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  • Former Miami Dolphin Suh sells Fort Lauderdale home at $650,000 loss
    Former Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh, the highest-paid player on the team before his release in March, sold his Fort Lauderdale home at a $650,000 loss. Working through the TwoOneSeven Revocable Trust, Suh bought the 11,092-square-foot home at 1717 Middle River Drive for $6.5 million in 2015. He sold it in April – one month after his release by the team – for $5.85 million to Ryan Collison and Liliana Collison. The home was built on the 20,461-square-foot site along the New…
  • Exclusive: A look at Sloan's Lake townhome surge
    Apartments continue to dominate the landscape, but townhomes have provided residences to those who want to purchase closer to the city but can't afford or don't want the upkeep of a house.
  • Somerset Homes redevelopment says residents first, then retail will follow
    The building, called S-2, will total 240,000 square feet and include 197 mixed-income units and 2,500 square feet of retail space. It is the second of four buildings planned for the area.
  • South Florida home sales surge in April
    South Florida home sales surged in April, with activity especially heavy in the condo market, according to Florida Realtors. The tri-county region had 4,285 sales of existing single-family homes, up 2.3 percent from the same month a year ago. The median price increased 7.7 percent to $350,000. For the entire state, sales grew even faster with a 4.1 percent increase in single-family home sales as the median sales price increased 8.1 percent to $253,895. As for other major Florida metros, single-family…
  • Land developer to create 55 lots for homes in Prior Lake
    The developer expects to choose a homebuilder this summer, with construction starting in August at the earliest
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