Did You Know 4.0

This is the YouTube Video of “Did You Know? 4.0″: from October 2009. This is the official annual sequel to the original “Shift Happens” video. Watch facts and trends in technology and the economy. From The Economist and Karl Fisch.

CIASF Panel on Commercial Real Estate with Miami-Dade Property Appraiser

Today was a refreshing day of government transparency and the people’s involvement with its local government. On Friday, September 11th, the CIASF (Commercial & Industrial Association of South Florida) setup a panel discussion on Miami-Dade County tax assessment values. The narrator was Tom Dixon and the panel incuded Stan Beck of Property Tax Consultants, Pedro…


Miami warehouse of 60,000 sq. ft. sold

A 60,000 sq. ft. warehouse building at 7379 NW 31st Street sold last week for $4,750,000 (or about $79 psf). The warehouse is a “Class B” property with dock height loading, heavy electric, fully sprinklered and the Miami warehouse was full air conditioned. The Property was foreclosed on by the lender, Great Florida Bank, then…


CRE Conventions & Events Slideshow

Just over a week ago I attended the Florida Association of Realtors (FAR) expo in Orlando, Florida. Check out the updated slideshow with a new photo of the CCIM commercial real estate booth that was set up at the event. The album also includes a few other photos of various CRE events that I’ve attended over…


Opa Locka Warehouse Sold!

Edward Redlich and Chris Spear of ComReal Miami, Inc. announce the sale and purchase transaction of a 24,000 sq. ft. warehouse, located at 2400 NW 150th Street in the Opa Locka-Hialeah area. The sales price was $1,100,000 paid “all cash”; no financing. The Seller was 2400 Holdings; the Buyer was Eight Investment Corp. The Buyer…


CIASF Industrial Real Estate Market

The CIASF recently hosted a luncheon with Neal Asbury. The event was sponsored by ComReal Miami and Edward Redlich. The venue was held at Flagler Station and the group toured several Medley warehouses before dicussing the industrial real estate market. Mr. Asbury then spoke about his experiences with America’s international trade industry.