South Florida real estate news has been abuzz this last year with an innovative new developer making a big name for itself. But don’t worry, these aren’t untried-and-untrue johnny-come-latelies who don’t know a mezzanine from a mullion. With an accumulated 35 years of experience and more than $400 million of real estate currently under development or slated for commencement, ROVR Development masterminds Oscar Rodriguez and Ricardo Vadia are making a palpable mark on the city they love. Creators of the much-anticipated The Fairchild Coconut Grove, the duo first met while working for The Related Group. During that time, they delivered almost 6,000 luxury condominiums, rental and affordable housing units, with a development value of more than $1 billion. Other upcoming projects for the team include a luxury condominium tower at East Edgewater and a 402-unit luxury rental development on Biscayne Boulevard; TheFairchildGrove.com.
Leading Key Biscayne realtor Brigitte De Langeron held a special open house on the island to showcase her latest real estate listing at 110 Cape Florida.
It turns out Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution also applies to cars. If you cross a boring Toyota Camry engine with a Lotus sportscar body with more curves than J-Lo, you get the automotive version of a velociraptor — the Evora GT410.