- Pair of office buildings near Dolphin Mall sell for $29M
The buyer is from New York.
- Coronavirus delays legal proceedings in Fort Myers Beach Margaritaville Resort case
The pandemic impacted the controversial development by delaying oral arguments in the appeal case against the project.
- Weston mayor tests positive for coronavirus
- As coronavirus sickens dispatchers and deputies, concerns mount about protective equipment
The deaths of two South Florida deputies in recent days from the new coronavirus are heightening calls for better protection for the front-line troops who are policing the streets and working in jails. Union leaders in Broward County say they are concerned deputies and corrections officers are…
- Paul Massey’s B6 Real Estate hit with layoffs
Paul Massey’s B6 Real Estate Advisors is the latest brokerage to suffer layoffs as New York City remains on lockdown. It wasn’t immediately clear how many employees were let go and in which departments they worked. As of last spring, the investment-sales and debt brokerage counted 55 employees, 30 of
- Second drive-thru coronavirus test site to open in Palm Beach County this week
A drive-thru test site for the new coronavirus will open Tuesday in Delray Beach, the second in the county, following mounting pressure to locate testing facilities closer to the county’s highest concentration of senior residents. Cleveland Clinic will start taking calls for appointments at 10…
- PREA Survey: 67 Percent of Respondents Lost Deals Due to Coronavirus
The Pension Real Estate Association (PREA) conducted a survey of its members last week to examine how the institutional real estate investment industry is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We ran this survey over two days because we wanted to do it as quickly as possible,” Greg MacKinnon, PREA’s director
- Tysons Restaurant to Become Emergency Center
HCA Healthcare acquired the former space of Korean restaurant Woo Lae Oak in Vienna, Va., for $8.15 million, and plans to transform the 17,728-square-foot space into an emergency center for Reston Hospital Center, the Washington Business Journal reported. The transaction, which public records reveal was completed on March 10, was
- Has the coronavirus hit your staff? Here’s what employers need to know.
Has the coronavirus hit your staff? Here’s what employers need to know.
- Omar Kelly’s 2020 NFL mock draft 2.0: Who will Dolphins select at picks 5, 18 and 26?
Take a look at the second, but certainly not the final version of Omar Kelly’s 2020 NFL mock draft, seeing how he predicts the first round will shake out with a slightly altered approach. In this mock draft, we take a look at the ripple effects created if the Dolphins
- South Florida congressman, now officially coronavirus-free, applies to donate plasma
U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, one of the first two members of Congress to test positive for the new coronavirus, said Sunday he is free of the disease though he’s not back to full strength. The South Florida Republican said on Twitter that he was “able to reunite with my family
- Coronavirus ‘spreading like wildfire’ at senior facilities
- ‘This is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment,’ surgeon general says
- Florida emergency management chief says state will have enough ICU beds and ventilators
- Hyde: We all want sports back, but now is not the time for timetables | Commentary
- Thousands of Massachusetts construction workers will strike on Monday over coronavirus safety
Around 10,000 construction workers in Massachusetts are set to strike on Monday over concerns of construction site safety related to the coronavirus pandemic. The North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters has directed its members to walk off their job sites the union says can’t be kept safe, according to
- Two sheriff’s officers, 38 and 39, die of coronavirus. They’re among the youngest to die in Florida
Two South Florida law enforcement officers have died from the new coronavirus, both men in their 30s who provided proof that the disease can claim anyone. Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Sgt. Jose Diaz Ayala, 38, had been dealing with other health issues before he was infected with the virus, according…
- Hospital worker stole personal protective equipment, cops say
A physician’s assistant at a hospital in Loxahatchee is accused of stealing numerous items that health care workers typically refer to as personal protective equipment. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Saturday said that deputies were sent to Palms West Hospital, 13001 Southern Boulevard,…
- Coronavirus brings tragic end to seniors’ new romance
Kenneth Lassiter and Meryl Salkin were in their 80s when they found each other, two seniors who rediscovered joy after losing their previous spouses. Now the coronavirus has taken it all away. Salkin, 84, died of COVID-19 on Tuesday, nine days after Lassiter could last see her. He will remember…
- Look inside: TRD‘s co-working event at SPACES’ Dumbo location
On March 5, The Real Deal headed to Dumbo for a panel on the Future of Co-working and to check out a new SPACES location at 175 Pearl Street. With hand sanitizer close by and elbow-bumps instead of handshakes, real estate players gathered to tour, network and listen in to
- March 27th, 2020 Legal Notices
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the “Fictitious Name Statute”, Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes, will register with the Division of Corporations, Department of State, State of Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice,
- CareerSource Southwest Florida assists with resetting unemployment pin numbers
CareerSource Southwest Florida has been inundated with phone calls and confusion over its role with the region’s rapidly increasing unemployed.
- Brooklyn landlord voluntarily waives April rents at all 18 properties
Mario Salerno isn’t the only good landlord in the city of New York, but he’s quickly becoming one of the most well-known. Salerno waived rents for all 80 tenants in all 18 of his apartment buildings — no questions asked — to ease the financial pressure felt by many in
- Wood’s Hole mansion breaks Cape Cod sales record
187 Penzance Road, Woods Hole (Credit: Hawk Visuals for Sotheby’s International Realty) The $20 million sale of a sprawling estate in the seaside Cape Cod enclave of Wood’s Hole has broken the previous price record for the Massachusetts peninsula. The sale edged out Bill Koch’s $19.5 million purchase of philanthropist
- Some New York renters were caught mid-move
Coronavirus catches New Yorkers in the middle of deals and moves (Credit: iStock) The coronavirus pandemic is not only throwing a wrench into the business of renting and selling apartments in New York, but moving to and from them as well. Some unfortunate New Yorkers find their closings on hold.