets in 2014, as national and international retailers grabbed new locations in urban settings. Not only national and international, but local restaurants and cafes, fashion stores, and art galleries continue to find a thriving environment for new concepts and a fertile ground for expansion in the region's major retail streets. As a result, average asking rent climbed on all South Florida major retails streets. Vacancy increased in six of the streets, but increases were either minor, or reflective of unique circumstances on each.

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ANTHROPOLOGIE ACTIVATES NORTH LINCOLN LANE
07/29/2015
Leasing

MIAMI BEACH, FL – July 29, 2015 – Lincoln Road, Miami’s most famous landmark, an eight block expanse of shopping, dining, and entertainment is expanding due to the high demand from national retailers. Anthropologie will relocate to a new building set to break ground later this year.

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CoStar's People of Note (July 26 - Aug. 1)

It's time to update those contact managers with CoStar's People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promotions. This week's issue includes the following markets: New York City, San Diego, Phoenix / Tucson, Columbus, Atlanta, Houston, Chicago, Inland Empire, Orange County, South Florida, Dallas / Ft. Worth, Charlotte, Nashville, and Orlando. NEW YORK CITY McDevitt to Head Greystone’s New Multifamily Division By Chris Ulrich...

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In India, a GIFT Waiting to Be Opened

India’s Prime Minister Modi conceived of the Gujarat International Finance Tec-City, or GIFT, more than seven years ago. But the ambitious project has seen only halting progress.

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Kenny Nachwalter PA Relocating to Four Seasons Tower

Kenny Nachwalter PA, a business litigation firm, is relocating to Four Seasons Tower at 1441 Brickell Ave. in Miami, Florida, after 37 years in downtown Miami. It will be leasing 21,000 square feet, the majority of the 11th floor. The long-term lease begins early next year. Cushman & Wakefield director Gordon Messinger represented building owner Millennium Partners. Charlie Barton of Cresa South Florida represented Kenny Nachwalter,

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Smaller Chinese Cities Miss Housing Recovery

Housing markets in some big Chinese cities are starting to heat up, but smaller markets like Changchun in northeastern China show few signs of thawing.

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Bridge Development Acquires Land for Business Park Expansion

Chicago-based Bridge Development Partners has purchased 20 acres at NW 107th Avenue and NW 109th Avenue just north of NW 138th Street in Hialeah Gardens, FL, for expansion of the Bridge Point Crossroads industrial park. This site is part of a larger 65-acre assemblage in Hialeah Gardens which will eventually be home to BPC South. Two other campuses, to be called BPC West and BPC East, will be built on the remaining acreage immediately north of...

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Condos Left Behind in Housing Rebound

Condos accounted for just 5.5% of all construction of multifamily housing in the U.S. in the first quarter, the lowest ratio on record, as demand has been hit by post-crisis rules on condo mortgages and by some consumers’ shift in favor of renting.

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SW Miami Land Sold for $18.3M

A subsidiary of Brickway Investment Corp. purchased the vacant land located at 39 - 55 SW Miami Ave., on the Miami River, from a local owner for $18.3 million. The buyer plans to develop a 340-room hotel on the 0.3-acre site. As of now, permits are not in place and development isn’t expected for at least another year. Christina Gort of Cervera Real Estate, Inc. represented the seller. The buyer handled the sale in-house. Please see CoStar...

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When the Firm Is Wired but the Office Isn't

Tech and advertising companies love New York’s quirky old loft buildings and hip, unconventional neighborhoods. Trouble is, connectivity can be primitive.

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Broward County Goes Bananas

After 10 years of courting Chiquita Brands International, Broward County has secured the company, which will relocate its main headquarters to a 14,432-square-foot space at the Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA) building at 1855 Griffin Rd. in Dania, FL. Located in the Dania Beach Complex, the four-story, 734,225-square-foot building includes both design studio and office space. It was built in 1985 on 30.9 acres in the Fort Lauderdale submarket...

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Dagon City's Demise Casts Doubts on Myanmar

Myanmar’s decision to ax the $300-million Dagon City development and four others has left developers wondering if their investments are safe in the fast-growing real-estate market.

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Johannsen Joins NAI / Merin Hunter Codman

Christian Johannsen, CCIM is relocating from NAI Miami to NAI / Merin Hunter Codman, Inc. as a managing director. In his new role, Johannsen will focus on capital advisory services for institutional-quality assets including debt and equity placement, bridge and mezzanine financings, structured finance, and capital markets executions. Before NAI Miami, Johannsen served as managing director at Aztec Group, Inc. in Miami, where he worked for 19...

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Greek Crisis Derails Italian REIT IPOs

The turbulence in Greece has crossed the Ionian Sea, foiling plans for two Italian real-estate firms preparing to list shares on the Milan stock exchange.

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Greystar Acquires 214 Units in Lake Worth for $35M

Greystar Real Estate Partners acquired the Avana Isles apartments at 7132 Colony Club Dr. in Lake Worth, FL for $35.5 million from Advenir, Inc. Included in the sale was 10.7 acres of vacant land. Formerly known as Colony Club, the 10-building multifamily community was built in 2003 and totals 237,340 square feet on 23.8 acres in the Outer Boynton Beach submarket of Palm Beach County. Avana Isles offers 214 units and includes amenities such...

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Baha Mar Contractor Seeks Chapter 11 Dismissal

The Chinese contractor for a stalled $3.5 billion project in the Bahamas wants the developer tossed from bankruptcy in the U.S.

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BRG Pays $20.2M for Heron Bay Corp Ctr

Benedict Realty Group (BRG) acquired the two-building Heron Bay Corporate Center at 11555 - 11575 Heron Bay Blvd. in Coral Springs, FL from Ivy Realty Services LLC for $20.2 million, or about $227 per square foot. The Heron Bay Corporate Center totals 89,114 square feet of office space on six acres in the Northwest Broward / Coral Springs submarket. Both buildings were 100 percent leased at the time of sale. Scott O'Donnell, Dominic Montazemi...

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Zillow Approves Dividend, Creates C Class of Stock

Zillow Group Inc. approved a dividend that will issue nonvoting Class C capital stock to its existing shareholders.

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Stockbridge Capital Acquires El Mercado

Stockbridge Capital Group LLC acquired the El Mercado shopping center at 2400-2436 W. 60th St. in Hialeah, FL from Terranova Corporation for $23.1 million, or about $241 per square foot. The 96,041-square-foot retail center was built in 1988 on nine acres in the Medley / Hialeah submarket, west of the Palmetto Expy in a densely-populated residential community. The Publix-anchored strip center is 99 percent leased to both national and local tenants...

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Plots and Ploys: Destination Puerto Rico

Fundamental Advisors, a private-equity firm that focuses on distressed assets, led a buying group that became the latest to acquire a hotel in Puerto Rico.

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Met Square Mixed-Use Project Latest to Break Ground In Miami's Booming Downtown

MDM Group has broken ground on Met Square, a 43-story residential tower with attached movie theater, shops and restaurants that will be the fourth and last phase of MDM’s $1 billion Metropolitan Miami master development in downtown Miami. Underscoring South Florida’s heated multifamily market, the 391-unit apartment tower at 340 S.E. 3rd Street developed by Zom is the third high-rise residential project to be built in The Met alone. In related...

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Retailers Fend Off Land Rush

Macy’s and other stores are coming under renewed pressure to cash in on their real estate as property values soar.

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