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Thursday, October 01, 2015   /   by David Kurz

One River Point, Bringing LIFE and LUXURY to the Miami River

LUXURY at its highest and best! Something Brickell has not seen before. Something Miami is yearning for! Two amazing 60 Story towers connecting both on top and bottom. On the bottom, an 85ft floating podium with a waterfall flowing over into a water feature dividing the valets and front doors from the park, river walk and river. The top connection offering a private club, Sky loft and two amazing 14,000 sqft Sky Villas with 10,000 sqft of outdoor space for each villa! No unit left without a view! No matter where you live in One River Point, you will have a view that you will enjoy from your indoor/ outdoor living space.
So… Do I have your attention yet?
Once upon a time there was a planned community just on the other side of the Miami River from Brickell. Three buildings were built. The Ivy, Wind and Mint. This was back in 2008 and 2009 just as the market collapsed and Miami Real Estate prices and buyers took a dive into the abyss.
Today KAR Properties brings to life what onc ...

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015   /   by Ryan Davis

Brickell to get 43-story hotel

Brazilian developer Galwan is moving forward with plans to build a 520-room hotel on Brickell’s ‘chicken lot’.
The company clinched a deal with Dade County last week for utilities that will allow them to build a 520-room hotel at 88 S.W. 10th Street. Galwan will pay a connection charge estimated to be $346,634.
The hotel is expected to carry the Ibis flag, a budget brand of Accor Hotels of France. It will rise 43 stories, including seven levels of parking and three levels of amenity and restaurant space.
Galwan bought the 22,770-square-foot property across from Mary Brickell Village earlier this year. Soil testing is already underway, and the company recently said that they expect to complete construction by 2018.
Investment for the project comes from 64 partners in Brazil, mostly from the state of Espirito Santo. Total investment is said to be around $130 million.
Arquitectonica is the project architect.

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Monday, September 21, 2015   /   by Jennyffer Munizaga

The Roads

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Monday, December 15, 2014   /   by David Kurz

The 10 Best Restaurants in Miami's Artsy Design District

Miami’s Design District is a hot bed of art, music, culture and cuisine. Neighboring the Wynwood District and MiMo District, the Design District offers a fusion of art and retail businesses intermingled with galleries and boutique fashion stores. Whether dropping in for the annual Art Basel fair, or for a beach vacation getaway, we discover ten restaurants in the Design District that shouldn’t be missed.

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Buena Vista Deli
In Miami’s coolest, authentic and unbeknownst-to-the-press neighbourhood,BVD has been serving delí (short for the Spanish word delícioso) meals to patrons since its inception. Buena Vista Deli offers artisan crafted breads baked daily in the French style, as well as homemade paté and a variety of homemade pastries. Customers can also enjoy a sandwich or panino, handcrafted with fresh ingredients. Everything you order is amazing, especially the Rasta Garden, which consists of tomatoes, squash, Portobel ...

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Saturday, May 24, 2014   /   by David Kurz

Memorial Day

The Marine Corps taught me to be a man. Taught me to be responsible. Gave me drive. Gave me an education – University and life. The Marine Corp motivated me to progress, to want more, to live above and demand the respect I have earned. But it also gave me nightmares, lost lives, lost friends and brothers. All of this added together and divided to an average made me the man I am today.

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