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1475 North View Drive

9 Jan

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5 Bedroom 6 Bathroom (2 additional powder rooms) classic Miami Beach two-story waterfront home on prestigious Sunset Island I. Contemporary & elegant interior, marble & hardwood floors. Exquisite, luxurious finishes & appointments throughout. Very large master suite with office, morning kitchen. walk-ins, large bath. Loggia flanked courtyard with separate gym house, large kitchen with Miele & Sub-Zero stainless steel appliances, mini bar with built-in tap. Outdoor is great for relaxing or entertaining, covered areas, pool, yard space, dock. Most rooms with views.

Price: $7,900,000

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Danny Hertzberg

20 Dec

Watch the Danny Hertzberg Bio Video

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As one of the leading Continuum Real Estate Agents in the boisterous Miami Real Estate Market, Danny Hertzberg has already attained the level of success generally reached by those twice his age. As a member of the leading luxury real estate sales team known as The Jills®, Danny has already reached a remarkable level of sales production in a very short time period. Recently, he was featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 list as an industry leader, as well as on CNBC’s financial news program, Squawk on the Street, showcasing Miami’s most expensive luxury properties. He was honored by Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate’s Miami Beach Office as the 2010 “Outstanding Breakout Performer of the Year” for reaching an incredible level of sales production after just his first full year in the industry. In 2011 he was nominated for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce R.E.A.L. (Real Estate Achievers & Leaders) Awards for two categories, single family homes and condominiums.

Danny, a Miami Beach native, completed a joint JD/MBA degree at the University of Miami. He earned a magna cum laude Bachelor’s degree in 2005 from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he majored in political science. He also studied abroad at the Universidad del Salvador Law School in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as well as Universidad Complutense in Madrid, and is fluent in Spanish. Danny has a unique understanding of print and online advertising as well as a particular expertise in social media marketing. While studying for his Master’s in business administration at University of Miami, Danny developed innovative marketing strategies.

He is constantly seeking the latest technological advantages to market properties on an international level. Danny played a primary role in creating the concept called Social Media Hotspot, a technique which utilizes collaborative efforts in order to harness his team’s social media networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Small World etc.). This technique has allowed Danny to expose properties to over 10,000 people in under an hour.

In addition to real estate, Danny is active in the following organizations: Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, AIPAC, and the Miami Beach Tax Payer’s Association. Danny is a leading member of the Miami AIPAC Club and has been invited this year to be a featured speaker at AIPAC’s Saban Leadership Seminar in Washington D.C. He also supports and contributes to the following organizations: Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, Best Buddies, Susan G Komen Foundation, Florida Bar Foundation, Lawyer’s Project, and Children’s Legal Services.”

Miami Must: South Pointe Park

5 Mar

Only in Miami is it completely normal to witness a yogi in mid salamba sirasana pose and a fashion photo shoot all at the same time.  This is exactly the scene I stumbled upon the other morning in South Pointe Park (or as us locals refer to it, simply “South Pointe”).

If you’re unfamiliar with South Pointe, I encourage you to check out this gem of South Beach.  Situated at the southernmost point on Miami Beach in the SoFi (South of Fifth) neighborhood, South Pointe is a great spot to take a stroll or bike ride, picnic, walk your dog, and yes, even practice a yoga pose or two.

With panoramic views of Biscayne Bay, Fisher Island, Downtown Miami, and the Atlantic Ocean, you can watch passing cruise ships and cargo ships, and relax in the quiet serenity of this beautiful location.  There is truly no place like South Pointe anywhere else on Miami Beach.  Check it out and let me know what you think…

Namaste!

DH

Miami Must: DecoBike

27 Feb

 [Image via blogs.miaminewtimes.com]

John F. Kennedy once said, “nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.”  I couldn’t agree more – and there’s no better place for a bike ride than right here on Miami Beach.  One of my favorite Sunday morning rituals is taking a relaxing bike ride on South Beach.  It’s the best way to take a breather from the busy work week, soak up some sun, and get a little exercise, all at once.

Don’t have a bike of your own?  No problem.  With the convenience of DecoBike, Miami Beach’s bike sharing and rental program, a bicycle is at your reach every few blocks (you can check out the station map here).  Simply locate a kiosk, select your rental time, grab a bike and go!  For just four bucks, you’ve got a bike for 30 minutes.  Five bucks gets you an hour.  When you’re done, drop your bike off at the nearest kiosk…no need to trek back to your starting point.

If you’re looking for a great ride, here are my top two picks:  Start at Purdy Avenue and ride the Venetian Causeway.  Helpful hint: be sure to weave off the main road and check out the beautiful homes on the small side streets of Dilido, San Marino and Rivo Alto. Another scenic ride: Start at the boardwalk and bike path at the W Hotel in between 22nd and 23rd streets and ride south all the way to South Pointe Park.  For a truly scenic ride, time your trip to finish with a sunset cocktail outside at Smith and Wollensky while taking in the breathtaking views.

[Image via miamitom.com]

Have any recommendations for rides?  Leave a comment below – I’m always up for exploring a new area.

For more information on DecoBike, check out their website here.

Happy trails, friends!

DH

*Note: For those out there wondering, I am in no way affiliated with DecoBike nor am I being compensated in any way for “advertising” of any kind.  This post stems purely from my own interest and personal experience which I have chosen to share with you!

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