The Greenwald Group develops with a commitment to quality and a desire to improve the surrounding community.
Allen R. Greenwald, a long-time resident of the Miami area, was born in Monticello, New York on April 20, 1932. He graduated from Miami Beach High School in 1950. Upon graduation from the University of Miami in 1954, Greenwald served with the U.S. Army Signal Corps from 1955 until 1957.
In 1960 Mr. Greenwald stated his own real estate business which has evolved into the Greenwald Group.
Greenwald Group President Scott Greenwald continues the tradition as a Miami and Miami Beach Pioneer with involvement in the South Beach and North Bay Village resurgence. Greenwald has developed innovative projects and adaptive renovations such as Ocean Place, a modem, Art Deco-style Ocean Drive condominium designed by Arquitectonica and Luna Mar, a former synagogue at 1545 Jefferson Avenue which consists of eight two-story loft units. The acclaimed Industry Lofts, on Lenox Avenue just south of Lincoln Road, which was one of the first authentic loft projects transforming the vintage Bell South building into 17 authentic live/work lofts. The Flats on Lenox, a stunning transformation of an abandon commercial building into a 3 story full floor loft style living spaces. In North Bay Village Greenwald has replaced an ageing shopping center with The Lexi, a modern 164 mixed-use development. Currently Greenwald is converting the abandon WIOD radio station into a 30 story 340 foot tall luxury waterfront mixed-use condominium tower that will transform the North Bay Village waterfront.
President and founder of the Andi Greenwald Development Group, Andi Greenwald continues to leave an impeccable and indelible mark on Miami Beach. With a resume that includes six South Beach development projects, two Miami Design Preservation League awards for excellence in restoration, and a key to the City of Miami Beach, Ms. Greenwald is striving for greater heights. Her current projects include Bali, an elegant restoration of two south Beach buildings into four deluxe longhouses, a 15,000 square foot waterfront mansion on North Bay Road, and a beautiful new construction home on the Miami Beach Golf Course.
Greenwald takes pride in her passion for detail. No aspect of her projects, from the sidewalk pavers to the bathroom sinks, to the custom window treatments escapes her attention. “I take fabulous properties and make them shine,” Greenwald says, shaiing credit with Rory Gershon of the Gershon Group interior design firm, landscaper Michele Hill, architect Blake Thorson and contactor Robert Seraphin.