Josh Levy, COO of Levy Realty Advisors, acquires warehouse for $2.65 million for Buyer

Josh Levy, Chief Operating Officer of Levy Realty Advisors, completes a 1031 tax deferred exchange for Lucky Investors, LLC with the acquisition of an approximately 15,000 square foot warehouse located at 4062-4074 NE 7th Ave, Oakland Park, FL 33334 for $2.65 million. The Seller, 4074 LLC, was represented by Randy Rauch of Rauch Heim Commercial… Continue reading Josh Levy, COO of Levy Realty Advisors, acquires warehouse for $2.65 million for Buyer

Twice as Nice – Silberling Sells, then Leases Miami Gardens Office/Warehouse

It’s always great to put a deal together, but Ken Silberling of Levy Realty Advisors doubled down by not only selling the property, but also negotiating a long-term lease. Silberling represented the buyer SPMG Holdings, LLC in the $4.08 million acquisition of the 27,000 square foot former Craig Electronics headquarters at 1160 NW 163rd Drive… Continue reading Twice as Nice – Silberling Sells, then Leases Miami Gardens Office/Warehouse

Biden’s Proposal To Cut 1031 Exchanges May Be “Tremendous Blow” To Real Estate, Say Experts

A Florida condominium’s deadly collapse could force stunned engineers and architects, homeowners associations and local officials to address questions about whether they’ve done enough to maintain other decades-old buildings — and who should foot the bill for more frequent inspections and improvements. “I don’t think anyone in the structural engineering community saw this type of… Continue reading Biden’s Proposal To Cut 1031 Exchanges May Be “Tremendous Blow” To Real Estate, Say Experts

Inflation Concerns Are Leading Investors To Commercial Real Estate

A Florida condominium’s deadly collapse could force stunned engineers and architects, homeowners associations and local officials to address questions about whether they’ve done enough to maintain other decades-old buildings — and who should foot the bill for more frequent inspections and improvements. “I don’t think anyone in the structural engineering community saw this type of… Continue reading Inflation Concerns Are Leading Investors To Commercial Real Estate

CRE Investors Hedge Bets In Suburbs Despite Hope For Urban Office Revival

A Florida condominium’s deadly collapse could force stunned engineers and architects, homeowners associations and local officials to address questions about whether they’ve done enough to maintain other decades-old buildings — and who should foot the bill for more frequent inspections and improvements. “I don’t think anyone in the structural engineering community saw this type of… Continue reading CRE Investors Hedge Bets In Suburbs Despite Hope For Urban Office Revival

Property Prices Are Now Only 1% Below Pre-Pandemic Levels

A Florida condominium’s deadly collapse could force stunned engineers and architects, homeowners associations and local officials to address questions about whether they’ve done enough to maintain other decades-old buildings — and who should foot the bill for more frequent inspections and improvements. “I don’t think anyone in the structural engineering community saw this type of… Continue reading Property Prices Are Now Only 1% Below Pre-Pandemic Levels

Warehouse Demand Grows Rapidly As Online Commerce Explodes

A Florida condominium’s deadly collapse could force stunned engineers and architects, homeowners associations and local officials to address questions about whether they’ve done enough to maintain other decades-old buildings — and who should foot the bill for more frequent inspections and improvements. “I don’t think anyone in the structural engineering community saw this type of… Continue reading Warehouse Demand Grows Rapidly As Online Commerce Explodes

Bulk Warehouse Rent Surges 13% In A Year As Industrial Boom Powers On

A Florida condominium’s deadly collapse could force stunned engineers and architects, homeowners associations and local officials to address questions about whether they’ve done enough to maintain other decades-old buildings — and who should foot the bill for more frequent inspections and improvements. “I don’t think anyone in the structural engineering community saw this type of… Continue reading Bulk Warehouse Rent Surges 13% In A Year As Industrial Boom Powers On

‘This Is A Moment Like Katrina And Like Andrew’: Condo Collapse Raises Questions Beyond South Florida

A Florida condominium’s deadly collapse could force stunned engineers and architects, homeowners associations and local officials to address questions about whether they’ve done enough to maintain other decades-old buildings — and who should foot the bill for more frequent inspections and improvements. “I don’t think anyone in the structural engineering community saw this type of… Continue reading ‘This Is A Moment Like Katrina And Like Andrew’: Condo Collapse Raises Questions Beyond South Florida