RIVA Fort Lauderdale

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 | Fort Lauderdale Development, Miami Miscellaneous, Penthouse Condos | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

RIVA 1604 Penthouse Fort Lauderdale

RIVA Construction Camera (LIVE)

RIVA Fort Lauderdale

RIVA is a stunning 15 Story 100 Residences Waterfront Luxury Living Boutique (mid-rise) in Fort Lauderdale. Completion is to be first quarter of 2017. Over 65% SOLD.

  • Best value of any new construction project in East Fort Lauderdale with floor plans hovering $500-$700 SF
  • Maintenance fees of only 51 cents PSF
  • Exclusive location on the peaceful Middle River ideal for boating, kayaking, paddle boarding and the waterfront lifestyle
  • Lavish, luxurious residences with modern, European floor plans, expansive terraces, summer kitchens and select private boat slips

RIVA Residence & Penthouse Features:

  • Riva Penthouses w/Dock Space option
  • Private elevator access personal elevator
  • 10-foot ceiling height
  • Tinted, energy-efficient, impact resistant windows and glass doors
  • Prewired for high-speed Internet, cable TV and data/voice
  • Energy-efficient HVAC cooling system
  • Exceptionally large and livable East and West outdoor terraces, deeper and wider with dimensions up to 13 feet deep and 72 feet long
  • Summer kitchen on outdoor terraces, with built-in grill and counter – storage space
  • Contemporary bathrooms with sensual ‘wet room’ design combines shower and bath in large stone and glass area
  • Lighted LED vanity mirror
  • Stone counters with undermount sinks
  • Kitchens with Italian-design cabinetry
  • Sub-Zero & Wolf premium appliance package – double oven and side by side refrigerator

Resort Focused | Luxury amenities include:

  • Lockers for wine, golf equipment, and watersports
  • Private, owners-only Borghese Spa plus 3 guest suites
  • 2-Story indoor/outdoor owner’s lounge with plunge pool- 65′ Lap pool
  • La Cucina, a stunning chef’s kitchen and dining space for up to 30 guests
  • Pet-friendly
  • Rental restriction (2 times a Year min. of 6 months)
  • A short 15 min. walk to the beach, restaurants, movie theater, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Publix, Starbucks, Nordstrom’s RACK, public Tennis Courts and the Galleria Mall across the way.
  • Fort Lauderdale International airport & Las Olas Blvd only minutes away!

RIVA Purchase Highlights:

  • The prices range from $675K for a 2 bedroom and up, and for a two-story 3 and 4 bedroom penthouse from $2.65M and up.
  • Only 35% down (15% at contract signing and 20% within 60 days after rescission period)
  • A 1.5% developer fee will be added to the purchase price of each unit to cover title work, doc stamps, recording of the Deed.

CONTACT #888.38.DREAM for more RIVA Fort Lauderdale details, images of other residence options plus floor plans!

RIVA 1604 Penthouse Fort Lauderdale

RIVA 1604 Penthouse Fort Lauderdale

RIVA 1604 Penthouse Fort Lauderdale

RIVA 1604 Penthouse Fort Lauderdale

Discover the very best properties along Miami BeachSunny Isles BeachAventuraBal HarbourSurfsideNorth Bay Village and South Beach. Additionally, explore the premier areas of Fort LauderdaleKey BiscayneCoconut GroveCoral Gables and Bay Harbour Islands.

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Filling Station Lofts Miami Goes Condo

Friday, June 17, 2016 | Miami Developments, Miami Miscellaneous | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

Filling Station Lofts

Filling Station Lofts Miami Goes Condo

I’ve been a big fan of big lofts offering the edgy, industrial, urban vibe – high ceilings, exposed ducts, and concrete! Like others, I had been an admirer of a true New York loft since I could remember and so, over time and with demand, developers began loft and loft-style construction here back in 2003. I was lucky to be a resident at Space01 lofts in North Bay Village for a few years before beginning my new family experience. The feeling of living in a large open loft space is surreal and truly inspirational.

Filling Station Lofts in Miami goes condo this month with what used to be a rental building and I’m showcasing this 2016 opportunity & loft building so you have an early ‘in’ on product release.

Contact me below and additional details to own at Filling Station Lofts will follow.

The Filling Station Miami (Wynwood)

The Filling Station Miami (Wynwood)

The Filling Station Miami (Wynwood)

Filling Station Kitchen

Filling Station Kitchen

Filling Station Living

Filling Station View

Filling Station Living

Filling Station features:

  • 81 industrial lofts with expansive balconies facing Downtown Miami, Miami Beach, and the Miami skyline
  • Bi-level floor plans with 18′ ceilings
  • New kitchens and open living + dining spaces on the entry-level and an open master bedroom on the top level kitchens featured
  • Kitchen feature premium ash wood and glass cabinets, frosted glass subway tile backsplash, slate gray Corian countertops and Whirlpool stainless steel appliances
  • Bathrooms feature large limestone tiled walk-in showers with glass doors and stackable washer and dryers
  • Amenities include state-of-the-art gym, expansive pool with sitting area, hot tub and showers
  • Storage units are also available for sale
  • Large pets are allowed and one secure and gated parking space comes with each unit

Purchase Terms:

  • 10% Deposit
  • 10% 45 days later
  • 90-Day Closings
  • Price Ranges – $447,300 to $1,150,500
  • Trophy Penthouse with extended terrace available – 1,639 SF living area

Miami Lofts for Sale | Lofts for Rent

Discover the very best properties along Miami BeachSunny Isles BeachAventuraBal HarbourSurfsideNorth Bay Village and South Beach. Additionally, explore the premier areas of Fort LauderdaleKey BiscayneCoconut GroveCoral Gables and Bay Harbour Islands.

