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Why Luxury Branded Developments Work In Miami

The Related Group Exec. VP Jon Paul Perez and Dezer Development Pres. Gil Dezer recently revealed to Multi-Housing News the details about their ultra-luxury condo project, Residences by Armani/Casa, and the collaboration with iconic brands.

Inside Miami’s Newest Crop Of Condo Towers

Wth many heavyweights sitting on their hands until the next cycle, the top condo developers of 2017 are outliers daring to build amid a market facing oversupply. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Midtown Miami Is On The Cusp Of Major Growth

The addition of the condo/hotel project Hyde Suites and Residences Midtown Miami is likely the start of a downtown corridor transformation that until last year had no hotels and only a smattering of motels. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE


Related Group And Allen Morris Propose Coral Gables City Center

Replacing city-owned parking garages, the proposed $250 million Coral Gables City Center project would have two 16-story towers that could be built in phases. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE


Will Tiny Apartments Without Parking Solve Miami’s Rent Crunch?

Developer Moishe Mana is the first in Miami to formally propose putting up a building consisting entirely of what’s been dubbed “micro-units” — compact, hyper-efficient and affordable apartments meant for people who want to live in an urban area while simplifying their life. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

As Condo Market Cools, CRE Heats Up In Miami’s Urban Core: Panel

Generating $1.2 billion in retail property sales last year, Miami’s urban centers are expected to continue rapid growth in the commercial sector in 2016. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Miami Condo King Says Cuba Embargo Must Go

Jorge Perez, chairman of Related Group, says he favors a lifting of U.S. economic embargo on Cuba even after the opposition of President Barack Obama’s easing of restrictions in place for more than 50 years. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

How Art And Real Estate Are Coming Together

The art scene in Miami continues to grow at an extraordinary pace, so much so that developers are engaging major artists in large-scale collaborations at their latest projects. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE