S&P Case-Shiller Indices Show Miami Had Highest Gains

By Sunny Isles Real Estate Expert on June 30th, 2015

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According to the S&P Case-Shiller Home Prices Indices for January 2015, Miami real estate – view website had the second highest gain year over year in the last 12 months, with an 8.3% increase in home prices. Additionally, the city tied with San Diego and Charlotte for month-over-month increases, with .7% rises.

Year over Year Increases

S&P Case-Shiller provides both 10-City and 20-City Composites for year over year prices, and both saw increases for year over year numbers over December’s totals, with the 10-City showing an increase of 4.4% compared to December’s 4.3%. The 20-City Composite shows an increase to 4.6% compared to the previous 4.4% increase.

Month over Month Indices

The month over month indices, however, showed a decline of .1% with a majority of the cities showing no change. The report explained that the noticeable decline in cities such as San Francisco, which has a .9% decrease, and Washington, D.C., which had a .5% decrease, could have been due to the weather that was unseasonably wet and cold during the period.

Overall, there continue to be price gains across the housing market. While this is a major benefit that is likely led by an increase in consumer confidence, low inflation, cheap oil, and low interest rates, there are some difficulties in the housing market, as well.

Market Difficulties

The housing market still faces difficulties for a few different reasons, which include:

• Wage Deficit – While home prices are increasing, wages are not seeing the same growth. In fact, the home prices are rising at nearly twice the rate of average wages. This means that if the home prices continue on the same pace, without the wages catching up, would-be homebuyers will not meet the median income requirements to qualify for homes that meet their needs.
• Interest Rates – While the interest rates are currently low, the differences between wage and home price increases could cause problems. If the interest rates increase the slightest bit, it could result in a major setback as homebuyers are put under even more pressure.
• Residential Construction – New residential home construction has still not made it back to the pre-crisis peak, and the current level of one million is not comforting. Historically, any time prior to 2008 when these numbers were that low, the economy was suffering from a recession. Due to this, the new home sector is still considered weak, and this can present its own problems if there are changes in the future.

Miami developers are still seeing increases, which is a major bonus for them and the South Florida economy. However, one area that has shown some decreases is the sale of condos. While these numbers are still higher than previous years, there are some that believe that this sector may be reaching its peak. Time and future indices will tell, but for many in the Miami housing market, the future is still looking bright, and the area is expected to continue growing due to interest from foreign buyers.

In France, the Response to South Florida is a Resounding “Oui!”

By Sunny Isles Real Estate Expert on June 29th, 2015

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Miami-Dade County has become a hotspot for foreign buyers from all over the world, but the France is sitting in the top spot when it comes to European countries whose citizens are taking a very close look at what South Florida real estate (see website here) has to offer.

While France has taken notice of South Florida, realtors and developers have noticed the interest as well, and they are certainly playing into it. So much so, that ONE Sotheby’s International and Century 21 both use Janet Choynowski’s website Real-Buzz.com to translate their listings into French so that potential buyers can search for homes in their native language.

French Search Patterns

Choynowski, who has researched the nationalities using her site, has also tracked their search their patterns. What she discovered about the French searchers was that they are generally males that are interested in sports. Additionally, most of them also began their searches by checking out a few properties in California. After that, the searchers ended up looking at properties in Florida. Another interesting thing about those Florida searches: there were also more page views on properties in the area, as well.

US Interest

It isn’t a secret that foreigners have an interest in the US. After all, there is plenty to offer. However, the main draw from the searches revolves around the weather and waterfront. Warm sunny climates and waterfront locations garner more interest, and of those, South Florida is the hands down winner in France and among other international potential homebuyers.

Another part of the interest is based on the types of outdoor amenities that are offered by the properties. Paramount Miami Worldcenter, which is a current project that is being brokered by OneWorld Properties, is a location that caters to those desires. This condo tower is a total of 60 stories, and it will include a number of outdoor amenities, including pools, a running area, a soccer field, and tennis courts in the ninth floor recreation deck. Additionally, the floor will also be home to 12 two-story Balinese-style villas that are situated among water features and pools. The final outdoor space attraction is the outdoor living rooms that replace the traditional balconies.

Foreign buyers have shown interest in the Worldcenter, and currently, 15% of the total reservations made since sales launched have been European natives.

Euro Value

Another major consideration for European buyers is the value of their own euro, which is decreasing. When these buyers invest in properties or second homes in areas like South Florida, they are able to preserve their fortunes, despite the lowering in value of their own currency. As the interest in South Florida continues, it is also easy to see that these investments are lucrative, as home sale prices continue to increase, as do the number of home sales that are all cash. Again, a vast majority of these are buyers that are coming from all over Europe, and this is not a trend that is showing any signs of decreasing in the coming year.

Forget the Ocean View – Miami Global Buyers Want Designer Labels

By Sunny Isles Real Estate Expert on June 15th, 2015

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There was once a time when a gorgeous view of the Atlantic was all it took to generate interest and purchases in Miami’s exclusive beachfront skyscraper condos. The stunning beauty and beachside access were hallmarks that enticed many a buyer to decide to hang their hat in a second or third home. However, for the ultra-rich international jet set, the newest selling point is all about labels.

Luxe Designer Labels Are the New Trend

It’s no secret that clothing, jewelry, handbags, and cars that carry labels such as Armani, Porsche, or Fendi are more in-demand and have higher price tags. The new trend in Miami, however, takes those labels to new heights by using them to brand luxury hotels and homes to net greater profits.

While it may seem unlikely that simply adding a designer brand could drive premiums to staggering levels, there is plenty of proof available. Wealthy home buyers from locations such as Argentina, Brazil, China, France, and Russia are snapping up these new digs, and they are spending millions to do it. While many pursue high-dollar purchases to protect their fortunes from the decreasing
values of their currency, the designer logos are also a major factor.

The Proof Is in the Purchases

Even if the idea of haute logos commanding higher prices seems questionable, there is plenty of evidence available that proves otherwise. The following luxury Miami condos feature designer labels and prices to match, but buyers are snapping them.

Porsche Design Tower

This 132-condo location developed by Gil Dezer is scheduled for construction to be completed in 2016. However, it is already almost completely sold out – despite prices ranging from $4 million to $30 billion. The luxury condos inside this glass and concrete piston-shaped marvel feature stunning panoramic views of the Atlantic, but a major draw for some buyers is the three car elevators that take homeowners and their cars directly to their own personal garages.

Juan Pablo Verdiquio, an Argentinian native that moved to Miami and started his own construction business, took “a leap of faith” with his purchase, based solely on his ownership of a Porsche 911 4S. For him, living in a condo with the same name was nothing short of a perfect fit.

Armani Casa

Another designer condo skyscraper from Dezer is the Fendi Chateau. With its location near major boutiques that include Tiffany’s, Gucci, and Chanel, these apartments are also going fast. Verdiquio, who purchased one of the staggering Porsche condos, was shown blueprints of units available at the Armani, which start at $1.5 million. After seeing them, he purchased a unit in that building as well.

Luxury and designer labels are having a major impact on Miami Beach real estate, with prices for the top homes in the area leaping 66% in the past year. At the current rate, and as more of these branded condos emerge, these prices are expected to continue rising as more international buyers flock to the area. This will continue forcing Miami locals farther in-land for more affordable housing.

Ritz-Carlton Sunny Isles 70 Percent Sold

By Sunny Isles Real Estate Expert on April 15th, 2015

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There’s no better news to a developer than to hear that the units for their new development are selling briskly. That’s just what’s happening with Ritz-Carlton Residences in Sunny Isles Beach, according to Lionheart Capital. They recently announced that the building is now 70% sold.

What Makes Ritz-Carlton Sunny Isles Special?

Located at 15701 Collins Avenue, the building will be a beautiful luxury complex that features 210 luxurious residences. The prices for the properties will vary greatly – between $2 million and $5.2 million. The building will feature a wide range of amenities that will help to make it a truly high class, luxurious place to live.

Ritz-Carlton Residences will include steam rooms, a sauna, spa, medication garden, indoor and outdoor yoga studios, and an onsite day yacht with a captain, and more. If you have your own boat, there are docks available. There will also be a state of the art fitness center that will make it easy to stay in great shape. The building will have 24-hr personalized concierge services, a pet salon suite, valet parking, a dining area, music rooms, a rooftop pool, and other amenities that make it an ideal place to call home. Keep in mind that these are just some of the upcoming features available at the Ritz-Carlton Sunny Isles Residences. They hope to ensure pure luxury for their residents.

Why Are Sales So Great?

In addition to all of the features and amenities mentioned, you will find quite a few other reasons that the sales are so brisk in the area. The demand for property in Sunny Isles Beach is at an all time high, and there seem to be buyers for just about any unit that comes available. While there are still a number of foreign buyers who have an interest in the property, many of the potential buyers in Miami are from the US. Namely, they are coming from the northeastern part of the country.

Many New Yorkers love the area, and the Ritz-Carlton Sunny Isles provides just the type of luxury they want. Buyers from NYC who have an interest in Miami Beach are finding that even the luxury properties are cheaper than options in the northeast. The cost of living is lower as well, and they can buy more for their money.

A number of people want to bring their entire families down with them. There are some great schools in the area, and Sunny Isles Beach can be a great place to raise a family. Others are retirees who are looking for a little slice of heaven. It makes a great place to have a permanent residence, or you can use the property as an investment if you choose.

If you have an interest in one of the units at the Ritz-Carlton Sunny Isles or Ritz-Carlton Miami Beach Residences, you do not want to wait to move on the property. They are very popular and going quickly, as you can see. Look at the different options and features available at the building and see if one of the units currently available will work well for you.

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Ritz-Carlton Residences Coming to Sunny Isles Beach

By Sunny Isles Real Estate Expert on February 16th, 2015

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Sunny Isles Beach is known for high quality luxury properties of all types, with some of the biggest and most impressive towers being Residences by Armani/Casa and Porsche Design Tower. Now, another luxury tower will call the area home – Ritz-Carlton Residences (Click Here to view Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles project). This is already causing some excitement among investors and homebuyers.

What Makes the Tower Special?

The project is a joint venture with Chateau Group and Fortune International Group, and the preconstruction phase is already underway. The proposed tower, which will be at 15701 Collins Avenue, will be 52 stories and right on the oceanfront. The goal is to create a beautiful condominium complex that has all of the services of a luxury hotel and resort to make the lives of the residents easier.

One of the things that help to give the tower more personality and to gain some traction in the area is the brand name that comes along with it. Ritz-Carlton is a quality brand name that provides buyers the services that they want. Most buyers want more than just a great unit. They also want excellent features and services, onsite food and beverages, a spa, and more. That’s just the sort of thing that the Ritz-Carlton Residences will be able to offer.

Those who are interested in buying a unit will follow the same type of buyer-deposit model that’s in use with so many of the other large properties in the Miami-Dade area. The buyers will need to put down a 25% deposit on the property, and then an additional 15% when the groundbreaking occurs. Several months later, they will need to add an additional 10% to the deposit. They will pay the remaining 50% at the time of closing.

The firm Arquitectonica, based out of Miami, is the designer for the property. The actual designer will be Michele Bonan from Florence, Italy. To get an idea of the style and quality, look at some of the other properties developed by Bonan – Cipriani and Casa Tua.

The tower will sit on 2.2 acres, and it will include 250 feet of beachfront property. Since so many who are buying in the Miami area will want to be right on the beach, this should be a huge selling point. Prices for the units vary considerably, with most ranging from $2 million to $5.2 million. Of course, the penthouses cost substantially more and will sell in the $25 million range.

This is the first joint project between the two developers working on the tower. However, they have worked together in other capacities in the past. They feel that by working together now, they will be able to create a truly remarkable condo tower that is able to offer something different and something more than all of the other towers in the area. They want to provide their residents with the best possible service and features, knowing that it will help to improve their overall sales. Already, many potential buyers are feeling the excitement that these new units can offer. The Ritz-Carlton Residences could become one of the hottest properties in the area.

Real Estate and Art Intertwine in Miami

By Sunny Isles Real Estate Expert on February 1st, 2015

Oceana Bal Harbour Condo

Art and artistic expression are extremely important to the people of Miami, and the scene in the city is expanding rapidly. In fact, art is such an important part of the city that it is bleeding its way into some of the real estate offerings that are available. The developers for some of the luxury buildings are actually talking with some of the best artists to provide artwork for the buildings, merging their art with the design of the building. This benefits the developers and architects as well as the artists. The developers will have a property that is entirely unique and that hits all the right spots for art lovers, no matter how casual they might be. It gives the artists more work and more exposure, which is always nice.

