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  • May
    13

Ram Sells Laguna Oaks in Orlando, Fla.

May 13, 2015

  • Ram sells Laguna Oaks to 3211 Semoran, LLC
  • Laguna Oaks is a 360-unit garden-style apartment community in Orlando, Fla.

Orlando, Fla., May 13, 2015 – Ram Realty Services, a leading developer and real estate investment manager throughout the Southeast, has announced the sale of Laguna Oaks to 3211 Semoran, LLC.

Laguna Oaks is a 360-unit, garden-style apartment community located in southeast Orlando on South Semoran Avenue. The property enjoys easy access to downtown Orlando and the Orlando International Airport as well as waterfront views of Lake Fredrica. Laguna Oaks offers a host of unique amenities including a boat ramp, fishing pier, waterfront gazebos and picnic area, sand volleyball court, heated spa, swimming pool, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.

Ram acquired Laguna Oaks – formerly The Resort at Lake Fredrica – in December of 2012 from Waterton Residential, and immediately commenced rebranding and renovation of the aging apartments. Community enhancements comprised repainting, landscaping, new outdoor furniture, complete renovation of the clubhouse and lakeside deck, addition of a summer kitchen and business center, and the relocation of an expanded fitness center. Ram also updated 111 units with new appliances, countertops, cabinets, carpeting and modern lighting fixtures.

“Laguna Oaks allowed Ram to fully utilize our acquisitions, re-development and management resources to create a new sense of place in a well known apartment community in Orlando,” said Jennifer Stull, Ram Managing Director of Asset Management. “The neighborhood improvements along Semoran Ave., and the rebranding of the community were well timed to provide both residents and investors the greatest return on the dollars invested.”

CBRE brokered the sale.

About Ram

Founded in 1978, Ram is an affiliated group of companies and partnerships that acquire, develop, manage and finance retail and residential properties in the Southeast. The group also selectively acquires debt secured by retail and residential properties.  Ram is currently investing Ram Realty Partners III LP, a value-added fund targeting retail and multifamily properties in select high growth markets in the Southeast.  Since 1996, the company has deployed $1.7 billion in real estate transactions.  Ram is headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and has offices in Fort Lauderdale and Tampa, Florida and Charlotte, North Carolina. For more information, visit www.ramrealestate.com.

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  • May
    11

RAM FILES HABITAT CONSERVATION PLAN WITH USFWS FOR CORAL REEF COMMONS

May 11, 2015

MIAMI, MAY 8, 2015 – Ram announced today it has filed a Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) with the US Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) for the development of Coral Reef Commons, a 138-acre residential and commercial community in southern Miami-Dade County. The plan calls for 52 acres to be dedicated in perpetuity as preserve. It also includes installing approximately 4 acres of pine rockland plantings within the residential areas, known as “stepping stones.”

Coral Reef Commons was approved by Miami-Dade County in 2013 after eight public hearings. Last July, the Fish & Wildlife Service expressed concern about species that were then being added to the endangered list in the Richmond area, where Coral Reef is located. In response to that concern, Ram decided to delay commencement of the development and instead to undergo consultation with USFWS and to develop a Habitat Conservation Plan.

The plan is a science-based document that includes a survey of species and habitat. The surveys found evidence only of one federally listed wildlife species utilizing habitat within CRC—the Bartram’s scrub-hairstreak butterfly, listed after Ram purchased the property. The survey of habitat describes current conditions and contrasts those with conditions that will prevail on site following the restoration and maintenance of the 52 acres of preserve. The initial cost to restore the preserves to a maintenance level, funded through development of the property, will approach $2 million. An annual maintenance program thereafter and a covenant that runs with the land will insure that the quality of pine rockland and its carrying capacity for species of concern will be enhanced and maintained in perpetuity.

The 86 acres that are being developed consist primarily of disturbed upland and previously developed land. Within the development footprint, only 33 acres of pine rockland can be found, of which 77 percent is considered degraded.

“Although the decision to file this plan will delay the project by more than a year, it has given us the opportunity to respond to expressed concerns and to enhance the plan from an environmental standpoint,” said Ram Chairman Peter D. Cummings. “An additional 12 acres have been added to preserve, including the ‘stepping stones’ located within the residential areas to improve connectivity between the preserve areas. The east and west preserves, previously disconnected, have been joined by the creation of a 50-foot wildlife corridor on the southern border of the property.”

