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Three Hundred Collins Celebrates Top Off

| November 18, 2016 | Parties

Three Hundred Collins, the 19-unit ultra-luxe boutique property within the stylish South of Fifth neighborhood has officially topped off. The first residential development in Miami for New York City’s “designer for the one percent” Thomas Juul-Hansen, unlike most luxury properties in Miami, the development is conceptualized to serve as an exclusive and contemporary sanctuary where no two of the 19 bespoke residences are alike.

To celebrate the momentous milestone, JMH Development, leading full-service real estate development company and developers for the project, along with ONE Sotheby’s International Realty (ONE SIR) hosted an exclusive event on November 15, 2016 at Prime 112.

Attendees included luxury real estate insiders and Miami’s elite including:
· Principal of JMH Development, Jason Halpern
· Celebrity American Restaurateur and CEO of Myles Restaurant Group, Myles Chefetz
· Commissioner of Miami Beach, Kristen Rosen Gonzalez

Catered by Prime 112, over 75 guests mixed and mingled while enjoying champagne and a selection of American classic hors d'oeuvres with a lively twist. As the exclusive sales & marketing team for the project, all-star ONE SIR attendees also included:

· Founder & CEO, Mayi de la Vega
· President, Daniel de la Vega
· VP, Development Sales, Harvey Daniels
· Executive VP, Development Division, Fernando de Nunez y Lugones

Located in one of the most desirable residential neighborhoods in South Beach, everyone who has purchased at Three Hundred Collins, including renowned restaurateur Myles Chefetz, will use their home as a primary, second or third home. The premiere and modern luxury development, which is 80 percent sold, is priced from $1.7 million to more than $9 million and slated for a timely completion in 2017.

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