Here are the most popular news headlines this past week on CRE-sources. The post CRE-sources’ Top 5 Most Popular Stories This Week appeared first on CRE-sources | South Florida Commercial Real Estate News.
The law firm was previously located in Brickell. The post JLL Secures Global Law Firm To Sign For 22,500-SF At Southeast Financial Center In Downtown Miami appeared first on CRE-sources | South Florida Commercial Real Estate News.
Christian Lee, José Lobón and Marcos Minaya of CBRE Capital Markets, and Jay Adams with Newmark represented the seller, Encore Capital Management, in the transaction. The post CBRE Arranges $57.5 Million Sale Of Broward County Class A Office Building appeared first on CRE-sources | South Florida Commercial Real Estate News.
Now under construction, “The Julia” (formerly No. 16 Residences) is a $100 million, 14-story residential tower that will deliver 323 upscale one- and two- bedroom apartments to one of the city’s most historic and vibrant neighborhoods. The post Neology Life Development Group Breaks Ground On Second Residential Tower In Miami’s Historic Allapattah Neighborhood appeared first […]
The landlord was represented by Jeff Kelly and Owen Sagar of CBRE. The post TGI Office Automation Takes 7,700 Square Feet In Boca Raton appeared first on CRE-sources | South Florida Commercial Real Estate News.
The leading Miami-based brokerage and advisory firm has closed more than 13 million square feet of deals. The post State Street Realty Celebrates Ten Years, $1 Billion In Transactions appeared first on CRE-sources | South Florida Commercial Real Estate News.
The developer completed the 485,275-square-foot rental complex in 2020, after buying the land for $8.5 million in 2014 and securing a $69 million construction loan four years later, per property records. The post Shoma Group Sells New Doral Apartments For $454,000 Per Unit appeared first on CRE-sources | South Florida Commercial Real Estate News.
C&W's Travis Herring and Katherine Ridgway of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord, IP Capital, in the lease negotiations. The post Cushman & Wakefield Arranges 30,000-SF Office Lease appeared first on CRE-sources | South Florida Commercial Real Estate News.
The deal equates to about $318 a square foot for the nearly 243,000-square-foot complex. The post Bridge Sells Boca Raton Office Campus appeared first on CRE-sources | South Florida Commercial Real Estate News.
Here are the updated statistics on COVID-19 in Florida including new cases, deaths, hospitalizations, testing positivity and vaccinations. Florida reported 2,576 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday and increased its death toll for the pandemic by one, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A report by the Washington Post says that Julie Jenkins Fancelli, daughter of the founder of Publix Super Markets, who helped finance the rally in Washington on Jan. 6 also gave $150,000 to an organization to promote the rally.
Violators of Florida's law against private vaccine mandates could face staggering fines, with many organizations liable for millions of dollars in penalties. But it's unclear what constitutes a violation.
The number of new cases in Florida dropped to 19,519, down from 25,792 the previous week, according to a report released Friday by the Florida Department of Health. Perhaps more signficant, the test positivity rate fell to 3.8%, a full percentage point lower than last week’s rate.
Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz pleaded guilty on Friday to four counts related to a jailhouse assault, and his defense team announced his intent to plead guilty to all murder and attempted murder charges in the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas mass shooting.
Gov. Ron DeSantis has delayed setting special elections to fill pending vacancies in three Democratic seats in the state Legislature — longer than any governor in decades. Now, they may sit vacant for the entire 2022 legislative session. A lawsuit is asking for a judge to order DeSantis to schedule the special elections.
President Joe Biden’s administration is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Florida pari-mutuel operators challenging a 30-year gambling agreement reached by Gov. Ron DeSantis that gives the Seminole Tribe control over sports betting throughout the state.