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I’m a Southeast Florida real estate broker-associate with the leading firm – ONE Sotheby’s International Realty. Why Sotheby’s? Because of the brand heritage, global reach and their propensity for perfection. Since 2002, I’ve been active in the Southeast Florida market with experience that rarely disappoints. Whether you’re looking for the latest in waterfront estates, condo resales, land for development, corporate relocation, market trends, off-market properties, new construction, bulk sales, or just plain good deals, I’ll have it customized and ready for you.

No hassle. No pressure. Just honest advice.

Contact me at #888.38.DREAM

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Ashton Coleman Honored By ONE Sotheby’s International Realty | Inducted into Top Producer Circle 2016

Monday, April 4, 2016 | Miami Miscellaneous, Ultra-Luxury Estates | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

Top Producers 2016_plaque ONE Sothebys international Realty Ashton ColemanAshton Coleman Honored By ONE Sotheby’s International Realty | Inducted into Top Producer Circle 2016

ONE Sotheby’s International Realty announced that I have been inducted into the 2016 Top Producer Circle. My sales volume in 2015 placed me within an elite group of the top 20 associates in our leading luxury real estate firm. As an honoree, I was recognized at a private dinner where I enjoyed celebrating a year of productivity with this elite group of my fellow high-achieving colleagues as well as in an announcement in the Miami Herald.

I’m proud to be part of the global network and the Sotheby’s International Realty brand as it is displayed in the Florida market. As a top performer in this leading firm, I am drawn to a propensity for perfection both with myself and with what the Sotheby’s brand delivers. In 2015, we generated $7.6 Billion in total sales! A record-setting figure which I am proud to have contributed to with a high volume of significant transactions. I look forward to continuing my strong market presence in Southeast Florida, leveraging brand recognition and adding value to the powerful Sotheby’s International Realty network.

Work with an experienced and trusted ONE Sotheby’s International Realty producer. Call today for a consultation with Ashton Coleman at #888.383.7326. My expertise covers our local markets and all facets of residential real estate delivering you extraordinary service that has firmly established my brand as an international luxury real estate leader since 2002. Reach out to benefit from my successful track record and experience stellar service and results working with one of the very best.  I work with buyers as we explore real estate opportunities matching your wants & needs in Miami’s most sought after communities and I work with sellers as we go to work to sell your property for the highest figure in the least amount of time. Who’s on your side?

Ashton Coleman Top Producers Circle 2016

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MiamiDreamRealty.com | Often Imitated, Never Duplicated

Tuesday, March 17, 2015 | Miami Miscellaneous | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate


Miami Dream Realty.com (SM) Often Imitated, Never Duplicated

A few of my business slogans over the years include.. 

  • Since 2002, Showing You the Very Best from Sunny Isles to South Beach
  • Driven by Integrity, Powered by Service

Miami Beach is a small community and we as top producing agents, eventually work with one another. In the case of the below, I must say I am flattered and more importantly, thankful I did not follow through with lawsuits on each of these imitation companies. The question of consumer confusion arises as offices open across Miami using very similar copycat names. Was this something to be concerned over? Are consumers of Miami real estate confused? Was there a legal battle to pursue or should I leave it alone? 

There has definitely been noted confusion as I get important fax documents from time to time for one or more of these companies below. Consumers may not be any wiser to know the difference but in the end, it doesn’t even matter given my choice not to go solo as a boutique Miami brokerage office. In the end, Miami Dream Realty.com (SM) will always be the original. Here are the others NOT to be confused with Miami Dream Realty.com (SM).

  1. MiamiDreamProperties
  2. MiamiDreamsRealty – (Could they get any more creative?!)
  3. MiamiDreamRealEstate
  4. MiamiDreamHouses
  5. MiamiDreamProperty

For thirteen years now, I’ve learned “the ropes” regarding real estate intricacies. In 2002, I began as an associate Realtor® working with SBI Realty and making every rookie mistake in the book but also learning from the ground up. I then moved to Keller-Williams Miami Beach which allowed me great freedom to grow my business and really handle all aspects of the business operation while enjoying yearly caps on commission. The years brought me a fun family of agents and good Miami real estate knowledge, but I was still missing something from the total package.

In following the who’s who of top producing broker’s in Miami I noted a force growing so fast, so rapid that I had to be a part of it. In March 2014, I moved my broker’s license to ONE Sotheby’s International Realty.

What have I learned in this past year?

  • The Brokerage Office MATTERS.
  • Extraordinary Marketing MATTERS.
  • International Prestige is Everything to the UHNWI.

Besides the Miami real estate market being so desirable and a local confidence across the globe, the major marketing channels, and International advantages in promoting premier luxury real estate have spoken volumes about my business. Now, the bigger picture is something far greater than my original website Miami Dream Realty.com (SM) and any potential boutique brokerage plans. It has to do with the overall extraordinary combination of my brokerage skill set with the International exposure and global prestige of Sotheby’s International Realty.

We are not just an alliance. We ARE GLOBAL.

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Miami Luxury Condos & Waterfront Homes for Sale:

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ONE Sotheby’s International Realty & Ashton Coleman | Global Marketing. Local Prestige.

Who You Are:

You are a client – not a customer:

  • Clients are under the protection of another
  • Customers purchase a commodity or service

Knowledge is protection. As a client, you can expect fully accurate information that you will understand, implement, and use to build your net worth.

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Miami Developers, Developments and Los Jefes that Run the Show!

Thursday, September 11, 2014 | Miami Developers, Miami Miscellaneous | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

Miami Developers, Developments and Los Jefes that Run the Show!

Miami development is widespread and the skyline progress consist of these major players making their mark on Miami’s landscape. Here are the biggest Miami developers (alphabetical order) and the projects they are building.

Mansions at Acqualina

3D Developers

3D Developers was founded by the synergy of three business groups dedicated to Real Estate Development. It counts with years of experience in the industry and operates in Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia, Ecuador and United States.

