Miami International Medical Center LLC, which ran the recently closed Miami Medical Center, has filed Chapter 11 while listing $31.4 million in assets versus $67.3 million in liabilities.
U.S. Senate progress Monday to end the federal government shutdown was good news for federal employees facing furloughs as well as home buyers facing dragged-out deals.
Meland, Russin & Budwick partner Mark Meland closed the $7.5 million purchase of some of the units at a condominium west of Delray Beach. New York-based multifamily property investor ESG Kullen bought 93 of the 275 units at the Murano of Delray Beach at 15005 Michelangelo Blvd. southwest of Atlantic Avenue and Jog Road.
ESG Kullen just closed on a bulk condo deal in Delray Beach, and plans to immediately renovate and sell them off individually.
The tax reform proposal unveiled this week in Washington calls for capping the interest expense deduction for residential mortgages at $500,000 rather than the current $1 million. Deductions would be allowed only for primary residences. How could that affect South Florida’s real estate market, one of the region’s biggest employers?
A large portion of the units in the Monteverde at Renaissance Commons condominium in Boynton Beach have sold in a bulk deal for $17.88 million. Of the 267 units in the building, at 1625 Renaissance Commons Blvd., 118 were owned by 1625 Monteverde LLC, an affiliate of New York-based Delma Properties.
Attorneys bringing personal injury and other suits on a contingency fee basis often face bankruptcy-related issues. A defendant may be insolvent, a bankruptcy trustee may assert an insurance policy is property of a bankruptcy estate, or a bankruptcy trustee may bring a competing claim against the same defendant, as just a few examples.
The sale of a Miami residential property was scheduled to close Sept. 8. The sale of a home in the exclusive Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo was to close Sept. 15. And the sale of Boynton Beach condominiums was to close Sept. 22.
The referral sources for home health care companies can be protected by noncompete agreements because they qualify as a legitimate business interests under the state law on restrictive covenants in contracts, the Florida Supreme Court ruled.
By December 8, 2000, GE Capital Corporation (GECC) had received nearly $50 million that it had loaned to Petters Capital, a company that specialized in buying bulk lots of merchandise from various retailers and then re-selling them to large, big box, distributors like Costco and Walmart.