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TBT - "Scarface" Building On Ocean Drive Sells For $15M

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TBT (March 19, 2015) - 4 years ago the building used in the movie Scarface was sold for $15 million. Demolition and renovation started on the building in April 2017 before finally being completed January 2018 and turned into a CVS.

The building that was used in the infamous chainsaw scene in the movie Scarface has sold for $15 million, according to the Real Deal. 

The property at 728 Ocean Drive and 6,500 square foot building was sold to New York based developers, Infinity Group. 

A Johnny Rockets restaurant operates from the ground level of the building. 

The building last sold for $8 million in 2011.

TBT - This Was Miami Beach in 1927 - Before & After

The photo on the top left is what Miami Beach looked like in 1927, just one year after the hurricane in 1926 that caused major devastation in the Miami area. Notable streets such as Ocean Drive, Collins Avenue, Washington Avenue and 5th Street are plainly visible with not much development at this point. Fast forward 90 years later and the area has changed dramatically. High rises have gone up along West Avenue and the beach has expanded.

One Ocean Near Completion (Photos)

One Ocean Near Completion (Photos)

The luxury condo, One Ocean, on South Beach in the South of Fifth district is nearing completion.

Construction began in the Fall of 2013 and the project is developed by The Related Group and designed by Enrique Norten and Sieger Suarez.

One Ocean is the last condo construction project in the South of Fifth district which included Marea and Glass.

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Miami at Night Book Now Available!

Miami at Night is Available for Purchase 

The book Miami at Night is now available for purchase. Miami is one of the United States’ most fascinating cities. While the rest of the country endures snowstorms and cold weather, Miami is always hot and sexy. By day, the sun, sea, and Art Deco architecture highlight Miami’s unique history and heritage. However, it is truly at night when the city comes alive. Miami at Night is a cityscape photography book featuring over 70 photos, including over 40 large panoramic photos the capture the essence of the energy that pulsates through nocturnal Miami. The book tells a unique visual story of the city (Brickell, Brickell Key, Key Biscayne, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, Downtown Miami, and Miami Beach) through photography at angles and vantage points that are rarely seen by the average Miamian or tourist.

Miami at Night is available for purchase at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Schiffer Publishing or Golden Dusk Photography.

For more news and information visit www.miamiatnightbook.com

Miami At Night Book Available For Pre-Order Now!

Golden Dusk Photography is pleased to announce our first book - Miami at Night. Miami at Night is a cityscape photography book featuring over 70 photos, including over 40 large panoramic photos that capture the essence of the energy that pulsates through nocturnal Miami. The book tells a unique visual story of the city (Brickell, Brickell Key, Key Biscayne, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, Downtown Miami, and Miami Beach) through photography at angles and vantage points that are rarely seen by the average Miamian or tourist.

Miami at Night is available for pre-order on Amazon, Schiffer Books or Golden Dusk Photography. The official release date is January 28, 2016. 

For more news and information please visit miamiatnightbook.com

Glass Miami Beach Is Officially Open

Glass Miami Beach

Glass Miami Beach is now officially open and residents are allowed to move in. The 18 story luxury condominium located on South Beach in the South of Fifth district began construction in August 2013. 

The tower is the last high rise that can be constructed in South of Fifth due to zoning restrictions. 

Construction progress photos can be seen here.

One Ocean Construction Photos

One Ocean

One Ocean in the South of Fifth District is coming along quickly with a lot of work being done on the North and South Tower.

The Related Group project is located steps away from the beach and within walking distance of South Pointe Park. 

Our first photos of the project and renderings can be seen here.