Nearly halfway through 2017 and there already have been a handful of blockbuster single-family home sales across Miami-Dade County.Topping the list is 1 Casuarina Concourse, the Alan Potamkin-owned mansion in Coral Gables.
Drone photography has taken the real estate world by storm, especially with high-end properties looking to give their projects a little extra oomph. It’s especially been apparent in coastal cities like Miami.
In the latest compilations of America’s most expensive "beach towns" a South Florida city made an appearance. Key Biscayne ranked seventh on the high-end list with an eye-opening median home price of $1.7 million.
A 8,818-square-foot estate in Key Biscayne with 327 feet of canal frontage and two docks returned to the market asking $10.75 million. Also available for rent at $30,000 a month, the 1968 residence has a fantastic kitchen.
The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami has unveiled a multi-phase renovation which includes redesigns of the lobby, all 450 guest rooms, and a new signature restaurant called Lightkeepers under Executive Chef Raul A. Del Poz.
A giant waterfront mansion in Key Biscayne that was previously asking $60,000 in rent has returned to the market for $21.5 million, making it the fourth most expensive home on the pricy island sitting east of Greater Miami.
The Miami housing market, both on the coastal mainland and on Miami Beach continues to slow, notes Miller Samuel President Jonathan Miller (@JonathanMiller) in the latest quarterly Elliman Report, but remains healthy in the middle and entry markets.
Uber continues to overhaul the transportation industry, with scheduled rides now being offered in select Miami areas, per the South Florida Business Journal, allowing users to book trips up to 30 days in advance.
Listed for as high as 19.8 million in 2013, this goliath waterfront home on Key Biscayne with 346 feet of waterfront is asking $13.9 million, $900,000 more than its last selling price in 2005. Listed for as high as 19.8 million in 2013.
A Key Biscayne home that was featured in the Miami Vice film from 2006 (featuring Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx) listed last week for $39 million. Tour the 12,000-square-foot tropical-modern mansion at 400 South Mashta Drive.
In 2006, the Miami Vice action film featured this Key Biscayne single-family home, and now it's on the market for any homebuyers wishing to feel like Jamie Foxx and Colin Farrell. The 12,000-square-foot listing is located at 400 South Mashta Drive.
Listed at $21.8 million, it features a grand foyer outfitted with skylight ceilings and a waterfall. The home faces west, optimal for views of those magical Miami sunsets behind those floor-to-ceiling glass walls draping the back of the house.
On today's weekly edition of Curbed Miami Maps, we're honing in on the ten largest homes for sale in the Miami area. It's not based off lot size but the actual size of the home itself, ranked according to Redfin data.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount across various South Florida neighborhoods. With this week's budget of $3 million, we're checking out five of Miami's hottest areas.
Architect Bernard Zyscovich initially unveiled a plan to convert the Rickenbacker Causeway into a "scenic road through a park" a couple of summers ago, but it included dropping the number of driving lanes from three to two.
They created a Miami Life Expectancy Map to "examine the connections between public health and neighborhood conditions, from job opportunities and education to affordable housing, crime and access to nutritious food."