• South Florida Weather Forecast 7/14/2024

    CBS News Miami's NEXT Weather Meteorologist KC Sherman says to expect breezy conditions for Sunday as winds move some possible storms into the inland by the afternoon.

    #Miami #CBSMiami #weather
    South Florida Weather Forecast 7/14/2024 CBS News Miami's NEXT Weather Meteorologist KC Sherman says to expect breezy conditions for Sunday as winds move some possible storms into the inland by the afternoon. #Miami #CBSMiami #weather
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  • PROS/CONS of Living in Miami FL - Should we move here? invest? - Joey & Franci

    Move to Miami, is it still worth living in Miami? This vlog talks about the pros and cons of living in Miami, Florida - Miami's growth and it's future, and what we think is important about deciding to invest or move in Miami.

    #Miami #MiamiBeach #Florida #move #invest #JoeyAndFranci
    PROS/CONS of Living in Miami FL - Should we move here? invest? - Joey & Franci Move to Miami, is it still worth living in Miami? This vlog talks about the pros and cons of living in Miami, Florida - Miami's growth and it's future, and what we think is important about deciding to invest or move in Miami. #Miami #MiamiBeach #Florida #move #invest #JoeyAndFranci
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  • Aston Martin 25 - Dani Guardini

    Comecei esse projeto do Ason Martin 25 em 2021 quando fomos contratados pelo cliente para desenvolver o projeto de design de interiores do apartamento que ele havia compado na planta.
    Naquela epoca consegui fazer uma visita a obra para conhecer o prédio.... Nem imaginava que conseguiria ver o apartamento do meu clente ainda em obra. Foi uma grande oportunidade!
    O apartamento agora foi entregue pela construtora e nós estamos aguardando apenas os ultimos touch ups para poder começar com a nossa parte.

    Pintura, cortinas, blackouts, espelhos, marcenaria, moveis, tapetes.... Vamos deixar o apartamento todo pronto para quando nossos clientes vierem passar uma temporada nos Estados Unidos.

    A cozinha americana já vem toda montada e prontissima, com tudo instalado, geladeira embutida, coocktop, geladeira, freezer, maquina de lavar louça, forno , microondas e até a adega para vinhos já funcionando.

    Esse apartamento tem um detalhe que uma das suites foi anexada a suite master, se tornando o home office do marido.

    Espero que voce goste de acompanhar a execuçao desse projeto de design de interiores desse apartamento no Aston Martin Residences em Miami.

    #Miami #AstonMartin #DaniGuardini #remodeling #obra #design
    Aston Martin 25 - Dani Guardini Comecei esse projeto do Ason Martin 25 em 2021 quando fomos contratados pelo cliente para desenvolver o projeto de design de interiores do apartamento que ele havia compado na planta. Naquela epoca consegui fazer uma visita a obra para conhecer o prédio.... Nem imaginava que conseguiria ver o apartamento do meu clente ainda em obra. Foi uma grande oportunidade! O apartamento agora foi entregue pela construtora e nós estamos aguardando apenas os ultimos touch ups para poder começar com a nossa parte. Pintura, cortinas, blackouts, espelhos, marcenaria, moveis, tapetes.... Vamos deixar o apartamento todo pronto para quando nossos clientes vierem passar uma temporada nos Estados Unidos. A cozinha americana já vem toda montada e prontissima, com tudo instalado, geladeira embutida, coocktop, geladeira, freezer, maquina de lavar louça, forno , microondas e até a adega para vinhos já funcionando. Esse apartamento tem um detalhe que uma das suites foi anexada a suite master, se tornando o home office do marido. Espero que voce goste de acompanhar a execuçao desse projeto de design de interiores desse apartamento no Aston Martin Residences em Miami. #Miami #AstonMartin #DaniGuardini #remodeling #obra #design
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  • The Widow Who Created Miami: Julia Tuttle - Old Money Luxury

    After the passing of her husband, Julia Tuttle became the "Mother of Miami" when she created the city by inheriting a large tract of land from her father - and through her foresight and unwavering resolve, Julia Tuttle laid the foundation for the modern city.

