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Crazy pictures of micro-apartments around the world
October 1st, 2016 07:30 PM
from The Real Deal

Image credit: Tyrone Siu From the New York site: Humanity is increasingly moving into cities, but the earth isn’t getting any bigger. That means our apartments are getting smaller, and our living arrangements denser. Some people get roommates to avoid living in such small spaces. Others, due to poverty or personal obligations, have no choice but to accept their crowded circumstances. We don’t know how they do it, but somehow they make it work. Wang Cunchun, 90, lives with his 60-year-old son in a 107-square-foot apartment in Shanghai, China. Image credit: Aly Song/Reuters The Burger family from Los Angeles, California, gets ready in a converted garage in wife Elizabeth Burger’s mother’s home. The family lost their home in 2009 and was forced to sell their possessions. Image credit: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters […]

Commercial buildings near Tampa sell for $9.2M
October 1st, 2016 06:30 PM
from The Real Deal

Crescent Park commercial development near Tampa Miami-based City National Bank of Florida sold a two-building commercial development near Tampa for $9.225 million, or about $112 per square foot, with representation from brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap. City National sold the 82,330-square-foot Crescent Park development in Riverview as trustee of a land trust agreement dated March 27, 2008. The new owner, John Navrati, closed the purchase September 20. Built in 2007, Crescent Park comprises two office/flex buildings on a 9.25-acre site at the intersection of U.S. Highway 301 and Interstate 75, close to the Port of Tampa. One of the buildings measures 53,450 square feet and is fully occupied with eight tenants. The other is a single-tenant building spanning 28,880 square feet. It is occupied by Cardno Entrix, a publicly traded […]

Crews top off West Palm Beach train station
October 1st, 2016 05:10 PM
from The Real Deal

Bob Moss, chairman and CEO of Moss & Associates, signs the Brightline flag at a ceremony on Friday. Construction crews topped off the train station in downtown West Palm Beach for All Aboard Florida’s Brightline passenger rail service in South Florida, with downtown stops in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Contractors topped off the Fort Lauderdale station September 16 as All Aboard Florida prepares to launch its Brightline rail service next summer. The Coral Gables-based company plans eventually to expand the rail service from South Florida to Orlando. “We continue to progress at a rapid pace on the development of our stations and trains,” Mike Reininger, president of Brightline, said in a written statement. Reininger joined West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio, Palm Beach County Commissioner Steve Abrams and Bob Moss, […]

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