New Pre-Construction Condos Require Style

With all of the new towers going up in the Miami region, it becomes essential that they have a number of things to differentiate them from one another. The exterior design of the building is one way that they are doing this. Having high quality and unique art can affect the outcome of the project, as well as the way people feel about the property.

Faena House, developed by Alan Faena, will house the Faena Bazaar and an artist-in-residence center by Rem Koolhaas and OMA. Oceana Bal Harbour (see site here) will feature two larger-than-life works by Jeff Koons—Pluto and Proserpina and Ballerina, purchased in 2013 for $14 million—both of which will be shared and owned by building tenants. 250 Wynwood—an 11-unit condo developed by Fortis, will feature terrace overhangs decorated with curated graffiti. Not far away, the Filling Station Lofts in Wynwood has enlisted local artist Daniel Fila to create unique works of art for each individual floor, as well as to consult on the building’s aesthetics.

In Sunny Isles Beach, Property Markets Group’s Muse Residences, 47 stories with 68 units, will deliver a custom $200,000 piece of art by Helidon Xhixha, created after consultation with the owner, into every $4 million-and-up unit. CMC Group is developing Brickell Flatiron on a wedge-shaped site at the convergence of South Miami Avenue and Southeast First Avenue. Besides its shape, the Brickell Flatiron building’s single most distinctive feature is an extensive and very public collaboration with the artist Julian Schnabel.

Some developers even have exhibitions for the artists in the buildings as a means to get the residents and the public more involved in the art scene. The museum quality pieces really do add to the sense of style for these properties. Of course, it is important to note that they also add to the price, and the value. Some of the art installations are costly, and this cost has to transfer to the owners. However, it is important for those buyers to remember that the art on the property is also helping to increase the overall value of the property.

In most parts of the country, being an art aficionado and buying real estate have little to do with one another. However, in Miami, they go hand in hand. Those who are looking for something that’s truly unique and one of a kind will see that these buildings are able to offer that quite easily. Buyers can explore a world of art when they are looking for a new home, which can make the buying process more interesting. It is good for the city and the residents to have an influx of new and interesting art, and it helps to develop and strengthen the community.

Many Developers Buying Air Rights in Miami Area

By Sunny Isles Real Estate Expert on January 23rd, 2015

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One of the hottest types of sales to happen in the Miami real estate (view homepage website) industry over the past year have actually been for air rights, which might seem somewhat strange to some. Air rights are the rights to the air space above one and two story buildings. What does this really mean though? Often, people call air rights the “transfer of developmental rights”, as this is what it really means. A person or company that owns a short building can sell the square footage above the property to a developer who wants to create a high rise building.

While this type of sale has been growing in frequency and popularity in the past year, it’s been around for some time. One of the areas famous for this is Sunny Isles Beach (view high-rise condos for sale here), which has countless high-rise properties on Collins Avenue. They have also been popular in places with limited space, where the only way to build is up, such as NYC. The system set up in Miami works well for the buyers as well as for the sellers.

How Do Air Rights Work?

Miami 21 Zoning Code says that “qualifying sellers are those who own building in Miami designated as historic or that are within a historic district.” The revenue from the sale of the air rights then needs to go into renovating and maintaining the “historic character” of the building. This helps to ensure that some of the older buildings with a bit of history behind them will get fair treatment rather than just being bought up and demolished. It helps to preserve the history and the flavor of the area. Ultimately, it adds more character, and it still allows the developers to build the luxury high-rise properties that are so popular today.

Developers in the area know that the total square footage and not merely the base square footage is the important number to consider. They can buy up the air rights and then build upward, just as they might do on a piece of land that did not already have a building on it. This gives them greater development potential, and a greater chance of earning more, naturally.

The price per square foot varies depending on just where in the city the developer is considering buying. Some areas with space that are more popular and in demand will have higher prices. The city sells air rights to some of their buildings, and these tend to be higher than what private sellers are offering. In order for a private seller to get developers interested, they will need to come down from the city’s asking price, which is typically around $15 to $16 per square foot.