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    0:00 Introduction
    1:21 Chapter 1: The Beginnings of Miami-Dade
    6:06 Chapter 2: Seminole Moments
    11:37 Chapter 3: Expansion With Flagler
    15:00 Chapter 4: The Legacy of Julia Tuttle

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    In the late 19th century, Miami was a sparsely populated coastal expanse, far from the bustling metropolis it would become.

    The transformation of this region into a thriving city owes much to Julia Tuttle, a newly widowed visionary who defied the constraints of her time.

    After her husband's passing, Tuttle moved to Miami in 1891, inheriting a large tract of land from her father.

    Through her foresight and resolve, she laid the foundation for modern Miami, earning her the title "Mother of Miami."

    Before Julia Tuttle's influence, the area known as "Biscayne Bay Country" was maintained by the Tequesta Indians, skilled in utilizing local resources without agriculture, relying instead on the abundant fish and native vegetation.

    European engagement began with Juan Ponce de León in 1513, who noted the area during his search for the Fountain of Youth. However, it was not until Julia Tuttle's era that Miami began to transform significantly.

    Tuttle's strategy to transform Miami involved establishing essential community amenities and lobbying for a railroad connection, pivotal for the area's development.

    She persuaded Henry Flagler, a railroad magnate, to extend his Florida East Coast Railway to Miami, offering part of her land as an incentive.

    Tuttle's efforts culminated in the railroad reaching Miami in 1896, sparking rapid growth and the official incorporation of the City of Miami.

    Despite her crucial role in Miami's development, Tuttle faced financial hardships, eventually leading to her death from meningitis in 1898 at age 49.

    Although her contributions were initially overshadowed, recognition of her impact has grown over the years.

    Today, Tuttle's legacy is celebrated through various memorials in Miami, including the Julia Tuttle Causeway and a sculpture in Bayfront Park, ensuring her vision and determination are remembered as foundational to Miami's vibrant identity.

    #MiamiDade #Miami #MiamiBeach #JuliaTuttle #history
    The Widow Who Created Miami: Julia Tuttle - Old Money Luxury After the passing of her husband, Julia Tuttle became the "Mother of Miami" when she created the city by inheriting a large tract of land from her father - and through her foresight and unwavering resolve, Julia Tuttle laid the foundation for the modern city. ------------------------------------------- TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Introduction 1:21 Chapter 1: The Beginnings of Miami-Dade 6:06 Chapter 2: Seminole Moments 11:37 Chapter 3: Expansion With Flagler 15:00 Chapter 4: The Legacy of Julia Tuttle ------------------------------------------- In the late 19th century, Miami was a sparsely populated coastal expanse, far from the bustling metropolis it would become. The transformation of this region into a thriving city owes much to Julia Tuttle, a newly widowed visionary who defied the constraints of her time. After her husband's passing, Tuttle moved to Miami in 1891, inheriting a large tract of land from her father. Through her foresight and resolve, she laid the foundation for modern Miami, earning her the title "Mother of Miami." Before Julia Tuttle's influence, the area known as "Biscayne Bay Country" was maintained by the Tequesta Indians, skilled in utilizing local resources without agriculture, relying instead on the abundant fish and native vegetation. European engagement began with Juan Ponce de León in 1513, who noted the area during his search for the Fountain of Youth. However, it was not until Julia Tuttle's era that Miami began to transform significantly. Tuttle's strategy to transform Miami involved establishing essential community amenities and lobbying for a railroad connection, pivotal for the area's development. She persuaded Henry Flagler, a railroad magnate, to extend his Florida East Coast Railway to Miami, offering part of her land as an incentive. Tuttle's efforts culminated in the railroad reaching Miami in 1896, sparking rapid growth and the official incorporation of the City of Miami. Despite her crucial role in Miami's development, Tuttle faced financial hardships, eventually leading to her death from meningitis in 1898 at age 49. Although her contributions were initially overshadowed, recognition of her impact has grown over the years. Today, Tuttle's legacy is celebrated through various memorials in Miami, including the Julia Tuttle Causeway and a sculpture in Bayfront Park, ensuring her vision and determination are remembered as foundational to Miami's vibrant identity. #MiamiDade #Miami #MiamiBeach #JuliaTuttle #history
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  • I found a gold chain loaded with diamonds underwater - Pirate of Miami Beach