  • Kai at Bay Harbour
  • The Ivory Bay Harbour

4701 North Meridian, LLC.

4701 North Meridian, LLC, a partnership comprised of Lionheart Capital, LLC and Elliott Management Corporation. Lionheart Capital, LLC is a Miami-based real estate investment firm engaged in the investment, development and repositioning of new and existing commercial, hospitality and residential assets. Elliott Management Corporation oversees two funds, Elliott Associates, L.P. and Elliott International, L.P., that have over $20 billion of assets under management. Founded in 1977, Elliott is one of the oldest private investment firms of its kind under continuous management.

  • Ritz Carlton Miami Beach

Alta Developers & Strategic Properties Group, LLC.

Strategic Properties is a recognized development firm providing complete planning, design and construction services. Specializing in urban and mix-used developments throughout South Florida. Strategic Properties is a Florida Corporation with offices in Miami.ALTA Developers is a joint-venture between Aconcagua and Archiplan USA. Aconcagua was founded in 1979 and has steadily risen to become the largest publicly traded residential development in Chile. Management and real estate development support is aptly provided through Inmobiliaria Aconcagua S.A., which has a large and respected presence throughout this country. In 2012, in association with strategic alliances, Aconcagua S.A. began development of international projects in the United States, specifically Miami, Florida.

  • Le Parc at Brickell
  • Baltaus House

Art + Tec Development

Art + Tec has been offering development and construction services in the South Florida area for the past 10 years. Art + Tec’s experience ranges from high-rise pre-development to residential, townhome and mid-rise development ventures.

  • Edgewater Bay Harbour
  • Monarch Bay Harbour
  • Loft Bay Harbour
  • Bay Breezes Bay Harbour
  • Harbour Park Bay Harbour
  • 9900 Bay Harbour Townhomes
  • Epic Residences Downtown Miami
  • Ritz Carlton Residences South Beach

Biscayne Miami Partners

Biscayne Beach is being developed by Biscayne Miami Partners, which is an entity formed by affiliates of Eastview Development and GTIS Partners. Eastview Development is a leading real estate development firm whose principals have combined over 120 years of experience in developing, financing and marketing residential and commercial real estate projects across the United States. The company, which is based in West Palm Beach, Florida, boasts a portfolio including condominium and multifamily developments in Florida, as well as office and multifamily projects in New York State.

  • Biscayne Beach Edgewater

BH3 Prive’ Developers

Since its inception in 2009, BH3 has acquired, restructured, and recapitalized or sold an impressive portfolio valued in excess of $1 Billion, comprising over 1.5 Million square feet of high-end residential condominiums in the South Florida market, more than 500 rental apartments in New York City, and dozens of mixed-use properties throughout South Florida and New York City.

Chateau Group

Château Group is a leading real estate development company with over 35 years of experience in residential, commercial and mixed-use projects in the United States and South America as part of its portfolio.

Consultatio USA

For over 30 years Consultatio Real Estate has successfully developed innovative high category real estate projects in prime locations under the direction of its founder, president and senior partner, Eduardo F. Costantini.

Dezer Development

Michael Dezer, a creative and innovative real estate visionary, founded Dezer Properties in 1970. Over the past 42 years, the company has grown to encompass unique and strategic holdings in New York, Florida & Las Vegas.

Fort Capital Management

Fort Capital Management is comprised of a diverse team of highly successful individuals. While working together, this diversity – in industry backgrounds, entrepreneurial initiatives, and across geographies, cultures and languages – provides Fort Capital Management with a unique perspective on the real estate market and individual properties. Fort Capital’s real estate funds have been formed with the primary purpose of generating capital appreciation and current income through investments in residential and commercial real estate located primarily in the South Florida and Caribbean markets.

Fortis Developments

  • 250 Wynwood

Fortune International

Fortune International Realty was founded in 1983 by the Defortuna Family. Since then, the company has expanded to include brokerage activities, property management, financing, new development sales and proprietary developments. Originally, all of the company’s offices were located in Key Biscayne. Later Fortune acquired a real estate company in Brickell and another one in Coral Gables. In 2001 a new branch was opened in Brickell in order to handle the sales of Jade Residences at Brickell Bay, the first proprietary development of its parent company, Fortune International. Other proprietary developments include Artech in Aventura, Jade Beach and Jade Ocean in Sunny Isles Beach. The developments location determined also the geographical expansion of the realty branches, such as the one in Sunny Isles Beach and Weston.

Gregg Covin & Louis Birdman

One Thousand Museum is a new condo development by Gregg Covin and Louis Birdman currently in preconstruction at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami. The development is scheduled for completion in 2017.

J. Milton & Associates

J. Milton & Associates is more than just a real estate development company, it is a family business. It has contributed to the transformation of the South Florida skyline by deploying a broad definition of high-quality residential design and construction, at many economic levels. The shared resources of its multi-disciplinary team, across various divisions, contribute significantly to the rewarding lifestyles enjoyed by residents in its communities. What began with Cuban-born architect José Milton, fifty years ago is today a fully integrated $3.5 billion organization that has enhanced Greater Miami with numerous landmark condominium towers and quality rental communities. In the short span of just 15 years, J. Milton & Associates dramatically influenced the landcape and pioneered the residential and commercial development of Sunny Isles Beach, providing a catalyst for the identity of the new city. On a single stretch along the famed A1A, also known as Collins Avenue, in the city of Sunny Isles Beach, a complete collection of six significant condominium and residential projects have been developed in the community by J. Milton & Associates.

Jorge Perez & Related Group

Jorge M. Pérez is the founder, Chairman and CEO of The Related Group, America’s leading developer of sophisticated metropolitan living and the largest multi-family real estate development firm. In August of 2005, TIME Magazine named Mr. Pérez, one of top 25 most influential Hispanics in the United States. Under his direction, The Related Group has redefined the South Florida landscape. Since its inception, more than a quarter of a century ago, the firm has built and/or managed more than 60,000 apartments and condominium residences. The Related Group is Florida’s top multi-family developer and the largest Hispanic-owned business in the United States. In 2007, the company reported sales of more than $1.5 billion; its current portfolio represents assets under development of more than $10.7 billion.

