Briefing Room for February

Intel and objects to know this month

Intracoastal Idyll

Josh Dotoli with Dotoli Group and Compass Florida announced the sale of 2623 Delmar Place in Fort Lauderdale (pictured above). The Intracoastal estate in the coveted Seven Isles neighborhood sold for $9 million in cash. The seller was Nevada real estate developer Don R. Norman.

A Sweet Blend

A Sweet Blend

Miami’s Exquisito Chocolates and Aberfeldy Single Malt Scotch Whisky teamed up to create an exclusive shimmering hot chocolate mix, which is now available as part of a gift set from ReserveBar. Custom made in Miami, the dark chocolate blend with notes of vanilla and honey was specially crafted to highlight the sweet notes found in Aberfeldy 12. 

Small Businesses Hang On

Small Businesses Hang On

Bank of America found that business owners remain resilient and flexible: 87% of small businesses in Miami have remained open in some capacity amid the pandemic and shutdowns—either by adjusting operations (63%) or as an essential business (24%). 

Upcoming Condo

Upcoming Condo

Luxury residential developer, Group P6, celebrated the groundbreaking of Royal Palm Residences, a luxury residential project in downtown Boca Raton that has notched 40 percent sales. The nine-story, 48-residence condominium, located at the corner of Fifth Avenue and East Royal Palm Road, is expected to be delivered in 2022 (from $1.9 million).

Burning Question

Burning Question

It’s college acceptance season, so what are the best reasons to encourage your child to go into information technology?
“As parents, one of our major concerns is that our children have reliable, useful, and potentially lucrative careers once they leave the nest. While there are many admirable careers that meet these criteria, it has become clear information technology (IT) meets these important criteria. The role of IT consultants has been expanding for decades as we rely on technology to run our businesses, homes, and other activities through computers and the ever-present mobile devices. The need for quality IT consultants has certainly expanded during the recent pandemic as businesses have shifted to remote/virtual working arrangements. This requires using proper hardware and continually implementing the newest and most sophisticated cyber-security products to prevent hacking, stealing of data, and expensive malware efforts. The need for quality IT professionals will increase and the market needs quality consultants to insure the safe use of computer networks. Parents can confidently recommend or suggest IT as a reliable, useful, and needed career that can provide challenges and security for the foreseeable future.”

— Jess Coburn, president and founder of Applied Innovations, Boca Raton

3 Comments
  • frank papandrea
    Posted at 19:09h, 15 February Reply

    Congratulations Josh on that sale.

  • frank papandrea
    Posted at 19:15h, 15 February Reply

    Dotoli Group congrats

  • kevin kaminski
    Posted at 01:36h, 16 February Reply

    Great news that small businesses in Miami were able hang tough over the past year.

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