Residential

Cervera's Le Parc in Brickell receives Fannie Mae approval, making home ownership easier for first-time buyers

Le Parc, a luxury condo tower in the Brickell neighborhood, has received conditional Fannie Mae approval in an attempt to open the project to local buyers.  Qualified buyers at Le Parc can now purchase units with as little as 10 percent, sales director Jacqueline Regnault of Cervera Real Estate toldThe Real Deal. Cervera is handling sales for Le Parc, a 12-story, 128-unit tower.

Veronica Cervera lists full floor of St. Regis Bal Harbour for $28M

The entire 26th floor of the north tower at the St. Regis in Bal Harbour is on the market for $28 million. It’s also for sale as three separate units, for $12 million, $11 million and $6 million, totaling $29 million, said Cervera Real Estate CEO Veronica Cervera Goeseke, who has the listing. “It’s one of the rare opportunities where you can buy an entire floor in South Florida,” Cervera Goeseke told The Real Deal. In all, the full-floor condominium has 13 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and five half-baths, with panoramic views of the ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, according to the listing. The 14,420-square-foot property, which includes units 2601N, 2602N and 2604N at 9705 Collins Avenue, also has 4,323 square feet of terraces. The price breaks down to $1,942 per square foot. “It can work well for a family, and it’s a great way to have the ability to have the family together, and have their own apartments,” Cervera Goeseke said. Cervera Real Estate had handled pre-construction sales and marketing for the St. Regis four years ago, with sales totaling $1.2 billion, she said.

Cervera gives vote of confidence regarding Chinese buyers in Miami

Alicia Cervera speaks to the Wahshington Post regarding the state of the market , what $50 million can buy, and the potential of Chinese buyer's entering the Miami market. According to Alica Cervera. “I’ve been one of the holdouts,” said Alicia Cervera, managing partner of Cervera Real Estate and a member of the board of directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority. “I’ve been one of those who’s been saying, ‘China is a long way away. There’s lower-hanging fruit,’ and not really jumping on the China bandwagon all that quickly.” No longer, she said. “I do believe we’re at the tipping point and that there’s going to be a very strong presence of Chinese buyers in the Miami market.”

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