Ian Schrager Company

2005, the company he founded and created, Ian Schrager developed his namesake, Ian Schrager Company. This new company owns, develops, manages and brands hotels, residential and mixed use projects.

  • Edition Miami Beach

Key International

Key International is a real estate investment and development company headquartered out of Miami, Florida. The company focuses primarily on high end commercial and luxury residential properties including condominiums, hotels, market-rate rentals, office, and retail. Key International is operated by the Ardid family and has been acquiring and developing properties since the 1970s in Spain and in the United States.

Lynd Development Partners

Founded in 1980, Lynd is a privately held full-service national real estate company with broad experience in all types of institutional grade properties.

Nine at Mary Brickell Village

Martin Z. Margulies

A developer responsible for South Florida’s most prestigious residences — Martin Z. Margulies is a South Florida based residential real estate developer with three decades of luxury condominium construction to his credit.

iStar Residential

iStar Residential is one of the largest investors in luxury condominium, multifamily and master-planned residential developments throughout the United States, having financed and invested in $10 billion of residential projects since 1993.  iStar Residential’s portfolio has included interests in over 18,000 condominium units in the nation’s top markets and 65,000 acres in master planned communities having the potential for an estimated 50,000 single family and multifamily units.

Mckafka Development Group

Since it’s inception in 2009 Mckafka Development Group has acquired properties and development sites close to $50 million in value and has sold more than 400 units mostly to international investors. With its 2 latest developments “The Crimson” and “Crimson Plaza” mckafka Development Group will definitely leave an imprint on Miami’s skyline.

MDR Investments w/Rilea Group

Based in Miami, Rilea Group is a full real estate development company that since 1981 has been developing real estate projects in South Florida and offers investors and land owners an opportunity to work with a successful, experienced and multifaceted real estate development and management company.

  • Bond at Brickell

Melo Group

Originally founded in 1948 by Armando Ferreira de Melo in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the Melo Group is one of the strongest family-owned, full-service real estate development firms operating in South Florida today. Since the beginning, the company has been focused on delivering a more intelligent approach to development, design, construction, and management of luxury properties. To date, this unique philosophy has been the guiding force behind more than 50 successfully completed projects which offer a combined total of more than 5,000 residential units. As well, the company remains actively involved in real estate development in Argentina as well as in Montevideo, Punta del Este, Uruguay.

Morabito Properties

The Morabito family established what is now Italy’s second largest general contractor company. With a European eye for detail, and an Italian flair for style, Valerio Morabito comes to the United States via his strong family tradition of development and construction in his native country. Beach House 8 is his first development in Florida, where he is partnering with leading local players such as real estate developer Ugo Colombo.

  • Beach House 8

Newgard Development Group

Newgard is well-versed in identifying profitable, high-opportunity areas for development and then using a responsible approach to match the project that will help a location reach its maximum potential.
Backed by decades of executive-level expertise, Newgard’s team continues to lead the way in new construction, adaptive re-use, historic restoration, residential, mixed-use, commercial, and many other areas of development.

  • Brickell House
  • Centro Lofts Miami
  • Solaris Brickell
  • Gallery Art Miami
  • Villa Calabria Coral Gables
  • Mediterranea Coral Gables
  • Gables View Coral Gables
  • Douglas Place Coral Gables

NR Investments

NR Investments is a fully integrated, privately held, real estate investment company focused on commercial and residential real estate assets and real estate financial instruments within opportunistic markets.

  • Canvas Miami

PMG Property Markets Group

Established in 1991 and headed by Kevin Maloney, Property Markets Group is a New York City-based real estate acquisition and development firm with real estate assets spread throughout the United States and abroad.

R. Donahue Peebles | The Peebles Corporation

The Peebles Corporation is a privately held national real estate investment and development company specializing in residential, hospitality, retail, and mixed-use commercial properties. Founded in 1983 by R. Donahue Peebles, the company has become an industry leader with a portfolio of completed and current developments totaling more than 6 million square feet and $5 billion in key markets including New York, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., San Francisco, Las Vegas, Miami, Miami Beach, and The Florida Keys.

Regalia Beach Developers

Louis R. Montello is the President of Regalia Beach Developers, a South Florida-based real estate development company established in 2011. Kevin S. Venger, co-owner of Ten Museum Park and Paramount on the Bay, and previously, The Angler’s Hotel & Gregg Covin Real Estate Development.

SAKOR Development

SAKOR Development, LLC is a partnership of two real estate industry veterans, Barbara Salk and Stephen Kornfeld, each with extensive South Florida experience in a diversity of large ground-up development projects. Their combined development and extensive construction experience span successful careers that bring over 75 years of expertise to their projects.

  • Ion East Edgewater

Swire Properties

The US real estate arm of a Hong-Kong listed multinational corporation, Swire Properties has been developing in South Florida for over 30 years, and enjoys an enviable record of local business, civic and environmental achievements.

Terra Group

Founded in 2001 by Pedro & David Martin, Terra Group develops projects that positively impact and improve lives. Terra Group is a leading Miami-based real estate development company which quickly cultivated a reputation as a trendsetter. Terra Group creates high-end residential, commercial, land and mixed-use projects known for originality, attention to detail, and rich quality of community life, which has yielded over 2 billion dollars in sales.

The Astor Companies

Astor is a Miami-based real estate development firm, specializing in the development, construction, and leasing of condominium and multifamily properties. The Astor Companies have created developments that have anchored future growth and generated outstanding value for its initial buyers.

