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    Default Miami Condo Report

    Quote Originally Posted by Eugenious View Post
    Lol, that's crazy...how much are 1br avg sqf going for now? Last I heard people were losing crazy money there and most of these condos are/were bought by amateur flippers.
    $275/sq ft and up to $2000/sq ft with most in the $300 to $500/ sq ft range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeW View Post
    The big question is, when is the crash going to hit bottom, and when is it going to be time to bargain hunt?
    Some think the bottom will hit in 12 to 24 months from now.

    The time to bargain hunt is just before the NY Times article titled "Miami Condo Market Hits Rock Bottom" goes to print. After that point, all the people who are waiting will rush back into the market and prices will go up.

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    This proposal is simply amazing! See the photo on the top of this page to get an idea of the scale.

    A mixed used building that will house a large expansion of Miami City College's downtown Wolfson Campus, including a bookstore, classrooms, and atheltic facility. It will feature 146,000 square feet of retail space, including a House of Blues resturaunt. The project also includes nearly 800,000 of affordable rental apartments, all of which will be studios or 1-bedrooms (total 1,142 units). There will also be a 270,000 square foot midrange hotel, 250,000 square feet of office space, and a 41,000 square foot open air plaza on the third floor. A rarity for Miami, parking will be underground. The design literally "frames" Miami's most historic skyscraper in view as people approach it from the bay or on Biscayne Boulavard. Designed by Oppenheim.


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    Koolhaas rip off, cool tho.

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    I actually like this project better than the Koolhaas one. It's got more flair. Wouldn't mind seeing this built on the Con Ed site on the East River. Suck on that "out-of-context" proposal NIMBY's!

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    No chance in hell that this will ever get built in Miami given the current oversaturation of that market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeW View Post
    The big question is, when is the crash going to hit bottom, and when is it going to be time to bargain hunt?
    Thats not a nice way of looking at it... Prices have already dropped 10% or even more of the asking price, people are suffering here.
    Last edited by Archit_K; September 24th, 2007 at 02:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanSereny View Post
    This proposal is simply amazing! See the photo on the top of this page to get an idea of the scale.

    A mixed used building that will house a large expansion of Miami City College's downtown Wolfson Campus, including a bookstore, classrooms, and atheltic facility. It will feature 146,000 square feet of retail space, including a House of Blues resturaunt. The project also includes nearly 800,000 of affordable rental apartments, all of which will be studios or 1-bedrooms (total 1,142 units). There will also be a 270,000 square foot midrange hotel, 250,000 square feet of office space, and a 41,000 square foot open air plaza on the third floor. A rarity for Miami, parking will be underground. The design literally "frames" Miami's most historic skyscraper in view as people approach it from the bay or on Biscayne Boulavard. Designed by Oppenheim.
    What is the correct name of this proposal??? I can't find anything on Oppenheim's site... It's nice to fantasizs about, but its not going to happen. Its way to advance for Miami, you don't see New York having skyscrapers like this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    No chance in hell that this will ever get built in Miami given the current oversaturation of that market.
    I'd have to agree + a few additional reasons one being this thing would be way to costly to build.

    Miami does dream big though.

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    Default Aerial Images of Miami

    Haven't been to the forum in awhile. ArchitK, don't worry, I am not peddling any goods. Just thought you all might enjoy a few of these images. Any feedback would be great. Enjoy.

    Flickr gallery here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/1446988...7602250836649/

    Main site here: www.totus360.com

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    The photos on the main site are lovely. The Flickr gallery is noted as "private."

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    As the Republican crooks evacuate Washington over the next two years, these buildings will fill up.

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    Brooklyn,

    Try the link again. All should be public now.

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    The photos on Totus are way cool! Your Flicker Account appears to be deactivated.

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    WOW that's all I can say about that proposal for Miami right outside American Airlines Arena. Will make for a hell of a gateway to the AAA if built.

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