From futuristic oceanfront condominiums to classic Art Deco and Mediterranean mansions, South Beach is a haven for incredible real estate. Find your next home or vacation pad on South Beach with the team at Worldwide Properties.
By far the fastest growing, most in-demand condo markets in South Florida right now are the Brickell financial district and Downtown Miami. Contact Worldwide Properties to access amazing deals on the hottest new buildings on the market.
The Wynwood/Edgewater corridor is experiencing a real estate renaissance, with incredible luxury living possibilities coming to market great prices. Live in the heart of art, culture, nightlife and diversity, where the best of Miami connects.
These waterfront cities consistently offer some of the finest properties in South Florida. Aventura and Sunny Isles are America’s Riviera, with a stunning selection of international luxury waterfront towers, single-family homes and more.
City of Miami officials are reviewing plans from Goldman Properties to build what they’re calling the “first true mixed-use ground-up building” in Wynwood. The project, located at 2700 NW 2nd Avenue, will feature 68 hotel units, 11,159 square feet of retail space, 47,252 square feet of office space and 72 residential units. Underneath the building,… Read more »
According to the Miami Association of Realtors and World Property Journal, Brazil leads a list of foreign countries interested in Miami real estate based on online searches in January 2015. Following Brazil are Colombia, Russia, Venezuela and Canada. Miami, which has long been a destination for international real estate consumers, is also a top choice… Read more »
Miami Beach Real Estate Market Grammy award winning rapper Lil Wayne has recently placed his La Gorce Island mansion on the Miami Beach real estate market. Lil Wayne’s mansion for sale in Miami Beach is located in the exclusive neighborhood of La Gorce Island, set in Biscayne Bay just west of Allison Island and mainland… Read more »
According to the World Property Journal, 59 percent of Miami property purchases are made in all cash deals – that’s double the national average. Miami also saw double-digit growth in single-family home sales in February, with residential prices continuing a three-year trend of positive appreciation. The market is also still selling quickly and for nearly… Read more »
According to the National Association of Realtors, existing U.S. home sales saw a 4.7 percent year-over-year increase from February 2014 to February 2015. Property prices have also been rising steadily over the past year. Here are some key takeaways from the NAR’s findings: – Nationally, the median price of existing properties in February was $202,600… Read more »