• Ira Giller Planning Miami Beach Mixed-Use Project

    Gateway Group, the family-owned firm led by the Miami Beach architect and real estate investor, is planning a new $21.6 million mixed-use building with three floors of offices in the city’s Mid-Beach neighborhood.

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    Ira Giller Planning Miami Beach Mixed-Use Project Gateway Group, the family-owned firm led by the Miami Beach architect and real estate investor, is planning a new $21.6 million mixed-use building with three floors of offices in the city’s Mid-Beach neighborhood. #MiamiBeach #RealEstate #MidBeach #IraGiller #GatewayGroup #TheGillerBuilding #GillerAndGiller #Architects #TheRealDeal
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    Ira Giller Planning Miami Beach Mixed-Use Project
    The architect is planning the project adjacent to his firm’s headquarters at 976 Arthur Godfrey Road.
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  • Morning Meditation — Sunrise Flow - Natalia Sense

    I Love Yoga and Art. They are the Best for Mind, Body and Soul. And I Love to Be The Part of the Beautiful Miami Beach Pages Family!

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    Morning Meditation — Sunrise Flow - Natalia Sense I Love Yoga and Art. They are the Best for Mind, Body and Soul. And I Love to Be The Part of the Beautiful Miami Beach Pages Family! #Miami #MiamiBeach #yoga #meditation #NataliaSense
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  • I'm ready for peaceful weekend on the water!

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    I'm ready for peaceful weekend on the water! #Miami #MiamiBeach #friends #family
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  • The "Old Money" Family That Built Miami: The Flaglers - Old Money Luxury

    When The Flagler Family stepped foot into Miami, and the broader Florida region, this "old money" dynasty there was little but untamed wilderness.

    Yes, co-founder Henry Flagler - yes, the right hand man of none other than John D. Rockefeller himself - turned Miami and South Florida into a blueprint for what would become one of America's most dynamic and enjoyable destinations.

    TIMESTAMPS:
    0:00 Introduction
    1:14 Chapter 1: The Fine Life of Flagler
    5:48 Chapter 2: Finding The Flagler Family
    9:08 Chapter 3: Raising The “Standard”
    11:11 Chapter 4: Building Florida
    15:20 Chapter 5: The Flagler Legacy

    ---------------------------------------------

    In the early 20th century, the Flagler family amassed a fortune thanks to Henry Morrison Flagler's brilliant and occasionally ruthless business maneuvers.

    By 1913, his estate was worth $100 million, equivalent to $12.5 billion today. Flagler co-founded Standard Oil with John D. Rockefeller, and through strategic partnerships and rebates, the company became a behemoth of American oil refining.

    Flagler's legacy is etched all over Florida. Flagler County includes cities like Bunnell and Palm Coast.

    In St. Augustine, the Hotel Ponce de Leon, now Flagler College, stands as a monument to his luxurious vision. Palm Beach is home to Whitehall, Flagler’s 75-room mansion, now the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum.

    The Breakers, a legendary resort in Palm Beach, remains family-owned by the Kenan family, Flagler’s descendants.

    Miami owes much of its early growth to Flagler and his Royal Palm Hotel.

    1545 Collins Ave
    Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
    https://www.RoyalPalmSouthBeach.com

    His extension of the railroad to Miami laid the groundwork for the city’s explosive development.

    Flagler’s influence even reaches the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where the Kenan-Flagler Business School bears his name.

    His art collection boasted over 180 paintings, and he commissioned famed glassmaker Louis Comfort Tiffany to create stunning stained-glass windows for the Hotel Ponce de Leon.

    Flagler indulged in other luxuries like his private railcar, Number 91.

    The Flagler family’s journey began with Zacharra Flegler, who emigrated from Germany to America in 1710.

    The family eventually settled in Dutchess County, New York. Henry Morrison Flagler was born on January 2, 1830, in Hopewell, New York.

