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Two months after spending $71.2 million on a landmark oceanfront estate in Palm Beach, billionaire hedge funder Paul Tudor Jones II signed a $53.4 million mortgage for his new property, The Real Deal has learned. The home was the last remaining piece of Casa Apava, a historic 11-acre site that was purchased by developer Dwight Schar in 2004 and sold off in chunks last year....
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From CNBC .Taxes are low, slick offices are cheap, there’s easy access to wealthy retirees and Latin American markets, and perks like good schools and ocean-front villas abound—not to mention virtually eternal sunshine. “It’s just a different quality of life,” said Kelly Smallridge, who has been recruiting asset-management firms from the New York area as CEO of Palm Beach County’s Business Development Board. “People spend...
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Many thanks to CACEIS  and Michael Wolfe for being so gracious sponsoring our Boca Raton PBHFA event last Thursday, to those who flew in from NYC to be part of our community, to our members who were in attendance and have seen our tremendous growth, and to our very special guest Coach Howard Schnellenberger, whose presence made the evening, as he is a true legend...
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http://sfbwmag.com/departments/wealth/edge-hedge Some Press For The PBHFA BY BY KEVIN GALE IN WEALTH • JAN 22ND, 2015 What do cold weather, IRS regulations, high taxes in the Northeast and a change in New York’s mayor have in common? They are all reasons hedge funds are moving to South Florida. What at first seemed a glimmer in the eye of economic development officials seems to be a...
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  Text from the Palm Beach Daily News The remaining oceanfront part of historic Casa Apava has sold for $71.2 million, according to a deed recorded Tuesday on the Palm Beach County Clerk’s website. Adding in the lakefront land sold last year, the estate has fetched a recorded $116.1 million for the sellers, real estate developer Dwight C. Schar and his wife, Martha. That amount...
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