  • Merrick Manor Coral Gables
  • Nordica
  • Gateway to the Grove
  • Brickell Vista

The Faena Group

Faena Group engages in developing properties. The company develops apartments, residencies, and public spaces. The company also operates a hotel, which provides arts and antiques, pool, wine cellar, theatre, library lounge, business center, polo, and spa facilities. In addition, it offers home furnishing products. Faena Group is based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Alan Faena, the developer which counts with the support of billionaire Len Blavatnik, is set to revolutionize the Miami beachfront with the Faena Saxony, featuring the work of all-star architects Norman Foster and Rem Koolhaus.

The Genting Group

Genting Berhad, its subsidiaries and affiliates operating under the “Genting” name, is recognized as one of Asia’s leading and best-managed multinationals. There are currently 5 public companies listed in 3 jurisdictions that operate under the “Genting” name with a combined market capitalization of over $37 billion.

  • Resorts World Miami

The Greenwald Group

The Trump Group

The Trump Group, headed by Eddie and Jules Trump, is the developer and owner of The Mansions at Acqualina. Over the past 25 years, The Trump Group has been responsible for several successful top-end real estate developments. This real estate firm first came to prominence in South Florida in 1985 when it developed Williams Island in the exclusive enclave of Aventura.

The Plaza Group and DevStar Group

Tibor Hollo

Tibor Hollo is highly-regarded by his peers as a pioneer and one of Miami’s true visionaries. Over 60 years ago, he forged a path for the future by constructing the very first high-rise building on Brickell Avenue.Mr. Hollo’s projects in the Miami area include a significant number of major high-rise residential and mixed-use buildings.

  • One Bayfront Plaza Miami
  • Opera Tower

Turnberry Associates

Turnberry Associates is an American real estate developer in residential, retail, hospitality and office. The company has developed more than $7 billion in commercial and residential property, including approximately 20,000,000 square feet of retail space, more than 7,000 condominium and condo-hotel residences, 1,500,000 square feet of class “A” office space and in excess of 2,000 hotel and resort rooms.

Ugo Columbo CMC Group

Ugo Colombo has played a pioneering role in the development of Miami’s bayfront skyline. He is widely regarded as one of South Florida’s most respected and successful residential and commercial developers. Mr. Colombo and his company, CMC Group, have focused on the design and construction of high-rise luxury condominium buildings on Brickell Avenue, Miami Beach and Aventura.

A tip of the hat to each person involved in making Miami the nexus, for what it is today, and for where we are going!

If you would like more information on Miami Real Estate & Pre-Construction opportunities, contact my office at #786.27.DREAM or toll free at #888.38.DREAM. I’m a Miami area real estate specialist with access to all pre-construction opportunities.  Over the past 12 years, I have marketed, sold & serviced Sunny Isles Beach to South Beach along with Aventura to Coral Gables.  If you would like to schedule a meeting with me to discuss premier Miami real estate, call today or send me a note here.


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Marina Palms Residence Penthouse Collection

Tuesday, August 5, 2014 | Miami Miscellaneous, Penthouse Condos | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

The Marina Palms Residence Penthouse Collection

Marina Palms condo residences offer open floor plans, sound insulated walls, smart technology ready, large walk-in closets, panoramic water views and luxury finishes including Grohle, Snaidero, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. Here you find a vast array of Luxuries, Services & Amenities at Marina Palms. Offering a unique new development within a luxurious lifestyle enclave and superior value not readily found in Miami.

A Boater’s Dream Come True As the Yachting Lifestyle Returns To Miami

  • 24-hour Security and Video Surveillance
  • Resort Style Pool and Hot Tub
  • Dedicated Children’s Pool & Playground
  • Billiards/Bar Room, Conference Room, Business Lounge
  • Pet Friendly Environment & Pet Spa Services
  • Lavish Spa including Sauna, Steam, & Private Treatment Rooms
  • Fitness Center
  • News Cafe’

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Marina Palms Penthouses

Starting at $570 per square foot and while the North Tower is almost sold out, there are still select Penthouse Sky Residences for sale in each Tower.

  • 14 Acre Enclave 750 linear feet of Waterfront
  • 468 Luxury Condominiums within 2 Towers
  • State of the Art Marina & Full Service Yacht Club
  • Virtual Butler Smart Application for Residences & Services

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Well Appointed Residences

  • Generous 8-foot deep Terraces
  • Luxury Finishes & Appliances
  • Sub-Zero & Wolf Appliances
  • Smart Technology Ready
  • Solid Core Doors Throughout
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If you would like more information on Miami Real Estate, Marina Palms & Pre-Construction opportunities, contact my office at 786-27-DREAM or toll free at 888-38-DREAM. I’m a Miami area real estate specialist with access to all pre-construction opportunities.  Over the past 12 years, I have sold & serviced Sunny Isles Beach to South Beach along with Aventura to Coral Gables.  If you would like to schedule a meeting with me, feel free to call me direct at (305) 978-7704 or send me a note here.


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History of Miami Beach (Then & Now)

Thursday, October 24, 2013 | Art Deco District, Miami Beach Real Estate, Miami Miscellaneous, South Beach Real Estate | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

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Miami Beach Then & Now

Thousands of years ago, the Tequesta Indians inhabited the land that is now Miami, Florida, and it was not until 1566 that the first Europeans came to the area. Pedro Menendez de Aviles claimed the land for Spain, and they quickly established a mission.

Many development sites have found the remains of these original Miami settlers. In 1821, the Spanish flag was lowered and the Stars and Stripes were raised over Florida. Enterprising ship wreckers from the Bahamas came to South Florida and the Keys in the early 19th Century, to hunt for the riches & remains of an international array of ill-fated shipwrecks that crashed onto the Great Florida reef. At about the same time, the Seminole Indians arrived along with a group of runaway slaves. The United States built Fort Dallas to use as a base while fighting the Second Seminole War from around 1835 to 1841. They fought to stay here in Florida, and the areas soon a war zone from 1836 to 1857, with most non-Indian residents being soldiers stationed on the Miami River at Fort Dallas. Some of the soldiers and a few frontier settlers gave Miami the beginning of a new foreign born population. At war’s end the majority of Indians were driven into the Everglades.