    His father, Isaac Flagler, was a Presbyterian minister, and his mother, Elizabeth Caldwell Harkness, brought two sons from her previous marriage.

    Henry moved to Ohio at age 14 to join his half-brother Daniel Morrison Harkness.

    He started working in his uncle's store at a modest salary and later earned a promotion.

    Despite setbacks in the salt mining industry, Henry's entrepreneurial spirit remained strong.

    In 1867, John D. Rockefeller sought capital for his burgeoning oil business, and Henry secured a $100,000 investment from his half-brother Stephen V. Harkness, leading to a partnership with Rockefeller.

    Henry Flagler co-founded Standard Oil Corporation in 1870. His strategic business moves, like negotiating rebates from railroads, gave the company a competitive edge.

    By the late 1880s, Standard Oil commanded 90% of the oil refining market in the U.S. Flagler's fortune didn’t rest solely on oil; he also invested heavily in Florida.

    His wife's illness led them to Florida for her health, and he saw the potential in the region.

    In 1885, Flagler acquired the Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Halifax River Railway and began expanding southward.

    He built lavish hotels like the Ponce de Leon Hotel in St. Augustine and the Royal Poinciana Hotel in Palm Beach.

    Flagler extended his railway to Miami, founding the city and transforming it into a vibrant metropolis.

    His most ambitious project, the Overseas Railroad to Key West, remains a symbol of his vision and determination.

    Flagler’s development of Florida was mired in controversy due to his use of convict leasing and debt peonage.

    These practices exploited laborers, often under brutal conditions.

    Public perception of Flagler was divided; some saw him as a visionary, while others criticized his ruthless business practices.

    Despite this, his influence in creating Florida and Miami cannot be denied.

    Flagler’s personal life included three marriages. His third wife, Mary Lily Kenan, inherited his wealth, which supported numerous educational and cultural institutions.

    The Kenan family used the fortune to establish endowments, leaving a lasting legacy.