With the amount of interest that people have in living in the Miami area, there’s still a need for more developments. This will grow even more in the coming years. Many traditional building projects are underway now, but selling air rights to developers will help them to meet the growing need of a city that’s poised to become even larger and more populous.

Brisk Sales for Turnberry Ocean Club Sunny Isles Beach

By Sunny Isles Real Estate Expert on January 7th, 2015

Turnberry Ocean Club

One of the most popular developments in the Sunny Isles Beach area is the Turnberry Ocean Club. Designed by architect Carlos Zapata, the property has a range of elements that help to make it a standout choice amongst the many options in the area. Turnberry Associates reports that they have actually been selling these properties quite briskly as well. The property has 154 units, and they have already reported sales of more than two dozen of the units. Interestingly, many of the people who bought in the building are from Europe or South America. Investors from those nations often look for high quality luxury properties in the Miami area that they can use as vacation homes, permanent residences, and investment properties.

Construction of this property will not actually begin until 2015, but that is doing nothing to slow down the presales. Daniel Reardon of Turnberry Associates actually believes that they will sell 50 to 70 of the units by the time the construction starts. The completion date for the building is 2018. The units in the building vary quite a bit in size – from 2,900 to 10,645 square feet. The prices differ as well, naturally. They range from $4 million to $35 million. These are, without a shadow of a doubt, true luxury properties that will have all of the features and amenities an owner could want.

Turnberry is a popular developer, but Riordan says that the Turnberry Ocean Club is something of a departure for them. In the past, they’ve worked with a number of traditional designs and styles, but this building has a far more modern appearance. The 54-story property will have a wide range of features and amenities that will appeal to many different types of buyers.

Why Choose Turnberry Ocean Club – (view site and brochure here)?

The property will feature a Sky Club on floors 30 through 32. The club will include amenities such as saunas, spas, an indoor and outdoor dining area, and a fitness center so residents can stay in great shape. Having this area in the middle of the building will help to set it apart from many of the other properties in the area that will typically have these features on the lower floors.

While Turnberry understands that a number of investors will be looking into the company, they are focusing on families that actually want to live in the building and make it their home. They want to have a true family building rather than having investors simply renting out all of the units to vacationers. The area really is ideal for those buyers who want to raise a family.

Although it is still quite early in the development of the building, now is the best time to look and see what properties they have available for anyone with even a small interest in buying. It’s better to buy now rather than wait and regret missing what is sure to be one of the hottest properties in the Sunny Isles Beach area in the coming years.

Thinking of Building a Home in Miami Beach? Think Again

By Sunny Isles Real Estate Expert on December 29th, 2014

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Picture the city of Miami Beach and South Beach. Chances are good that condo properties loom large in that mental image. There’s a good reason for that. They’re immensely popular throughout Miami-Dade County. However, that doesn’t mean that single-family homes have fallen out of favor or aren’t in demand. Many would-be homeowners would prefer to have their own home designed and built on their own land, rather than buy into a condo property. The problem is that few people can actually manage that. Why is this the case?

Little Land

One of the problems here is that the Miami Beach area is highly developed. That means in order for something new to be built, something else usually has to be torn down. In the absence of empty lots and buildings that need demolishing, would-be homeowners are finding it harder and harder to locate a parcel of land that suits their needs. (View All Miami Beach Homes For Sale Here)

There’s also the zoning problem – what little available land there is may not be zoned for residential use. Most of it has already been zoned for commercial use (including the building of condos). Why? There are two primary reasons. First, the demand is there. Second, the area makes more in tax revenue from land that’s been zoned commercial rather than residential.

Homebuilders

While the impact of the land conundrum has been felt by homebuyers, it’s homebuilders that have been hardest hit. The Atlantic Ocean bounds builders on the east, and the Urban Development Boundary prevents expansion to the west. Builders have nowhere to go, and that means smaller builders have actually gone out of business. Very few builders remain operating in the area that aren’t big businesses. Even large construction companies are finding the going tough, though.

Down the Road

Currently, the Miami-Dade area has a three-month supply of existing homes on the market, but the problem comes from the lack of replacement lots. Once those vacant homes are sold, there are fewer and fewer empty lots available to build on to replace them. Lot shortages have already had an impact on the industry, and that effect will only become stronger in the coming months. Experts predict that things will get worse before they get better.