    There was a nice spot on Miami Beach that a lot of sand move and I was lucky enough to find this while underwater metal detecting. Lots of other rings and stuff came up along the way.

    #MiamiBeach #PirateOfMiamiBeach
    I found a gold chain loaded with diamonds underwater - Pirate of Miami Beach There was a nice spot on Miami Beach that a lot of sand move and I was lucky enough to find this while underwater metal detecting. Lots of other rings and stuff came up along the way. #MiamiBeach #PirateOfMiamiBeach
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  • Full Body Summer Workout | Dumbbell Only - melania antuchas

    Welcome back to another energizing workout session! Today we’re hitting the beach for a FULL BODY BURN using only one pair of dumbbells! This sun-soaked workout is designed to get you sweating and working every major muscle group—legs, biceps, shoulders, glutes, and back—do this workout anywhere.

    **WORKOUT OVERVIEW**:
    10 Intense Exercises
    Rep Range: 12-15 Reps for Each Movement
    Repeat as many times as you'd like!

    This routine is perfect for anyone looking to stay fit and feel the burn while enjoying the summer vibes. Remember, staying fit isn't just about working out—but also fueling your body with healthy foods and getting enough protein! So, grab those dumbbells, hit the beach (or gym) and let’s turn up the heat! ๐Ÿ‹๐Ÿผโ€โ™€๏ธ

    #MiamiBeach #SouthBeach #MuscleBeach #Miami #fitness #workout #bikini #motivation #ultimatefit #MelaniaAntuchas
    Full Body Summer Workout | Dumbbell Only - melania antuchas Welcome back to another energizing workout session! Today we’re hitting the beach for a FULL BODY BURN using only one pair of dumbbells! This sun-soaked workout is designed to get you sweating and working every major muscle group—legs, biceps, shoulders, glutes, and back—do this workout anywhere. ๐Ÿ–๏ธ **WORKOUT OVERVIEW**: ๐Ÿ”ฅ 10 Intense Exercises ๐Ÿ’ฅ Rep Range: 12-15 Reps for Each Movement ๐Ÿ” Repeat as many times as you'd like! This routine is perfect for anyone looking to stay fit and feel the burn while enjoying the summer vibes. Remember, staying fit isn't just about working out—but also fueling your body with healthy foods and getting enough protein! So, grab those dumbbells, hit the beach (or gym) and let’s turn up the heat! ๐ŸŒž๐Ÿ‹๐Ÿผ‍โ™€๏ธ #MiamiBeach #SouthBeach #MuscleBeach #Miami #fitness #workout #bikini #motivation #ultimatefit #MelaniaAntuchas
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  • South Florida unites to help eliminate heart disease and stroke in women - Community Newspaper

    On Friday May 17th guests rallied at the Diplomat Beach Resort and raised funds to save and improve women’s lives by advancing equitable research and care, advocating for inclusive health policies and raising awareness of women’s number one health threat, cardiovascular disease (CVD).

    One hundred years after its founding, the American Heart Association, devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives for all, looks to its premier women’s movement, Go Red for Womenยฎ, to help usher in a second century of pioneering progress towards health equity for women.