The area’s greatest changes came thanks to a visionary Cleveland, Ohio widow named Julia Tuttle who purchased 600 plus acres on the north bank of the Miami River in 1891, moving her family into the vacant and abandoned Fort Dallas buildings. Within four years, Tuttle, who was known as the “Mother of Miami” convinced the Standard Oil co-founder Henry Flagler to extend his railroad on into Miami, build a new luxury hotel and lay out a plan for this new town known as Miami. The railroad soon arrived and the City of Miami was incorporated on July 28 of 1896. At that time, it had a population of only 300 people! The city was starting to grow though, and it was growing rather quickly.  World War II brought another 100,000 residents to Miami Beach when the Army Air Corps and the navy established major military training centers. Many of these servicemen made Miami their permanent homes after the war. By the end of the 1950’s, South Florida had then doubled its population.

Greater Miami never lacked in fast forward thinkers including John Collins (from New Jersey) and Carl Fisher, who together in 1913 embarked on an agriculture venture on a small area of oceanfront beach and started a bridge across the bay. John Collins constructed a rickety wooden toll bridge known to be the longest in the world. It would be the first connection of Miami to Miami Beach. In 1925 the Biscayne Bay Improvement Company bought the bridge from Collins and replaced it with the Venetian Way, a series of arched bridges linking a chain of five islands plus the already existing Bull’s Island (renamed Belle Isle) to the Beach. And so Rivo Alto, San Marino, San Marco, DiLido, and Biscayne Island referred to as the Venetian Islands were born. Once the Venetian Causeway was complete, the isles became an even more fashionable place to spend the winter for rich northerners, exactly the people that Miami Beach co-founder Carl Fisher of Fisher Island hoped to attract. From there they could be endlessly entertained thanks to showman Fisher’s public relations stunts. He introduced manned gondolas to float around the waters, and he coaxed boating mogul & competitor Gar Wood to stage speedboat races in the bay. Part of the oldest remaining causeway in South Florida, the 85+ year old Venetian is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. These days it spans the city of Miami at 15th Street to the city of Miami Beach at Dade Boulevard.

Miami Beach Real Estate

“The Beach” was big from the turn of the century all the way through 1925 when the market started to weaken. A hurricane followed a year later, and then the Great Depression took some of the steam out of Miami during the 1930’s. After World War II, the growth of Miami started again. Miami Beach FL was then born. Nicknamed “The Magic City” and the “Gateway to Latin America”, Miami is the 44th most populous city in the U.S. Stretching ten miles distance, these connected islands, which were named the “Sun and Fun Capital of the World” by Jackie Gleason, are separated from Miami by a 3 mile expanse of the shimmering waters of the Biscayne Bay. Since the early days of the Honeymooners and “away we go,” this Atlantic coastline community has undergone a “sand lift” which restored this land of paradise to its tropical glory and caused another major development boom since the 80’s.

The famous Art Deco Historic District features streamlined modern architecture as well as Art Deco styles in the one square mile vicinity that contains these famous treasures. Miami Beach, known for its Millionaire’s Row, burst onto the International scene in the 1990’s spanning Collins Avenue from 44th to 59th Street and was known as ‘Miami’ to the world. The affluent & celebrity corridor represented the Billion dollar sandbar on postcards, magazine covers and travel posters all through the 1950’s and 60’s. Its movie set resorts played host to all the big stars of the postwar period from Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley to Lucy Ricardo. By the late 1960s, however, the bloom was off the rose. Millionaire’s Row became a symbol of over development on the Florida coast, and its retirees denizens became the butt of national jokes.

Fidel Castro took over Cuba in 1959 and no one dreamed that this revolution would change Miami as much as Cuba did. Many Cubans came to Miami to escape Castro’s regime. The Cuban exiles were now just beginning to pour into the area bringing the next Miami with them. The 1960’s to the 80’s brought mind blowing change as more than a half million Cuban exiles fled to Miami to start a new life. These innovative refugees launched this area into its future as what many call the “Capital of the Americas.” The greatest influence leading the city’s modern day personality & diversity came with the arrival of Cuban refugees that began in the late 1960’s. They settled in an area dubbed as Little Havana, where salsa music blasts, men play dominoes in the park and breezes carry robust whiffs of café con leche. Miami´s overall cuisine and arts scene swing Cuban, blended with other Caribbean influences. The city has seen its vicissitudes, from natural disasters to political strife, but things really began looking up in Miami, despite the economic debacles.

The 1980’s and early 90’s brought a multi-billion dollar cocktail of investment capital that produced a modernized transportation infrastructure, an amazing new Miami downtown skyline, a rebirth of Miami Beach and a new way of life for residents that features the culture, arts, sports and entertainment all with an international accent. Although it has changed way beyond recognition, Miami Beach has thrived among the changes and overcome many difficulties. Along the beach, the sunlight gives way to an array of neon lights with Miami Beach´s renowned nightlife. For decades South Beach has been a favorite social scene for A-list celebrities, as rooftop lounges at boutique hotels offer plush sofas and savory martinis, while nightclubs promise late nights with music from international DJs.

In the 2000’s, this City started to embrace its new identity as a cosmopolitan city full of fun & life. Luxurious high-rise buildings, aggressive new developments, Art centers and the influx of new people into the area from every walk of life have all helped to make Miami the happening place to be and an amazing place to live. Part of the appeal of Miami Beach is due to the celebrity influx into the city with actors, movies and TV shows portraying Miami as the ultimate playground. The wealthy and the famous love to party in the city which helped make it more attractive to the younger crowds in recent years. Every playground has its sandbox and Miami Beach boasts a seven mile oceanfront sand box bordered by the bright blue Atlantic Ocean waters perfect for beach volleyball, kite boarding, snorkeling, jet skiing, boating and soaking up the Florida sun.