    #Miami #MiamiBeach #Florida #USA #HenryFlagler #Flaglers #StandardOil #Rockefeller #OldMoneyLuxury
    The "Old Money" Family That Built Miami: The Flaglers - Old Money Luxury When The Flagler Family stepped foot into Miami, and the broader Florida region, this "old money" dynasty there was little but untamed wilderness. Yes, co-founder Henry Flagler - yes, the right hand man of none other than John D. Rockefeller himself - turned Miami and South Florida into a blueprint for what would become one of America's most dynamic and enjoyable destinations. TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Introduction 1:14 Chapter 1: The Fine Life of Flagler 5:48 Chapter 2: Finding The Flagler Family 9:08 Chapter 3: Raising The “Standard” 11:11 Chapter 4: Building Florida 15:20 Chapter 5: The Flagler Legacy --------------------------------------------- In the early 20th century, the Flagler family amassed a fortune thanks to Henry Morrison Flagler's brilliant and occasionally ruthless business maneuvers. By 1913, his estate was worth $100 million, equivalent to $12.5 billion today. Flagler co-founded Standard Oil with John D. Rockefeller, and through strategic partnerships and rebates, the company became a behemoth of American oil refining. Flagler's legacy is etched all over Florida. Flagler County includes cities like Bunnell and Palm Coast. In St. Augustine, the Hotel Ponce de Leon, now Flagler College, stands as a monument to his luxurious vision. Palm Beach is home to Whitehall, Flagler’s 75-room mansion, now the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum. The Breakers, a legendary resort in Palm Beach, remains family-owned by the Kenan family, Flagler’s descendants. Miami owes much of its early growth to Flagler and his Royal Palm Hotel. 1545 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States https://www.RoyalPalmSouthBeach.com His extension of the railroad to Miami laid the groundwork for the city’s explosive development. Flagler’s influence even reaches the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where the Kenan-Flagler Business School bears his name. His art collection boasted over 180 paintings, and he commissioned famed glassmaker Louis Comfort Tiffany to create stunning stained-glass windows for the Hotel Ponce de Leon. Flagler indulged in other luxuries like his private railcar, Number 91. The Flagler family’s journey began with Zacharra Flegler, who emigrated from Germany to America in 1710. The family eventually settled in Dutchess County, New York. Henry Morrison Flagler was born on January 2, 1830, in Hopewell, New York. His father, Isaac Flagler, was a Presbyterian minister, and his mother, Elizabeth Caldwell Harkness, brought two sons from her previous marriage. Henry moved to Ohio at age 14 to join his half-brother Daniel Morrison Harkness. He started working in his uncle's store at a modest salary and later earned a promotion. Despite setbacks in the salt mining industry, Henry's entrepreneurial spirit remained strong. In 1867, John D. Rockefeller sought capital for his burgeoning oil business, and Henry secured a $100,000 investment from his half-brother Stephen V. Harkness, leading to a partnership with Rockefeller. Henry Flagler co-founded Standard Oil Corporation in 1870. His strategic business moves, like negotiating rebates from railroads, gave the company a competitive edge. By the late 1880s, Standard Oil commanded 90% of the oil refining market in the U.S. Flagler's fortune didn’t rest solely on oil; he also invested heavily in Florida. His wife's illness led them to Florida for her health, and he saw the potential in the region. In 1885, Flagler acquired the Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Halifax River Railway and began expanding southward. He built lavish hotels like the Ponce de Leon Hotel in St. Augustine and the Royal Poinciana Hotel in Palm Beach. Flagler extended his railway to Miami, founding the city and transforming it into a vibrant metropolis. His most ambitious project, the Overseas Railroad to Key West, remains a symbol of his vision and determination. Flagler’s development of Florida was mired in controversy due to his use of convict leasing and debt peonage. These practices exploited laborers, often under brutal conditions. Public perception of Flagler was divided; some saw him as a visionary, while others criticized his ruthless business practices. Despite this, his influence in creating Florida and Miami cannot be denied. Flagler’s personal life included three marriages. His third wife, Mary Lily Kenan, inherited his wealth, which supported numerous educational and cultural institutions. The Kenan family used the fortune to establish endowments, leaving a lasting legacy. #Miami #MiamiBeach #Florida #USA #HenryFlagler #Flaglers #StandardOil #Rockefeller #OldMoneyLuxury
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  • Touring A $50,000,000 Villa At FIsher Island - Anthony Nucci

    Welcome to a breathtaking journey through the serene beauty of Fisher Island and its latest marvel: The Link Estates at Fisher. Get ready to fully Immerse yourself in a captivating tour of the island that will unveil the world's most exclusive single-family development.

    As the camera pans over the pristine shores of Fisher Island, you'll witness a paradise like no other. Crystal-clear waters, swaying palms, and luxurious architecture set the stage for an unparalleled living experience. The video seamlessly transitions to the unveiling of The Link Estates – a testament to opulence and exclusivity. Showcasing stunning aerial views and meticulously designed homes, the video captures the essence of this rare gem.

    From cutting-edge amenities to unparalleled privacy, discover a haven where dreams become reality. This captivating visual journey promises to leave you in awe of Fisher Island's splendor and The Link Estates' promise of a life lived in pure luxury. Join us as we redefine sophistication in the world's rarest single-family development. Out of 20 single family homes on the entire island there are 12 being built and then thats it, 5 have already sold.

    Contact me if interested in a private tour of the island or the project.

    I represent one of the most established real estate brokerages locally in Florida & I want to be your real estate agent. I am a local expert who can give you the correct service, best pricing, terms & deals in our city.

