Frankie Muniz’s western-style mansion hits the market

Frankie Muniz House

Frankie Muniz and his Scottsdale, Ariz., home; also his 1995 Volkswagen Jetta


From the New York website: Actor Frankie Muniz has listed his western-style home in Scottsdale, Ariz., for $2.95 million.


“Malcolm in the Middle” and “Sharknado 3” star’s stone and stucco home features five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a home theater, waterfalls and a pool, according to the New York Post.

1995 Volkswagen Jetta

1995 Volkswagen Jetta


But his house isn’t the only thing Muniz is selling off. He recently put his 1995 Volkswagen Jetta from the original “The Fast and the Furious” movie up for auction at the classic car auction house Barrett-Jackson.


The car is signed by the late Paul Walker and comes with a custom stereo with a built-in PlayStation 2. Muniz bought the car in 2002 for $100,000.












[NYP] Christopher Cameron



Mutton Snapper Workshops Begin Monday

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Reminder: Mutton snapper workshops begin Monday in South Florida.



If you fish for mutton snapper or are just interested in their management, please attend one of these workshops.


Visit and click on “Saltwater,” “Rulemaking” and “Public Workshops” for more information.


Workshop dates and times are as follows (all times are Eastern):


Feb. 1 – Fort Lauderdale



SAFMC and FWC workshop 4-7 p.m.


Hilton Garden Inn Fort Lauderdale Airport-Cruise Port


180 SW 18th Ave.


Dania Beach/Fort Lauderdale, FL 33004




Feb. 2 – Duck Key



SAFMC and FWC workshop 4-7 p.m.


Hawks Cay


61 Hawks Cay Blvd.


Duck Key, FL 33050




Feb. 3 – Key West



SAFMC and FWC workshop 4-7 p.m.


Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel


3841 N. Roosevelt Blvd.


Key West, FL 33040




Feb. 4 – Key Largo



FWC workshop 6-8 p.m.


Murray Nelson Government Center 102050 Overseas Highway Key Largo, FL 33037




Feb. 15 – St. Petersburg



FWC workshop 6-8 p.m. 3rd Floor Conference Room


100 8th Ave. SE


St. Petersburg, FL 33201




Feb. 16 – Naples



FWC workshop 6-8 p.m.


Golden Gate Community Center


4701 Golden Gate Pkwy.


Naples, FL 34116


Feb. 17 – Stuart


FWC workshop 6-8 p.m. City of Stuart


Commission Chambers


121 SW Flagler Ave.


Stuart, FL 34994


Feb. 24 – Webinar


FWC workshop 5:30-7:30 p.m.


RSVP to the Division of Marine Fisheries Management at 850-487-0554 to obtain instructions to join the meeting via the voice-only line.


The Wrap: Miami-Dade exploring rail link to the American Dream mega-mall, Palm Beach County commission votes could open western areas to more development…and more


A rendering of Triple Five’s proposed American Dream Miami


1. Miami-Dade exploring rail link to the American Dream mega-mall [Miami Herald]


2. Commission votes could open western areas to more development [Palm Beach Post]


3. MiamiCentral station ready to go vertical [The Next Miami]


4. Private jet charter company launches flights to Cuba from South Florida [SFBJ]



— Sean Stewart-Muniz



The Wrap: The stories behind how 25 Miami-Dade neighborhoods got their names, Shul of Bal Harbour to double its size in $20 million building expansion…and more


A vintage 1940’s postcard of Bayfront Park in Miami (Credit: Joe Haupt)


1. The stories behind how 25 Miami-Dade neighborhoods got their names [Miami New Times]


2. Shul of Bal Harbour to double its size in $20 million building expansion [Miami Herald]


3. Akerman gearing up to move headquarters across Miami [Daily Business Review]


4. Miami’s Coconut Grove grows from Birkenstocks to billionaires [Wall Street Journal]



— Sean Stewart-Muniz



HD – Kenney on Kissimmee






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Kenney on Kissimmee, photo by Vance McCullough. J.T. Kenney at a FLW Tour event on Lake Kissimmee. Read about some top bass tactics in Vance McCullough’s feature story, “5 Headline Moves,” in the February issue of Florida Sportsman.



Sportsman HD Gallery






Commissioner: vote on Miami 21 changes could be deferred

A 2009 photo of Miami's skyline (Credit: Nigel Morris)

A 2009 photo of Miami’s skyline (Credit: Nigel Morris)


A controversial amendment to the Miami 21 zoning code will likely be deferred a second time as its author hammers out the kinks, according to city commissioner Francis Suarez.


The proposal met stiff resistance from Miami’s real estate community when it first came to the city commission for a vote in November. Brokers and developers’ chief concern was a lack of clarity about what the changes meant for small landowners and developers.


City documents show the amendment would set new minimums for developable lots throughout Miami. Some of the biggest changes were in the T4 urban districts like Little Havana, where minimum lot sizes would jump from just 1,400 square feet to 10,000 square feet and up. And in T6 zones like Brickell, the minimum size for a lot would grow from 5,000 square feet to 20,000 square feet.

A chart of the proposed changes

(Click to enlarge) A chart of the proposed changes


Those with the most to lose include small lot owners, who would potentially lose their ability to develop without buying more parcels or requesting a variance. But commissioner Suarez told The Real Deal that wouldn’t be the case.


He said his recent conversations with Francisco Garcia, director of the Planning and Zoning Department, revealed owners of parcels that are already platted have a vested right to develop. The changes would primarily be felt by developers who want to subdivide their lots into parcels that would individually fall below the new minimums.


The proposal is back on the agenda for Thursday’s planning and zoning meeting, but commissioner Suarez told TRD there’s a good chance it will be delayed for another 30 to 60 days.


“The reservations that have been expressed in my opinion have not been completely addressed,” Suarez said. “Our planning director is still trying to clarify the language.”



The Wrap: Developers delivering affordable housing amidst high demand, why homes in major U.S. cities are nearly impossible to afford…and more


A rendering of the Courtside Family Apartments affordable housing community in Miami


1. Developers delivering affordable housing amidst high demand [Daily Business Review]


2. Why homes in major U.S. cities are nearly impossible to afford [Curbed Miami]


3. Publix and TJX sign leases at Miami’s River Landing [The Next Miami]


4. New home sales in the U.S. rise during December [Wall Street Journal]



— Sean Stewart-Muniz