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Prestige Companies is a big believer in Hialeah. After building several residential projects in the city, it is now targeting a new multifamily development site. A joint venture between Prestige and Florida Value Partners bought the closed Salvation Army at 7450 West Fourth Avenue for $15 million, according to a deed. Seller Hialeah 4.9 QOZB […]

AmericaTeVeCanal41 Hialeah no se salva de la crisis de vivienda que ha golpeado duramente al condado Miami-Dade

Juntos per no Revueltos Incrementos del alza en la renta y los constructores que están ayudando a crecer la deficiencia actual de oferta de inventario.

East of the racetrack, the Brunetti family and Prestige Companies plan to build 343 apartments on 12.6 acres A public charter school and low-rise apartments are planned next to the Hialeah Park racetrack and casino, as the first phase of a long-term development of the 200-acre property. The Brunetti family, which owns Hialeah Park, is [...]
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Prestige Companies is continuing its multifamily development spree in Hialeah, as it just scored a $21 million construction loan for three workforce housing complexes. The Miami Lakes-based developer will start building Palm Avenue Lofts at 1201 Palm Avenue; Champions Lofts at 40 West 23 Street and 2290 Palm Avenue; and Poe’s Lofts at 7901 West [...]