South Beach

It will always be the first location tourists think of when considering Miami, new areas have become ever so popular such as Sunny Isles Beach incorporated in 1997 and resting on the Northern shoreline of Miami Dade County. Russia, Latin America, Canada, France, Asia along with U.S. snowbirds come to enjoy this family friendly location offering parks, great restaurants and incredible shopping destinations. To its east is the great Atlantic Ocean and to the west is the Intracoastal Waterways. The tiny enclave of Golden Beach is to the north and Haulover Park is to the south. The City is midway between Miami & Fort Lauderdale and offers easy access to Miami International, Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood International Airports.

Miami Beach 1921

The history of Miami is still being written. It’s a great time to come to the Magic City and become a part of it!

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South Pointe (SoBe) to Sunny Isles Beach

Wednesday, March 3, 2010 | 1500 Ocean, 6000 Indian Creek, Acqualina, Akoya, Apogee, Art Deco District, Bal Harbour Condos, Bal Harbour Real Estate, Bath Club, Canyon Ranch, Continuum, Il Villaggio, Jade Beach, Jade Ocean, MEi, Miami Beach Condos, Miami Beach Real Estate, Miami Miscellaneous, Murano at Portofino, Murano Grande, One Bal Harbour, South Beach Condos, South Beach Real Estate, St. Regis Resort, Sunny Isles Beach Condos, Sunny Isles Beach Real Estate, Trump Palace, Trump Royale, Turnberry Ocean Colony | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

Florida_South_VendorsIncredible Enjoyment in South Florida. Miami Beach, home to some of the world’s most amazing stretches of white sand beach, crystalline waters and incredible relaxation, has long been the ideal spot for visitors.  Of course, Miami Beach is made up of quite a wide range of neighborhoods spread out like pearls on a string.  In this case, A1A, or Collins Avenue is the string and the pearls offer visitors and residents almost any form of rest, relaxation or enjoyment they might want.  From the beauty of South Pointe to the refinement of Sunny Isles Beach, a visitor to the area will discover an immensity of dazzling enjoyment.

The tour starts at the tip of Miami Beach, in the South Beach neighborhood, 1st Street, near South Pointe Park.  South Beach was once a languishing relic of a bygone era, but renewed interest from developers, consumers, tourists and those dedicated to saving the amazing Art Deco area changed all that back in the early 1980’s.  Today, South Beach stands at the heart of Miami Beach’s famed culture and plays host to some of the most amazing nightlife, shopping, dining and relaxation in the world.  Obviously, South Beach real estate is a worthwhile investment, whether you purchase in the famed Art Deco District or venture into a luxury condo of SoFi (South of Fifth).  South Beach is much more than a hideaway for hedonists or a place where celebrities congregate. It’s a way of living not found anywhere else in the world.

Take a stroll out of South Pointe Park heading North, the cross streets run numerically and you’ll find Washington Avenue as a main street running parallel to Collins Avenue, as well as Alton Road and South Pointe Drive bisecting the area furthest South.  A short stroll up Ocean Drive will show you to Prime 112 (a local celebrity restaurant), while South Beach’s Lummus Park is only 2 blocks up the coast spanning 12 blocks along Ocean Drive.  North on Ocean Drive past Fifth Street, you will find News Café, as well as Mango’s Tropical Café and the amazing stretch of Lummus Park, where you can waste away the entire day and enjoy the tropical environment & beautiful beaches. For a day of recreation, check out the 7 mile Lummus Park bordering the pristine waters and sands of the Atlantic Ocean.  This immense park is home to an incredible diversity of oceanfront enjoyment options and connects tourists & visitors alike to the white sandy beaches at Ocean Drive from 5th to 15th Streets.  The Miami Beach Golf Club is also justly famed with those who enjoy hitting the links. South Beach condos dot the area, as it has become home to some very luxurious modern condo developments over the past decade including Il Villaggio, 1500 OceanContinuum, ApogeeMurano Grande, Portofino Tower and more.

South Beach is home to much more than beaches and South Beach condos, though.  Of course, Miami Beach is justly famed as being home to some of the area’s most historic architecture & monuments to tropical indulgence and relaxation.  It’s also home to an incredible nightlife, which regularly draws visitors from around the globe.  You can stroll the city streets beneath the fantastic Art Deco architecture, and enjoy the scents and sounds of the clubs and restaurants coming alive around you.  Twenty-Four hour entertainment is close at hand, as the streets of Ocean Drive are often dotted with musicians playing bongos, guitars and singing the night away here in the heart of a tropical paradise. Once the sun drops below the Downtown Miami skyline to the west, the area truly comes alive and explodes in entertainment as the sun dips below the western horizon.  You can wind down each day by enjoying Miami Beach’s famed nightlife, which boasts open-roof lounges, corner musicians, celebrity nightclubs, international DJs and much more provide you with any type of excursion you might want after the sun sets.

For this reason, Miami Beach has become an incredible melting pot of cultures, with several different languages floating on the air at any given point in time.  The area boasts a very strong European influence, legacy of the jetsetters visiting the area, as well as a strong European community of expatriates.  Visitors will also find a strong Cuban flavor in the area with a large population of foreign “locals”.

Miami Beach real estate offers proximity to some of the best options for enjoyment in the world, whether you love the beach, dining, shopping or just indulging in people watching.  The area is home to the Wolfsonian-FIU Museum, where visitors can get a unique glimpse of modern history.  The Jewish Museum of Florida is also located here.  Art Basel Miami Beach, however, remains one of the strongest draws to visitors and local alike, offering an art-fair atmosphere in tropical luxury along with the Miami Beach International Boat Show & Strictly Sail, Art Deco weekend and so many other great attractions. Miami Beach condos also put you in close proximity to the Art Deco Colony Theater over on Lincoln Road, as well as the Byron Carlyle for dance and theatrical performances.  Fillmore Miami Beach, the Jackie Gleason Theater, the Holocaust Memorial and the “Arts in Public Places” program are also top attractions.  Those in need of something to eat will find an immensity of options, such as Joe’s Stone Crab, China Grill, Evolution (within the Ritz-Carlton) and the area’s Wine and Food Festival held each year.

