December 2016 • HawkinsCRE

The Florida Commercial Contract CC-4 ~ Commercial Property Purchase Agreement

Dec 31, 2016 - Educational - 0 Comments - Standard

NOTE: The Florida Commercial Contract CC-4 has been replaced by the Florida Contract CC-5, which may be viewed here. Below are screenshots of the 8 pages of the form from the Florida Association of Realtors®, Commercial Contract CC-4, which we and others frequently use for commercial property purchase transactions.  Click through any image to go […]

Profile: MDM Development Group

Dec 31, 2016 - Profiles - 0 Comments - Standard

With its headquarters in Miami, Florida, MDM Group USA was founded by Ricardo Glas and Luis Pulenta in 1990. Ricardo Glas obtained a degree in Law at the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina and his Masters in Comparative Law from the University of Miami School of Law here in Miami. Luis Pulenta obtained his degree in […]

Biggest Miami Office Property Sales in 2016 with Google Streetviews

Dec 29, 2016 - Observations - 0 Comments - Standard

////////////////////// All below here copied and needs to be edited!!! Whether they’re downtown skyscrapers wrapped in glass or sprawling campuses out in the ‘burbs, office properties make up a huge part of the real estate marketplace here in South Florida. And while glitzy new condo projects often steal the limelight, The Real Deal is showcasing […]

Miami Commercial Property Related News December 29, 2016: South Florida’s Biggest Hotel Trades; More…

Dec 29, 2016 - Top Stories - 0 Comments - Standard

South Florida’s biggest hotel trades of 2016 From South Beach to Fort Lauderdale, hotel properties were hot tickets in South Florida’s commercial real estate market this year, often fetching top dollar from investors looking to grow their foothold in the region. Even with news of a possible oversupply in some cities and the Zika virus hurting… […]

Innovations in commercial real estate: Preparing for the city of the future ~ Deloitte

Dec 29, 2016 - Trends - 0 Comments - Standard

A new report from Deloitte – Innovations in commercial real estate: Preparing for the city of the future – asks whether today’s commercial properties are ready for the future. It is a good question, one that considering leads to answers that that hint at a period of disruption, challenges, and opportunities. Many residents of high rise buildings […]

Miami DDA Releases Greater Downtown Demographics Report for 2016

Dec 29, 2016 - Analysis - 0 Comments - Standard

Florida is now the third most populous state in the United States of America. Miami is the largest metro area in Florida, the third most populous state in the United States of America. Greater Downtown Miami is its hub. Miami, a uniquely diverse place that  embraces new residents from around the world, continues to have more new residential developments that to […]

Miami Commercial Real Estate News December 27, 2016: Top Office Deals of 2016; More…

Dec 27, 2016 - Top Stories - 0 Comments - Standard

Buying Landmarks: South Florida’s Biggest 2016 Office Deals While glitzy new condo projects often steal the limelight, the five biggest office deals struck in South Florida during 2016 are showcased as well as the players who made them happen. Why Are The World’s Top Real Estate Investors Risking Billions On Miami’s Riverfront Renaissance? The Miami […]

Video: A New State of Mind in Downtown Miami

Dec 26, 2016 - Profiles - 0 Comments - Standard

In this video published by the Miami Downtown Development Authority (Miami DDA) and produced by Reel City Films, living and working in downtown Miami is discussed.  A number of downtown Miami advocates are featured in this video, including: Leslie Pollack, an attorney with Kluger Kaplan John Richard, President and CEO of the Adrienne Arsht Center […]

Video discusses whether commercial agents will pay referral fees to residential agents for referring business?

Dec 26, 2016 - Negotiating - 0 Comments - Standard

Commercial real estate broker Michael Bull addresses the question of whether commercial brokers will pay referral fees to residential agents for referring business (assignments) to them.  His answer is maybe, depending on the situation.  My answer is similar.  In most cases the answer is yes, but it always depends.  The best way to find out […]

Video: CohnReznick Partner Greg Remeikis Discusses Federal Historic Tax Credit for Commercial Property

Dec 23, 2016 - Taxation - 0 Comments - Standard

In this video, Greg Remeikis of CohnReznick, where he is a partner in the  accounting and tax advisory firm’s Assurance Practice and co-leads it Hospitality Industry Practice in the Mid-Atlantic region, discusses The Federal Historic Tax Credit. This credit encourages the preservation and reuse of historic structures by offering credits to owners of (historic) properties.  

For Sale or Lease: 2486 SW 27th Terrace | UNDER CONTRACT

Dec 22, 2016 - Property Profiles - 0 Comments - Standard

The Bloom & Kinnear building at 2486 SW 27th Terrace, Miami, FL 33133 (aka 2486 Secoffee Terrace, Miami, FL 33133) has been listed for sale or lease.  For more information, contact James Hawkins at (786)581-7990 or jameshawkins@keyes.com. Additional Information: Offering Memorandum Floor Plan Miami-Dade Data UPDATE: This property, just south of downtown Miami fronting US1, […]

Miami Commercial Real Estate News December 21, 2016: Apartments Planned for Little Haiti; MasTec Leases in Gables; More…

Dec 21, 2016 - Top Stories - 0 Comments - Standard

Massive 28-Story Apartment Complex Proposed in Little Haiti Land developers are all but salivating to sink their teeth into the rich, fatty, unblemished flesh that is Little Haiti real estate. The Wynwood gentrification fight is over — the only people who can afford land there now are the sort who maintain Cayman Islands bank accounts, […]