Canyon Ranch Living Miami Beach -New Lawsuit Over Name

Canyon Ranch Miami Beach

Canyon Ranch Miami Beach

Canyon Ranch Living Miami Beach -New Lawsuit Over Name. News came across the internet via PR Newswire this week relaying unhappy buyers who are now suing the developer of the famous mid-beach Canyon Ranch Living development for alleged deceptive and unfair trade practices in the promotion & sales of condominium units.

It is not permissible to use the Canyon Ranch name upon purchasing the new Canyon Ranch residence in Miami Beach. According to the project website, Canyon Ranch Living Miami Beach was designed to meet the very high-quality standards of its destination resorts.

The lawsuit asserts that the Canyon Ranch brand name is temporary at best and that purchasers were induced into purchasing units at the project due to the alleged deception that it was part of the Canyon Ranch brand and family, when in fact, there was nothing more than a phantom management agreement through which Canyon Ranch partially operates the project for a limited term and unit owners are restricted from trading on the Canyon Ranch name. SOURCE Aaron Resnick

The complaint filed by Resnick notes that the developer spent millions of dollars advertising and promoting Canyon Ranch Living Miami Beach to consumers with the expectation of purchasing an exclusive Canyon Ranch unit. The article mentions the developer’s attorneys refusing to turn over the management contract with Canyon Ranch. They wrote that the management contract only applies to “spa-related services” and is not a “management agreement.”

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I was under the impression these are exclusive Canyon Ranch units with a management operation similar to Canyon Ranch in Arizona and functioning as a Canyon Ranch Resort. However, buyer remorse is abundant in this real estate market, with unhappy flippers and speculators looking for any way out. Seek legal advice for contract loopholes. I’ve heard mostly great things about the new Canyon Ranch Living Miami Beach development. I know the values, location, and amenities need to be improved. I’d like to hear from other residents or anyone “in the know” on the opinions and facts related to this great new Miami Beach real estate development.

Here’s the real estate scoop at Canyon Ranch Miami Beach.

MLS data: 59 condos for sale (ranging from $400k – $3.750M) out of ~431 total condos (14% inventory) .{+150 Canyon Ranch Hotel Suites} with average asking price per square foot at $788 and average (6-month history) selling price per square foot at $658. It takes 80 days on average for a condo to sell at Canyon Ranch. The condos are selling at (sale price to list price ratio) 92.2% of the list price! There are 2 condos under contract today, each above $1M.

My personal opinion on the 3 best deals at Canyon Ranch

  1. 6801 COLLINS # 1604
  2. 6801 Collins Avenue # C1217
  3. 6801 Collins Av # 1505

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About Ashton Coleman

Ashton is a tech & social media savvy professional who understands the industry providing white-glove service with a wealth of experience, an impeccable reputation, and a keen ability to efficiently handle all facets of real estate. Ashton’s territory has grown significantly since 2002, marketing & selling extraordinary South Florida coastal real estate from Miami Beach to Lighthouse Point. A Certified Luxury Homes Marketing Specialist (Million Dollar Guild), with a multitude of other residential certifications, Ashton provides both exceptional service and unique selling techniques. His success is attributed to an unparalleled work ethic with years of experience including top-tier professional services where the ‘art of the deal’ is mastered in contract negotiations, deal-making intricacies and the end, results-driven real estate.

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8 thoughts on “Canyon Ranch Living Miami Beach -New Lawsuit Over Name

  1. Ashton,

    The “impression” you had was incorrect. All the buyers had their 15 days due diligence to find out any information they felt was necessary.

    The contracts read: “North Carillon, L.L.C.” was the developer.

    I bet this vaporizes just like all the rest of the suits by unhappy “flippers.”

  2. I have been to all the Canyon Ranch facilities around the country and recently purchased a unit in the Miami Beach building. I can honestly say that the amenities, spa, classes, restaurant, and other brand associated aspects are incredible. I couldn’t be happier with my purchase!

  3. I am a VERY satisfied owner. The place is incredible and I have nothing to complain. This is the perfect tie to buy a unit. Tomorrow might be too late!!!

  4. Thank you ‘owner’.. I was in showing rentals yesterday and they are truly redefining the face of “Miami (mid) Beach.” The values {today} both rental and sale are exceptional. The amenities, all inclusive and above what most would expect. I expect great things to blossom in the next 2+ years for the immediate vicinity along with Canyon Ranch values.

    Any retail space insights would be greatly appreciated…

  5. I am interested in purchasing a unit in the north tower. Can you give me any insights into the constuction issues, if any, services, common charges, pricing of units and market trends..thanks