    Go Red for your mother, your daughter, your friends, and yourself. Because when we come together, we can motivate, educate, support and help save each other..

    https://communitynewspapers.com/doraltribune/south-florida-unites-to-help-eliminate-heart-disease-and-stroke-in-women
    South Florida unites to help eliminate heart disease and stroke in women - Community Newspaper On Friday May 17th guests rallied at the Diplomat Beach Resort and raised funds to save and improve women’s lives by advancing equitable research and care, advocating for inclusive health policies and raising awareness of women’s number one health threat, cardiovascular disease (CVD). One hundred years after its founding, the American Heart Association, devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives for all, looks to its premier women’s movement, Go Red for Women®, to help usher in a second century of pioneering progress towards health equity for women. Go Red for your mother, your daughter, your friends, and yourself. Because when we come together, we can motivate, educate, support and help save each other.. https://communitynewspapers.com/doraltribune/south-florida-unites-to-help-eliminate-heart-disease-and-stroke-in-women
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    South Florida unites to help eliminate heart disease and stroke in women
    This year, more than 250 people dressed in red attended the South Florida’s annual Go Red for Women Luncheon to honor survivors, celebrate advancements in heart health and chart a new course toward a world free of cardiovascular disease, which claims the lives of 1 in 3 women. In South Florida, over 4,000 women die
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  • Miami Beach moves to speed construction of convention hotel - Miami Today

    The hotel beside the Miami Beach Convention Center at 17th Street and Convention Center Drive, which voters approved by a 65% vote in 2018, is to have 17 stories and 800 hotel rooms. Developers Terra and Turnberry say the hotel will generate more than 750 permanent jobs.

    #GrandHyatt #MiamiBeach #ConventionCenter #Hotels #miamitoday
    Miami Beach moves to speed construction of convention hotel - Miami Today The hotel beside the Miami Beach Convention Center at 17th Street and Convention Center Drive, which voters approved by a 65% vote in 2018, is to have 17 stories and 800 hotel rooms. Developers Terra and Turnberry say the hotel will generate more than 750 permanent jobs. #GrandHyatt #MiamiBeach #ConventionCenter #Hotels #miamitoday
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    Miami Beach moves to speed construction of convention hotel
    The Grand Hyatt Miami Beach Convention Center Hotel continues to be atop Miami Beach’s project list as plans for the long-awaited hotel advance. Commissioners passed at first reading last month a resolution amending the city code
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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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  • We are very excited to be at the Aston Martin Residences Miami - Michelle and Linda Luxury Homes

    We are very excited to be at the Aston Martin Residences Miami. Do you want to live your luxurious lifestyle here? Contact us now
    Michelle Kauffmann, CLHMS
    (786) 797-8958
    michellekauffmann@kw.com

    ๐Ÿ˜ Linda Erice, CLHMS
    (786) 229-7876
    llillo@kw.com

    https://tegluxury.com

    #Miami #RealEstate #kwluxury #kwmiamiportfoliocollection #MiamiLuxuryRealEstate #MiamiRealEstate #LuxuryRealEstate #Luxuryhome #MiamiLuxury #movetomiami #Miami #LuxuryLiving

    https://youtu.be/eG6aoAPyQR0?si=3X8wOKLaBW4m6lGK
    We are very excited to be at the Aston Martin Residences Miami - Michelle and Linda Luxury Homes We are very excited to be at the Aston Martin Residences Miami. Do you want to live your luxurious lifestyle here? Contact us now ๐Ÿก Michelle Kauffmann, CLHMS ๐Ÿ“ฑ (786) 797-8958 ๐Ÿ’ป michellekauffmann@kw.com • ๐Ÿ˜ Linda Erice, CLHMS ๐Ÿ“ฑ (786) 229-7876 ๐Ÿ’ป llillo@kw.com https://tegluxury.com #Miami #RealEstate #kwluxury #kwmiamiportfoliocollection #MiamiLuxuryRealEstate #MiamiRealEstate #LuxuryRealEstate #Luxuryhome #MiamiLuxury #movetomiami #Miami #LuxuryLiving https://youtu.be/eG6aoAPyQR0?si=3X8wOKLaBW4m6lGK
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