CLIENT NEWS: Soil Testing Underway At Downtown Miami Property Where Thousands Of Residential Units Planned

May 17, 2022

Soil testing appears to now be underway at the former Miami Arena site, according to a tweet by Kyle Merville. The biggest residential project in downtown Miami’s history is now moving through the approval process for the property. Developer Witkoff Group submitted preliminary plans to Miami-Dade in January for a development on the site with: 2,351 residential units Up to 540,000 square feet of office space 49,999 square feet of retail space 2,457 parking spaces There would be a total of[...]

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The Legal 500 2016 Recommends Firm Once Again

June 16, 2016

BERCOW RADELL & FERNANDEZ ONCE AGAIN RECOMMENDED BY THE LEGAL 500 2016 IN LAND USE/ZONING LAW  JEFFREY BERCOW NAMED ‘LEADING LAWYER’ WHILE MICHAEL LARKIN AND TOM ROBERTSON NAMED ‘RECOMMENDED ATTORNEYS’ IN LAND USE/ZONING LAW  (MIAMI) June 16, 2016 – Bercow Radell & Fernandez is pleased to announce that it has once again been named a “Leading Firm” in Real Estate & Construction — Land Use/Zoning in the 2016 Directory of The Legal 500 and that managing partner Jeffrey Bercow has been recognized as a “Leading Lawyer.” In[...]

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Firm Awarded Top Rank by Chambers USA

June 7, 2016

CHAMBERS USA AWARDS BERCOW RADELL & FERNANDEZ TOP RANKING IN ZONING/LAND USE LAW IN FLORIDA; JEFFREY BERCOW ALSO RECOGNIZED (MIAMI) June 7, 2016 – For the fourth consecutive year, Bercow Radell & Fernandez has been recognized at the pinnacle of its specialty in real estate law. Chambers USA, one of the oldest and most prestigious legal guides in the world, ranked the firm in Band 1 in the area of Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use Law – Florida, the highest recognition given by[...]

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Firm Get Rezoning; Client Sells Property

May 20, 2016

‘Unbuildable’ Lot Gets Makeover, Sells for $13 Million  A Miami developer in need of extra parking space is walking away with $13 million three years later. In 2013, Lyle Chariff owned the property that housed Cypress Room, now known as Cypress Tavern, an eatery on the edge of Miami’s Design District and across the street from a vacant lot. The president of Chariff Realty Group Inc. saw the empty slice of land as a solution for a parking crunch shared[...]

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Developer Wants Miami Beach Marina

May 20, 2016

Fort Partners offers $100M for development rights of Miami Beach Marina site The developers of the Surf Club Four Seasons have big plans for a prime slice of city-owned waterfront property in Miami Beach, but neighborhood residents and city commissioners are skeptical about the proposal to add more residential towers south of Fifth Street. To help the project to move forward, Fort Partners and the operator of the Miami Beach Marina complex are dangling a $100 million offer in exchange for the[...]

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Developer and Tow Company Spar

April 22, 2016

Beach Tow has operated illegally for decades, developer in land dispute says Negotiations deteriorated, and Beach Towing allegedly asked for millions to settle dispute After taking a mean turn, a legal battle between a developer and an infamous Miami Beach towing company is suddenly playing out like one of those nasty curbside spats from South Beach Tow. Beach Towing, the company notorious for hooking up motorists’ vehicles under dubious circumstances and then charging a steep fee to return them, may have tangled with[...]

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