Monthly Archives: February 2014

How luxury real estate sales heightened in London, New York and Miami in 2013

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As per a study by Christie’s International Real Estate, in 2013, deluxe real estate prices stayed comparatively unchanged while the demand continued to ascend in the world’s important markets. The luxury units sold in New York climbed from 709 to 4,721 units in 2013. Whereas the units sold in London climbed from 937 to 5,693.[...] Read More >>

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New Mayor plans on scrapping ongoing plans for the Convention Center


The newly elected Mayor “Philip Levine” is planning on scrapping all plans currently ongoing for the Miami Beach convention center re-development and then start off everything again from scratch. This is happening in spite of the disappointment of South Beach ACE office for metropolitan Architecture which is under the leadership of Rem Koolhaas’ who closely[...] Read More >>

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Miami Real Estate By the Numbers


The market for properties under $100,000, as shown by a recent Miami-Dade market analysis of by price range, has been under performing lately. The report was compiled from the Local Multiple Listing Service system and the Miami Association of REALTORS. However, there was only slight decline in existing inventory. Normally, significant growth in listings shows[...] Read More >>

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Doral: South Florida’s Great Urban Experiment

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Doral has seen a great deal of history in its relatively short life. In the beginning, there were the Everglades.  Next, in 1962, Doris and Alfred Kaskel (coined Doral by merging both their names) combed the swamp in order to build the Doral Hotel and Country Club (currently the Trump National Doral owned by none[...] Read More >>

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