One way that builders are coping with the shortages is to change their development and building habits. In the past, massive, sweeping neighborhoods were constructed. Those are largely gone now, though. Builders are instead focusing on the smaller 20-acre lots, or even 10-acre lots, and developing them as best they can.

The Condo Market

In direct contrast to the single-family home construction segment, condo construction is thriving. Sunny Isles Beach alone had 15 multimillion dollar developments (View all preconstruction projects in Sunny Isles Beach) in the last 10 years, and the greater Miami area has seen countless more. Condos are viable because they require a much smaller initial footprint, and can be home to hundreds, even thousands of families. A single 20-acre site might accommodate 900 units.

It remains to be seen just how long it will take the single-family housing industry to recover, but in the meantime, the condo industry continues to thrive.

New Signs of Life: Trump Group to Build New Acqualina in Sunny Isles

By Sunny Isles Real Estate Expert on December 24th, 2014

Estates At Acqualina Sunny Isles Beach

The real estate recovery has been a long slog for most of the nation, but South Florida’s been looking up more and more. While Miami and its surroundings are doing well, Sunny Isles is outperforming some of the traditional leaders. With 15 condo properties now under development, the city’s boom is more than just a trend. The newest project involves the Trump Group and a planned 51-story condo building to be branded Estates At Acqualina.

A Look at the Project

The Trump Group marks the third attempt in the past 10 years (under the name GSF Acquisition LLC) to build a condo on Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles. The site itself comprises 5.6 acres, and was once home to the Golden Strand Ocean Villa Resort. The new development will be called Estates At Acqualina and will comprise of two towers, 51 stories each. Each tower will feature only 90 residences. The residences will range in size from 4,465 square feet to just over 5,000 square feet. Just two lots south of its location is the site of another Trump Group project, the Mansions at Acqualina, which will eventually boast 79 units spread across 46 floors.

Villa Acqualina skating rink

The club house for Estates of Acqualina will be called Villa Acqualina and will be built by an acclaimed architect, Rafael Portuondo. The new Estates at Acqualina will offer top of the line amenities including beautifully landscaped gardens featuring multiple infinity pools, a FlowRider® for surfers, a basketball court, a romantic beachfront restaurant and bar, and 502 feet of Atlantic oceanfront on a 5.6 acre site with all the benefits of Acqualina’s five-star lifestyle. Residents can enjoy the sun’s splendor and dip into the cool ocean in an atmosphere of absolute privacy, which is unparalleled in South Florida. Villa Acqualina with more than 45,000 square feet of remarkable facilities including a spa and fitness center, one of a kind dining with a world renowned restaurant and Circus Maximus, a full floor of magical amenities such as ice skating rink, bowling lanes, a Wall Street Trader’s Club room, and a movie theater among many other attractions to delight people of every age. Villa Acqualina has something for everyone, creating a never-before-seen ocean-side lifestyle.

The existing Golden Strand Ocean Villa Resort has stood on the beach for over 32 years, and comprises a number of residential and commercial buildings. The president of that project signed termination paperwork in June 2014, which cleared the way for the property to be sold and ultimately demolished before construction of the new Acqualina tower can begin.

That move comes only months after the purchase of 134 units at the Golden Strand Ocean Villa Resort by GSF Acquisition back in January of 2014 (giving the development company a controlling interest of 80% and the ability to press for a sale).

Will the towers sell out quickly? That’s the multimillion-dollar question. The Trump Group is banking on buyers maintaining their appetite for luxury south Florida real estate in the coming years, even as other projects come to the market. As this is the 15th such project to be announced in Sunny Isles alone since the beginning of the current boom cycle back in 2011, there will be lots of competition for the Acqualina. Whether the company’s gamble pays off remains to be seen, but it’s definitely a sign of the times.

For Sunny Isles, and most other areas of SoFla, the real estate bust is long gone and business is booming. Thousands of new units are slated to come to market within the next three years, giving buyers more choices in luxury living than ever before.

Prospective buyers have an incredible array of options in Sunny Isles alone. With 15 new projects in development as well as existing properties on the market, it’s an interesting mix of both a buyer’s and seller’s market, giving benefits to both sides. Buyers get their choice of luxury living in some of the finest condo properties ever built, and sellers get to take advantage of surging demand for their offerings.

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