Florida Real Estate Roundup: Surfside, Deauville, 800 Brickell

By Nathan Hale (May 27, 2022, 8:58 PM EDT) -- The Dubai-based company that is purchasing the site of last year's deadly condominium collapse in Surfside, Florida, revealed plans Friday to build a Cavalli-branded luxury condo tower on the property.

In a press release, Damac Properties, which paid $120 million for the 1.88-acre oceanfront property, then known as Champlain Towers South, noted the development of other ultraluxury condominiums in Surfside in recent years, including the Four Seasons Private Residences, the Fendi Chateau Residences and Arte Surfside.

"Damac Properties has long been eyeing development opportunities in Miami. We see the city, which is known for being a luxury and fashion center, as...

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