- 1.27.15 No sweat to fill 30,000 condos Build and they will come, said Leon Bell, vice president for One Sotheby’s International Realty. For years, he said, he watched new condo buildings go up and worried there wouldn’t be enough people to buy them but “was wrong every time.” [Miami Today]
- 1.21.15 Absentees own most county condos Based on county data that show the number of homestead exemptions claimed on residences, more than half of the condominium units in the county aren’t occupied by the owner. [Miami Today]
- 1.14.15 6,400 New South Florida condo units scheduled to be completed in 2015 South Florida’s preconstruction condo market is poised to transition from conceptual to reality in 2015 as more than 65 new towers with nearly 6,400 units are scheduled to be completed east of Interstate 95 in the tricounty region within the next 12 months. [Miami Herald]
- 12.17.14 Miami Condo Project Looks to Lure Chinese Buyers Miami Worldcenter Associates, a partnership led by Los Angeles-based private-equity firm CIM Group, Centurion Partners of Newport Beach, Calif., and Florida developers Falcone Group and Daniel Kodsi, recently unveiled plans for the Paramount, a 476-unit luxury condominium tower set to break ground early next year. [Wall Street Journal]
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