The Emergence of the Faena District

You’re probably familiar with the highly regarded Faena Hotel, but did you know that it was also deemed a district back in 2014? The project by Argentinian developer Alan Faena is an effort being overseen by Faena and his business partner Len Blavatnik with the intention of transforming and reimagining a series of faded hotels […]

New Condo Projects at the Miami Beach Marina

A team of developers are looking to erect a pair of 410-foot condominium towers where the Miami Beach Marina is currently located. This news has gotten particular attention since the developer has also promised to contribute $100 million towards Miami Beach’s proposed light rail system intended to relieve the city’s ongoing traffic concerns. The developer’s […]

Belle Isle’s New Multifamily Building

The Venetian Islands are one step closer to seeing the development of a new building after unanimously receiving the okay from the Miami Beach Design Review Board. This new project will be a five-story multifamily building set to be built on 31 Venetian Way, which is part of Belle Isle. The project finally got the […]

Last Days of Miami Museum Month

If you’ve spent any amount of time in Miami Beach or neighboring Miami, you already know that both cities in rich and culture and are much more than just great beaches and lots of sparkling waterfront. The wealth of museums are incredibly varied, and they’re perfect for anyone seeking to enrich themselves with art and […]

Miami Makes the Top Ten

Miami’s status as one of the country’s most popular real estate hotbeds is well known to most people. From its numerous beachfront condos to its luxury communities celebrities, well-known public figures, and foreign investors continue to choose Miami and its neighbors like Miami Beach as the place to call home or a lucrative investment. A […]

Miami Beach Wants Greener Buildings

Climate change and reducing your carbon footprint are two major topics that are on more and more people’s minds these days, including the city of Miami Beach.  In fact, the city is now looking to make builders pony up some of the costs with a new ordinance.  This ordinance states that any structure larger than […]

The Former Mayflower Hotel Will Soon Make History

South Beach’s West Avenue, 17th Street and Alton Road are quickly emerging as the preferred spot for boutique hotels looking to appeal to the hundreds of thousands of people that visit Lincoln Road every day.  Just recently a Residence Inn with 116 rooms located on 17th Street opened its doors near the northern edge of […]

San Marco’s Balinese Style Rental

Today we’re spotlighting another fine rental in the Venetian Islands, on San Marco Island.  San Marco Island is next door to Biscayne Island and San Marino Island and is positioned east and west.  The properties on the northern and southern sides have entirely unobstructed views of Biscayne Bay, Hibiscus Island, Palm Island, and more. The […]

Zaha Hadid’s Work and Its Value

The death of acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid caught many people by surprise and left a big hole in the architecture industry.  Her many contributions to architectural geometry, her innovative efforts in parametricism and her iconic design of the aquatic center for the London 2102 Olympic Games are just a few of the major contributions Hadid […]

New Single Family Homes to Undergo Review

Should architects and landscapers be allowed to sit in municipal committees?  That’s one of the exemptions being considered by Miami Beach commissioners in an effort to prevent less than attractive housing from blighting neighborhoods or a proliferation of vacant lots that only end up gathering mosquitoes. Commissioners are looking to pass an ordinance that would […]