CLIENT NEWS: World-renowned Colombian Restauranteurs Planning Lincoln Road Location

September 17, 2020

UPDATE: OPENING 2021 It’s a restaurant that is one of Bogotá’s most well-known attractions and now there’s a plan to bring one to Lincoln Road. The owners of Andrés Carne de Res are seeking permits to operate their unique restaurant concept – a mix of music, dancing, and tableside theater – in the space previously occupied by 5 Napkin Burger. The location at 455 Lincoln Road (above) has been vacant since a fire there in February 2015. The restaurant was[...]

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CLIENT NEWS: Jamón ibérico lovers rejoice. A Spanish marketplace is coming to Wynwood

September 16, 2020

A Spanish food marketplace is expanding into Wynwood at a time when many South Florida restaurants are struggling to survive. The global specialty food brand Enrique Tomás, known for its Jamón ibérico, has signed a 5,400-square-foot lease for 2701 NW Second Ave. The company plans to spend $2 million on renovation and open in late 2021. It will be the company’s second U.S. location. The first opened in Dallas earlier this year. Metro 1 Managing Director Andres Nava and broker Hector Antunez[...]

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CLIENT NEWS: Brew Pub with Shipping Container on Top Targets Historic Building

September 10, 2020

One of downtown’s most historic staples, the Alfred I. duPont Building, could soon be home to a microbrewery and brewpub that would boast a cantilevered shipping container. The City of Miami’s virtual Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board heard plans last week for the 11,000-square-foot brew hub that would also feature an outdoor beer garden built atop the abutting annex.  The applicant is D. Manatee Holdings LLC, registered under Tilia Companies Principal Gary Ressler. Tilia also owns and manages the duPont[...]

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CLIENT NEWS: Preservation Board Approves Planned Renovations and “Supper Club” for Historic Paris Theater

September 9, 2020

The new owner of Miami Beach’s historic Paris Theater will present his plans for a high-end supper club to the City’s Historic Preservation Board this week. Mathieu Massa is seeking the Board’s approval to build kitchen and storage additions and to make interior modifications to support the new use. Massa’s attorney, Greg Fontela with Bercow Radell Fernandez Larkin & Tapanes, wrote in the Historic Preservation Board (HPB) application, “The concept for this venue is for a restaurant and entertainment establishment, to recall[...]

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Three Firm Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers® 2021 Edition; Jeffrey Bercow Named “Lawyer of the Year” in Miami in Land Use & Zoning

August 20, 2020

Bercow Radell Fernandez Larkin & Tapanes is pleased to announce that Jeffrey Bercow, Ben Fernandez and Michael Larkin were given recognition in the The Best Lawyers in America© 2021 Edition. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. For the 17th year, co-founder and managing partner Jeffrey Bercow has been cited for his work in Environmental, Land Use and Zoning and Real Estate Law. Bercow was also named the “2021 Miami[...]

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CLIENT NEWS: Developer Rishi Kapoor lands approval for mixed-use co-living project in South Beach

August 13, 2020

Developer Rishi Kapoor is a step closer to bringing his Urbin Retreat concept to South Beach. Kapoor and his partners won the unanimous endorsement of the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board Tuesday afternoon for a mixed-use co-living and hotel development on Washington Avenue. Unless the decision is appealed, the developer can now move forward with demolishing a one-story retail building at 1260 Washington Avenue that was constructed in 1948, to replace it with a six-story building with 56 hotel rooms, 49 co-living[...]

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