Retail therapy for the shopaholic is likewise popular with the shopping district of Collins Avenue offering shopping just off the beach, while designer names like Nicole Miller, Club Monaco, Armani Exchange, Kenneth Cole and Ralph Lauren are also found in plenty.  Those who prefer boutique shopping in an outdoor environment will not suffer for options, as Lincoln Road has become a shoppers’ playground, where almost anything with a price tag can be bought or sold.

A short jaunt north of South Beach brings us to Miami Beach or mid-beach, also known as Millionaire’s Row (Concrete Canyon) where luxury towers were built in the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s bringing the celebrity demand to Miami Beach along with new condo towers from the last 5 years including Bath Club, MEi, 6000 Indian Creek, Canyon Ranch and Akoya.  Miami Beach is one of the hottest areas abutting Miami’s mainland and occupies a relatively large footprint on this delightful barrier island.  With the Biscayne Bay Intracoastal Waterway to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Miami Beach is bounded by South Beach to the south and Bal Harbour & Sunny Isles Beach to the north encompassing Miami Dade County “beaches”.

North of Miami Beach, you’ll find the famous location of Bal Harbour (92nd-102nd Streets).  Bal Harbour real estateputs you in the immediate vicinity of the Shops at Bal Harbour.  This ultra-luxury area plays host quite regularly to some of the world’s most noted celebrity hangouts & shopping, as well as the most desirable St. Regis Resort & Spaand One Bal Harbour condos catering to the rich and famous. Dining at Carpaccio, enjoying the Bal Harbour Shops and, of course, the incredible azure waters of the Atlantic are paramount attractions near Bal Harbour condos and you will find that the area is simply stunning, whether you want to relax on the beach in seclusion, or take advantage of the area’s incredible retail options. Collins Avenue (A1A) is the area’s main thoroughfare, which connects Bal Harbour with Sunny Isles Beach to the north and Surfside & Miami Beach to the south.

North of Bal Harbour (159th-192nd Streets) lies the amazing area known as Sunny Isles Beach.  To reach Sunny Isles Beach from Bal Harbour or Miami Beach, simply follow Collins Avenue (A1A) heading north.  This will actually continue up the main barrier island on which Miami Beach is situated.  In addition, you’ll find that this is the same direction you must travel if you wish to reach the Haulover Beach Park & Marina. Within Sunny Isles Beach, you will find an incredible number of options for rest and relaxation, as well as for shopping, dining and beach combing.  Sunny Isles Beach real estate is some of the most sought after in the area and includes uber-luxury condo towers such as Turnberry Ocean Colony, Jade Beach, Jade Ocean, Acqualina, Trump Palace, Trump Royale as well as Trump International Beach Resort and many more.

For recreation, whether shopping or simply enjoying the warm sunshine, the newly christened Newport Hotel & Fishing Pier is an excellent option.  This used to be Sunny Isles Fishing Pier, and is still home to tremendous fishing options, as well as being a great place for sightseeing and R&R. One of the most beneficial aspects of purchasing Sunny Isles Beach condos is the fact that they put you in easy proximity of destinations like Downtown Miami, Miami Beach, Golden Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Bal Harbour and of course, South Beach.  A short drive will take you to each of these destinations in just minutes; thus, the city is one of the most centered locations for visitors to the area, as well as for long-term residents wanting a reserved atmosphere.

Sunny Isles Beach is justly famed for the number of luxury residential accommodations.  However, its true claim to fame is the 2 mile stretch of pristine beachfront, lapped by the pure waters of the Atlantic Ocean.  Here, you will find anything you might wish to do, whether you favor snorkeling, scuba diving, walking on the beach with that special someone, or simply lounging the day away, serenaded by the sound of the waves caressing the shoreline. Sunny Isles Beach is also home to a restored and reinvigorated park area.  With their reenergized approach to development, the area is “going back to its roots” and visitors (as well as residents) are applauding the new park projects.  Dining options also abound, both on the oceanfront condo strip and in areas along Collins Avenue on the west in many of the shopping plazas.  The Porterhouse Bar & Grill, Tony Roma’s, Jalisco’s, La Terrazza, as well as Christine Lee’s are good choices for dining, while those who prefer retail therapy will find a host of shopping options on Collins Avenue, particularly in the town center where boutique properties proliferate.

Heading North through Sunny Isles Beach..

And then back to South Beach..

From South Pointe in South Beach Miami, through the heart of Miami Beach, to Bal Harbour and Sunny Isles Beach, this incredible stretch of South Florida paradise provides residents and visitors with anything they could possibly want, from luxury real estate to delightful shopping, dining and recreation. Come and play or call for more information 1.888.383.7326!

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Welcome to the New MiamiDreamRealty.com Website & Blog

Saturday, February 20, 2010 | Miami Miscellaneous | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

Whew, six blogs and four sites and hardly enough time to do it all~! Welcome to the new & improved MiamiDreamRealty.com website & blog – I hope you find it more valuable than the older version. It’s decked out with the MLS at your fingertips and easy access to pertinent Miami Beach condo information! For the old-school fans, it’s now found at MiamiBeachCondoDeals.com where you can see the mountains of content and ‘Deals & Repos’ link updated daily with the latest deals along the beaches.

For true Sunny Isles Condos & Miami Beach real estate news, stats & trends it’s still MiamiBeachRealEstateBlog.us. Thank you for visiting and come back soon for new valuable information! 1.888.383.7326



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