    Inquire to purchase real estate in Michigan, Florida, California, or New York

    Anthony Nucci: Nuccimanthony@gmail.com

    #MiamiBeach #FisherIsland #AnthonyNucci
    Touring A $50,000,000 Villa At FIsher Island - Anthony Nucci Welcome to a breathtaking journey through the serene beauty of Fisher Island and its latest marvel: The Link Estates at Fisher. Get ready to fully Immerse yourself in a captivating tour of the island that will unveil the world's most exclusive single-family development. As the camera pans over the pristine shores of Fisher Island, you'll witness a paradise like no other. Crystal-clear waters, swaying palms, and luxurious architecture set the stage for an unparalleled living experience. The video seamlessly transitions to the unveiling of The Link Estates – a testament to opulence and exclusivity. Showcasing stunning aerial views and meticulously designed homes, the video captures the essence of this rare gem. From cutting-edge amenities to unparalleled privacy, discover a haven where dreams become reality. This captivating visual journey promises to leave you in awe of Fisher Island's splendor and The Link Estates' promise of a life lived in pure luxury. Join us as we redefine sophistication in the world's rarest single-family development. Out of 20 single family homes on the entire island there are 12 being built and then thats it, 5 have already sold. Contact me if interested in a private tour of the island or the project. I represent one of the most established real estate brokerages locally in Florida & I want to be your real estate agent. I am a local expert who can give you the correct service, best pricing, terms & deals in our city. Inquire to purchase real estate in Michigan, Florida, California, or New York Anthony Nucci: Nuccimanthony@gmail.com #MiamiBeach #FisherIsland #AnthonyNucci
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  • Shaping Miami’s Skyline: Getting Started to Building over 13 High Rise Towers | Harvey Hernandez - Omar Morales

    Harvey Hernandez is Chairman & CEO of Miami-based Newgard Development Group and founder of Natiivo Hospitality. With 25 years of active involvement, he has distinguished himself as a forward-thinking, innovative, and fearless developer, who has been a pivotal figure in shaping city skylines.

    Originally from Venezuela, Hernandez’s real estate journey began in the 1990s as a hands-on investor in Miami. Inspired by the city's transformative potential, he transitioned to large-scale real estate developments, particularly focusing on high-end, high-rise residential projects. Hernandez has been a pioneer in pushing design boundaries and integrating luxury finishes, innovative amenities, branding, and cutting-edge technology into his projects.

    Hernandez has successfully delivered 13 trendsetting residential projects, totaling over 2,600 units spanning over 10 million square feet, in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Austin, and Nashville. He also completed hotel and office/condominium redevelopments.

    Always ahead of evolving market trends, he most recently pioneered residential developments designed, built, and licensed for short-term rentals. He created two brands from scratch—LOFTY and Natiivo—that are incorporated into each project that utilizes this “flexible ownership” model.

    Hernandez’s approach and dedication to excellence have not gone unnoticed. In 2024, he was named a Power Player in Real Estate by the South Florida Business Journal, and in 2023, he received an Apogee Award for CEO Leadership by South Florida Business & Wealth. Newgard’s Gale Residences & Hotel project earned an Honoree recognition in the 2018 Structures Awards given annually by the South Florida Business Journal.

    Hernandez is also considered a thought leader in real estate development and is often invited to sit on panels or talk with the media to share his insights on market trends. He has spoken at events sponsored by The Real Deal, Commercial Observer, Bisnow, and IMN. He has been quoted in publications including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Miami Herald, South Florida Business Journal, and many others.

    TIMESTAMPS:
    0:00 - Trailer
    0:39 - Harvey’s background
    8:24 - First real estate investments & scaling
    14:21 - First development project
    17:04 - Taking on bigger projects/risks
    18:31 - Development of Solaris in Brickell
    22:04 - Miami: bubble or keep growing?
    24:19 - Adding hospitality component
    34:24 - Natiivo Miami & Lofty Brickell
    37:28 - First deal outside of Florida
    40:34 - Other markets excited about
    45:19 - Advice for entrepreneurs & college graduates
    50:05 - Structure of management agreement
    52:00 - Future of Miami & market outlook

