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Condominium, HOA, and Cooperative Association App Launches on iPhone and Android Devices

The new “Pocket Condo, HOA and Coop Guide” is now available for free download on iPhone and Android devices. It can be found in the Apple store for iPhones and iPads by typing in “Condominium, HOA, Cooperative Law,” and in the Google Play store for most Android devices by typing in “Condominium, HOA, Coop Law.”

Miami Beach Cops Made $300,000 Working Off-Duty for Nightclubs Before Chief Banned Practice

After Miami Beach Police Sgt. Mike Muley was caught drunk while working an off-duty assignment at Mango's last month, new Miami Beach Police Chief Dan Oates responded with a harsh edict: Beginning this month, MBPD cops are banned from working nightclub security jobs. The union balked, complaining that banning the jobs would make clubs less safe. Their resistance, they said, had nothing to do with the money.
But how much cash will Beach cops lose under Oates' new policy?

Becker & Poliakoff Client Alert - Suggested Action Items

Becker & Poliakoff’s Community Association Leadership Lobby (CALL) tracked hundreds of bills this past legislative session. Only a few actually passed that directly impact community associations.
Those which did pass give rise to certain steps we recommend our Association clients implement in order to be better protected or to take full advantage of beneficial changes in the law. Click button below for a summary of the legislation and a list of “Action Items” we prepared for your consideration.

Especially for communities such as yours which are located in Miami Dade or Monroe County, some of these Action Items may be of particular importance, including adoption of an emergency disaster plan and policies regarding email communication with absentee owners.
We would be pleased to answer any questions or assist you in adopting any of these simple steps which will help you in the operation of your Association. Please feel free to contact me at your convenience to discuss.
Thank you,

Rosa M. de la Camara

Retail buildings on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road sell for record $342 million

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The biggest property sale on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road — and one of the highest-priced deals in South Florida history — is in the works, as the South Florida real estate market continues to soar.
Miami Beach-based Terranova Corp., and investment partner Acadia Realty Trust, the largest property owners on Lincoln Road, have agreed to sell their six-building portfolio on Lincoln Road for $342 million. The information was disclosed in Acadia’s recent earnings release and conference call with Wall Street analysts. The buyer has not yet been named.
The properties, sprinkled along the pedestrian promenade and on nearby Lincoln Lane, include the sites of such popular Lincoln Road hang-outs as Sushi Samba and Dylan’s Candy Store. They were originally purchased in two parcels in February 2011 and December 2012, for a total of $191 million. Therefore, the transaction translates to a profit of $151 million — or 79 percent, in a combined total of a little over three years.

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