Boymelgreen: U.S. real estate investor Shaya Boymelgreen has been Africa Israel's partner in several U.S. projects, and has been key to their success. Cohen had several confrontations with Boymelgreen, after which the American businessman decided to compete with Africa Israel on its own turf - Israel. He bought Azorim from IDB and sent Leviev into a tizzy.
"The only thing we have to fear....is fear itself." Truer words were never spoken. Too bad the investors got scared by the herald and other media trying to kill the boom.nimbyhater said:i blame it all on the fucking herald and the rest of the media with all their apocolypse talk that scared everybody into actually creating a downturn...
Plus Carbonell, the two Axis towers, the two Avenue towers, the two BoR towers, Jade, The Club, Skyline (the lower Brickell one), Latitude, Neovertika, the Riverfront (Wind, Ivy) stuff, Epic, One Broadway...rider_of_rohan said:Dave I will go along with that, the FAA is evil.
Here are a few of the taller buildings built in the last few years, or under construction
Met 3 (we hope) 75 866
Infinity ll 65 736 (not sure if it is actually under construction)
900 Biscayne 65 712
Marquis 63 679
Infinity 52 630
Marina Blue 57 615
Icon 58 586
Ten Museum 50 585
50 Biscayne 55 554
Quantum 51 554
Opera Tower 56 543
Everglades on bay1 49 538
Everglades on bay2 49 538
Met 1 40 440
Ok that is a short list and I think I have missed a few. Just wanted to point out what we got out of this boom. This is a nice list, more than most cities. Be happy.
Perhaps it has something to do with the way they marketed their properties? They hired firms that are all style and no substance. That's no way to do business. You need style AND substance!BryanSereny said:Hatter you guessed right. The other sites by PAC are much larger. 1101 Brickell has to be the one.
These guys are soon to pull out of everything in Miami because sales have slowed due to the the press slaughtering this market. Soleil will be canceled too.