    Newsletter: https://miamimultifamily.ck.page

    #Miami #MiamiBeach #SouthBeach #RealEstate #investments #podcast #vlog #HarveyHernandez #OmarMorales
    Shaping Miami’s Skyline: Getting Started to Building over 13 High Rise Towers | Harvey Hernandez - Omar Morales Harvey Hernandez is Chairman & CEO of Miami-based Newgard Development Group and founder of Natiivo Hospitality. With 25 years of active involvement, he has distinguished himself as a forward-thinking, innovative, and fearless developer, who has been a pivotal figure in shaping city skylines. Originally from Venezuela, Hernandez’s real estate journey began in the 1990s as a hands-on investor in Miami. Inspired by the city's transformative potential, he transitioned to large-scale real estate developments, particularly focusing on high-end, high-rise residential projects. Hernandez has been a pioneer in pushing design boundaries and integrating luxury finishes, innovative amenities, branding, and cutting-edge technology into his projects. Hernandez has successfully delivered 13 trendsetting residential projects, totaling over 2,600 units spanning over 10 million square feet, in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Austin, and Nashville. He also completed hotel and office/condominium redevelopments. Always ahead of evolving market trends, he most recently pioneered residential developments designed, built, and licensed for short-term rentals. He created two brands from scratch—LOFTY and Natiivo—that are incorporated into each project that utilizes this “flexible ownership” model. Hernandez’s approach and dedication to excellence have not gone unnoticed. In 2024, he was named a Power Player in Real Estate by the South Florida Business Journal, and in 2023, he received an Apogee Award for CEO Leadership by South Florida Business & Wealth. Newgard’s Gale Residences & Hotel project earned an Honoree recognition in the 2018 Structures Awards given annually by the South Florida Business Journal. Hernandez is also considered a thought leader in real estate development and is often invited to sit on panels or talk with the media to share his insights on market trends. He has spoken at events sponsored by The Real Deal, Commercial Observer, Bisnow, and IMN. He has been quoted in publications including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Miami Herald, South Florida Business Journal, and many others. TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 - Trailer 0:39 - Harvey’s background 8:24 - First real estate investments & scaling 14:21 - First development project 17:04 - Taking on bigger projects/risks 18:31 - Development of Solaris in Brickell 22:04 - Miami: bubble or keep growing? 24:19 - Adding hospitality component 34:24 - Natiivo Miami & Lofty Brickell 37:28 - First deal outside of Florida 40:34 - Other markets excited about 45:19 - Advice for entrepreneurs & college graduates 50:05 - Structure of management agreement 52:00 - Future of Miami & market outlook Newsletter: https://miamimultifamily.ck.page #Miami #MiamiBeach #SouthBeach #RealEstate #investments #podcast #vlog #HarveyHernandez #OmarMorales
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  • The Real Reason OJ Simpson Moved To Florida - Florida Asset Protection Law

    Join us as we delve into the shocking truth behind OJ Simpson's relocation to Florida after the infamous trial that rocked America. Despite owing millions due to his wife's death and family's lawsuits, there was a hidden motive behind his decision - tax benefits. Discover why Florida's tax laws were a crucial factor in OJ's move and how it ultimately saved him from financial ruin. Don't miss this eye-opening discussion on the real reason OJ Simpson left California for the Sunshine Stat

    #Miami #Florida #Assets #ojsimpson
    The Real Reason OJ Simpson Moved To Florida - Florida Asset Protection Law Join us as we delve into the shocking truth behind OJ Simpson's relocation to Florida after the infamous trial that rocked America. Despite owing millions due to his wife's death and family's lawsuits, there was a hidden motive behind his decision - tax benefits. Discover why Florida's tax laws were a crucial factor in OJ's move and how it ultimately saved him from financial ruin. Don't miss this eye-opening discussion on the real reason OJ Simpson left California for the Sunshine Stat #Miami #Florida #Assets #ojsimpson
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  • wishing Happy Mothers Day from Miami Beach

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  • Best Things To Do In Miami For Mother’s Day

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