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Miami Investors Buy Fort Lauderdale Office Tower for $81.5M
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Banyan Street Capital and Oaktree Capital Management LP paid $81.5 million, or $361 per square foot, for the 200 East Broward office building in Fort Lauderdale, FL from TA Realty. The Realty Associates Fund X LP acquired the asset from Invesco Advisors for $66.4 million ($294 pSF) in July 2014, according to CoStar data.See CoStar […]

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Prison Developer, Operator Leases 25,000 SF Near New HQ
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The GEO Group, a real estate investment trust specializing in prison development and operations, has signed a lease for 24,914 square feet at Tower 1 in the Boca Village Corporate Center located in Boca Raton, FL. The firm is building a new corporate headquarters on an adjacent site at 621 NW 53rd St. in Boca […]

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LA Fitness Plaza Sold for $25M
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Fondo Atlas acquired the LA Fitness Plaza at 7100 Fairway Dr. in Palm Beach Gardens, FL from Barings Real Estate Advisers for $25 million, or about $237 per square foot. The single-story, 105,453-square-foot retail building was built in 1986 and renovated in 2009. It is located in the North Palm Beach submarket. Danny Finkle, Luis […]

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Tropical Storm Philippe forms off Cuba on track towards Florida
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Blue Road Pays $17.5M for Stiles Hotel
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Blue Road LLC acquired the Stiles Hotel at 1120 Collins Ave. in Miami Beach, FL from The Carlyle Group for $17.5 million, or about $307,000 per unit. The three-story hospitality building delivered in 1960 in Miami/Dade County. It totals 30,954 square feet. Christian Charre and Paul Weimer of CBRE represented the seller. Please see CoStar […]

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Bridge Development Acquires 186-Acre Site for Business Park
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Bridge Development Partners LLC paid $28.2 million to Manheim Services Corporation for 186 acres located on NW 215th St. in Miami Gardens, FL, with plans to build an industrial business park featuring up to 2 million square feet of class A industrial space. The site fronts Florida’s Turnpike in northwestern Miami-Dade County. Bridge said it […]

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Sr. Property Manager (Steelbridge Real Estate Services) Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301
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steelbridge is a unique real estate private equity investment firm that also offers real estate services in property and asset management, tenant representation and real estate consulting. our distinctive competitive advantage is our ability to bridge our successes, insights and outlook as an inv…

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Stiles to Build Luxury Rentals in Downtown Fort Lauderdale
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Stiles Construction will build a 25-story luxury apartment tower at 790 E. Broward Blvd. in downtown Fort Lauderdale, FL for Greystar. The 329-unit proposed building will total nearly 263,200 square feet in addition to street-level retail space and a 508-stall parking garage. Ground breaking is planned within a month, with an anticipated delivery date in […]

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CoStar's People of Note (Oct. 27) – Cresa Expanding in NYC, NKF Names Market Leader…
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Bad News For Florida Mortgage Lenders: Ruling Prioritizes Retroactive Tax Liens
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A ruling from Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal could blindside real estate lenders, who might find their interests taking second place to      

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