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43 Urban Village Live + Work New Construction

43 Urban Village Live + Work New Construction written by: Frank Vigliotti, Realtor®, Global Sales Associate Henri Frank Group at ONE | Sotheby’s International Realty Fort Lauderdale – Oakland Park, Florida, home of the 43 Urban Village, listed among the top 10-small American cities of the future. 43 Urban Village is a ground breaking LIVE+WORK

South Florida Real Estate | Eco-Friendly: Understanding ‘Go Green’ Real Estate

    South Florida Real Estate | Eco-Friendly: Understanding ‘Go Green’ Real Estate     Fort Lauderdale Real Estate / Fort Lauderdale REALTORS® / New Construction in Ft Lauderdale    http://www.HenriFrank.com   There are many discussions about Eco-Friendly commercial real estate and now even more talk within the residential real estate of homes, townhomes, condominiums

Henri Frank Group Remax Preferred | Fort Lauderdale Realtors Real Estate

Henri Frank Group Remax Preferred | Fort Lauderdale Realtors Real Estate New Construction Single Family Homes, Condominiums and Townhomes in South Florida   Do potential homebuyers favor purchasing new homes over older properties? BHI Inc.conducted a study which analyzed consumers’ first choice regarding shopping for newly constructed properties over older homes. This study examined 984

Florida Real Estate Market Share of Green Homes: 43Urban Village

Florida Real Estate Market Share of Green Homes: 43Urban Village We all know that the Live + Work lifestyle is the most environmentally friendly way to run a business. By choosing a Live + Work lifestyle you are making one of the biggest contributions an individual can make towards the sustainability of the Earth’s environment

City of Oakland Park, Florida Real Estate is Growing

The City of Oakland Park was founded after the abolishment of the Town of Floranada. After the hurricane in September 1926, which devastated the area, was when some say the prosperity for this farming community now called Oakland Park began. In the late Spring of 1929, it was determined that the Town of Floranada was