What a difference a year makes. Miami’s fledgling condo comeback of early 2012 has evolved into a full-blown stampede, with developers racing to acquire developable sites and launch new projects and international buyers snapping up units ‘sight unseen.’
Flashback to 2006. Developers across South Florida were outgunning each other for the privilege of building the biggest, tallest, priciest, most luxurious condos in the land. That’s when a light bulb went off in the mind of Rilea Group CEO Alan Ojeda.
Submitted by Aaron Gordon on Wed, 08/29/2012 - 10:04am
All the talk of Miami’s rise to prominence as an international city came to a head last night as hundreds of Miami’s business and civic leaders gathered at 1450 Brickell Avenue for “Going Global,” a panel discussion exploring all that’s fueling the Magic City’s growth.
Submitted by Aaron Gordon on Wed, 05/16/2012 - 1:30pm
According to the Miami Herald, 1450 Brickell continues to dominate the Miami office market as tenants flock to the state-of-the-art office tower. "Good tenants attract good tenants," says Tere Blanca of Blanca Commercial Real Estate. "We've had a very active year and we see no sign of that slowing down. We have more activity than we have space in the building.
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 10/20/2010 - 3:08am
The Weather Channel recently ranked Miami atop a list of thecities most overdue for a major hurricane strike. Not surprisingly, news of that nature is enough to scare away potential residents and even businesses. Recognizing that luring world-class companies means offering a world-class office tower capable of withstanding the fiercest weather, Miami developer Alan Ojeda's Rilea Group set out to raise the bar in storm-proof construction. The result: 1450 Brickell office tower, fabricated with one of the nation's strongest curtain wall window systems, tested to withstand winds in excess of 325 miles per hour.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 07/27/2010 - 2:42pm