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Food Hall Proposed for Downtown Delray Beach

May 24, 2018

Just when you thought Delray Beach couldn’t possibly get any hipper, a proposed food hall appears on the radar. Delray City Market, 30,000 square foot food hall be located at 33 SE 3rd Avenue just one-half block south of Atlantic Avenue.

According to the Palm Beach Post, restaurant giant, Dennis Max and real estate developer Craig Menin are planning the project. The food hall would be part of a larger four-story property with a parking garage and rooftop community garden.

The food hall would feature 30 vendors with a range of choices, live music, cooking classes and guest chefs. According to the article, ‘œMax said it’s not enough to fill the space with vendors. The space needs to be visually appealing. Max said Menin is committed to doing it right’¦the best of the best, not just a builder looking to make money.’

If approved by the city, Delray City Center could be built and ready to open by the summer of 2019 according to Max. See full article

Delray Beach is a popular destination for residents and tourists alike and has been selected as an All American City three times. Ready to move to this thriving coastal town? Check out just a few of Nick Malinosky’s Delray Beach exclusive listings:
1033 Waterway Lane listed at $11.99M
1010 Beach Drive listed at $6.8M
1001 Vista del Mar listed at $5.695M
1400 Lake Drive listed at $2.249M
Or build your dream home on the seaside parcel located at 734 South Ocean Boulevard listed at $1.65M

Want more information about the Luxury Real Estate Market? Please contact Douglas Elliman Agent, Nicholas Malinosky for more details.

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Nicholas Malinosky Sold Delray Beach Oceanfront Estate for $27 Million

March 19, 2018

Nicholas Malinosky just sold the oceanfront estate located at 901 South Ocean Boulevard, Delray Beach, Florida for $27M. See Palm Beach Post article

Designed by the best in the business, Affiniti Architects, Marc Michaels interiors built by Mark Timothy Homes, this oceanfront compound offers the finest construction and finishes. Ideally located in the renowned Estate Section of Delray Beach, just seconds to the famed Atlantic Avenue, just North of Boca Raton’s Mizner Park, and South of Palm Beach Island’s Worth Avenue. The residence features six full bedrooms; seven full and three half baths; and 16,000 square feet. See Property Details

Douglas Elliman agents Devin Kay (list side) and Nicholas Malinosky (buy side) achieved this notable transaction; the second highest oceanfront sale in Delray Beach. See Miami Curbed article

Nicholas Malinosky has been honored to sell this property three times; in February 2013, Randy & Nick sold the land to builder, Mark Timothy, Inc; in February 2015, Randy & Nick sold the brand new home; and on March 15 Nick sold it again.

The luxury real estate market is active and The Randy & Nick Team are working hard with over $75 million in sales this year. Ready to put Randy & Nick’s expertise to work for you? Contact Nick Malinosky and Randy Ely to start the conversation.

Delray Beach Is One of Best Small Towns to Visit in America

October 12, 2017

Delray Beach has yet once again received accolades! This time for being named one of the ‘œBest Small Towns to Visit in America’. The Palm Beach Post featured Delray Beach’s big news declaring that ‘œour county is among some very cool places in the country’. Thrillist, who created the list, describes Delray Beach as, ‘œNot just for grandparents anymore. In the past decade, Delray has begun to use the word ‘˜hip’ to precede something other than ‘˜replacement’. Atlantic Avenue has gone from daytime retiree corridor to the top nightlife destination in the country.’ See article

Thrillist created the list of cities that are ‘œunderappreciated gems’ with a maximum population of 70,000. They asked dozens of writers across the United States to find small cities where they could see themselves living. Cities with lots to do when you want and nothing to do when you unplug ‘“ a place to ‘œscratch out a cool life’. Thrillist published the list in August and provided a brief description of why each location made the cut. In addition to Delray Beach, Florida other featured cities include:
Hood River, Oregan
Brisbee, Arizona
Port Chester, New York
Greenville, South Carolina
Golden, Colorado
Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Portland, Maine
San Marcos, Texas
Burlington, Iowa
Joshua Tree, California
Northampton, Massachusetts
Bozeman, Montana
Wilmington, Delaware
Rogers, Arkansas
See Thrillist article for full details.

Nicholas Malinosky and Randy Ely have over 40 years combined experience marketing and selling some of the finest properties Delray Beach has to offer. If you are thinking of buying or selling a luxury home in Delray Beach, please contact Randy & Nick today.