Amid rising demand, investors acquire apartment portfolio in Little Havana

A group of investors has acquired a 103-unit apartment portfolio in Miami’s Little Havana, with plans to upgrade the properties and flip them amid heightened demand in the neighborhood. The venture paid $10.45 million for the properties. Abiel Ballesteros, the owner of United Dream Real Estate, along with investment partners Rene Sanchez, Sam Jazayri, Luis…

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Clean-Up Flagler! Attend this community event to clean-up and beautify a vital Main Street of our neighborhood. Hosted by city Mayor Francis Suarez and County Commissioner Eileen Higgins.

Clean-Up Flagler! Attend this community event to clean-up and beautify a vital Main Street of our neighborhood. Hosted by city Mayor Francis Suarez and County Commissioner Eileen Higgins. Clean-Up Flagler Community EventClean-up Flagler Community Event March 23, 2019 Sign up!

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Fausto Brings bar and restaurant by James Beard Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein and Julio Cabrera to Miami’s Little Havana on Calle Ocho in December

A bar and restaurant by James Beard Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein and Julio Cabrera is set to open in Miami’s Little Havana on Calle Ocho in December. Café La Trova, a 5,000-square-foot eatery at 971 S.W. Eighth St., will offer Cuban dishes and cocktails. It will feature live music, an outdoor patio, and operate two…

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America’s Progressive Developers, Miami Edition: Carlos Fausto Miranda And Andrew Frey

[This is Part 1 in an ongoing monthly series profiling America’s Progressive Developers.]   Miami, FL — In July of 2017, I announced the beginning of a Forbes series called America’s Progressive Developers, documenting the different forward-thinking builders I met while traveling cross-country. The initial two that I’m profiling—Carlos Fausto Miranda and Andrew Frey—are fitting first choices. They are…

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