BoardroomPR Clients Discuss Scorching South Florida Luxury Residential Real Estate Market
As South Florida’s luxury residential real estate market continues a torrid run of sales activity and pricing gains, BoardroomPR is consistently securing opportunities for the agency’s public relations clients to share insights on what they are seeing first-hand with reporters at high-profile publications.
For instance, The Keyes Company and affiliate brokerage Illustrated Properties combined for more than $1 billion in pending sales in March 2021 – the most in the 95-year history of the firm. Keyes CEO Mike Pappas was featured in a new Sun Sentinel article about the incredible luxury activity, telling reporter David Lyons “the converging trends, including domestic migration from high-tax states, a brutal winter around the nation and historically low interest rates, are resulting in an unprecedented high-end market.”
BoardroomPR client Group P6, developer of Royal Palm Residences in Boca Raton, discussed the increasing appeal of larger condominiums in a South Florida Business Journal feature story, with Managing Partner Ignacio Diaz declaring that he would not build a luxury condo project with units smaller than 2,000 square feet because high-end buyers covet more space. In the same feature, John Farina, CEO of U.S. Construction – developer of Ocean Delray and 1625 Ocean, said beachfront condos are competing favorably with single-family homes in the same Delray Beach neighborhood.
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