The Coral Reef property was initially developed in the 1940’s as the Richmond Naval Air Base and subsequently was acquired by the University of Miami and utilized as a South Campus and for medical research purposes. Coral Reef Commons is designed to include 900 garden-style residential apartments, a Walmart store and several other retailers and restaurants. The site is located on the south side of Coral Reef Drive (SW 152 Street) at SW 127 Avenue, just to the north of Zoo Miami.

  • May
    7

Ram and Pinnacle Announce Development of Sheridan Station

May 7, 2015

  • Ram and Pinnacle announce redevelopment of former mobile-home park in Hollywood, Fla.
  • Sheridan Station is a 336-unit luxury rental community with a 6-acre public park
  • Demolition to begin immediately; construction to commence thereafter

HOLLYWOOD, Fla.—May 7, 2015—Ram Realty Services, a leading developer and real estate investment manager throughout the Southeast, and Pinnacle Housing Group, a leading multifamily developer who has built over 6,000 units in the past 17 years in Florida, Texas and Mississippi, announce the joint-venture development of Sheridan Station. The luxury apartment community will replace an existing 21-acre mobile home park located just west of I-95 between Sheridan Street and Taft Street in Hollywood, Fla. Demolition of existing structures will begin immediately, followed by start of construction.

Sheridan Station is the first large Class A apartment development in the City of Hollywood in nearly 15 years. This transit-oriented community provides immediate access to the Tri Rail and I-95, and close proximity to Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. When complete, Sheridan Station will comprise one, two and three-bedroom units. It will also include a spacious clubhouse with a large outdoor pool, fitness center, playground and pet areas. The project includes a 6-acre public park that will be built by the developer and dedicated to the City of Hollywood.

“We worked extensively with the neighboring community and the City of Hollywood officials to create a very thoughtful apartment community. Through close coordination with an arborist, hundreds of existing mature trees across the entire site will be preserved—particularly the natural canopy that exists today in the location of the future park,” said Eran Landry, a developer at Ram.

“South Florida residents are embracing mass transit and we are meeting rising demand by building transit-oriented developments and communities,” said Mitch Friedman, partner at Pinnacle Housing Group. “Sheridan Station will offer high-end apartments close to Tri Rail and I-95, making it easy for residents to commute to work.”

The general contractor is Kaufman Lynn.

About Ram

Founded in 1978, Ram is an affiliated group of companies and partnerships that acquire, develop, manage and finance retail and residential properties in the Southeast. The group also selectively acquires debt secured by retail and residential properties.  Ram is currently investing Ram Realty Partners III LP, a value-added fund targeting retail and multifamily properties in select high growth markets in the Southeast.  Since 1996, the company has deployed $1.7 billion in real estate transactions.  Ram is headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and has offices in Fort Lauderdale and Tampa, Florida and Charlotte, North Carolina. For more information, visit www.ramrealestate.com.

About Pinnacle

Pinnacle Housing Group continues to be recognized as an industry leader and multifamily developer in Florida who has constructed and developed over 6,000 units in the past 17 years in Florida, Texas and Mississippi. The firm’s partners, Louis Wolfson III and Mitchell M. Friedman and David O. Deutch are committed to providing high-quality communities that enhance the lives of their residents. Additional information may be found at: www.pinnaclehousing.com.

 

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  • Apr
    27

Ram Sponsors ‘Walk Like MADD 5K’

April 27, 2015

Ram Employees and their family participated in the Fort Lauderdale "Walk Like MADD 5K on Sunday."

Ram Employees and their family participated in the Fort Lauderdale “Walk Like MADD 5K” on Sunday.

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – April 27, 2015 – Ram Realty Services sponsored the “Walk Like MADD” 5K in Fort Lauderdale on Sunday, April 26. The walk took place along the Las Olas Riverwalk and is just one of hundreds of walks across the country put on by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) in an effort to end drunk driving crimes. Employees of Ram showed their support by walking in the 5K and donating to MADD, ultimately raising $1,388 for the organization. In total, the event raised over $175,000.

Money donated to MADD is used for victim services, as well as drunk driving awareness, education and prevention.

About Ram

Founded in 1978, Ram is an affiliated group of companies and partnerships that acquire, develop, manage and finance retail and residential properties in the Southeast. The group also selectively acquires debt secured by retail and residential properties.  Ram is currently investing Ram Realty Partners III LP, a value-added fund targeting retail and multifamily properties in select high growth markets in the Southeast.  Since 1996, the company has deployed $1.7 billion in real estate transactions.  Ram is headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and has offices in Fort Lauderdale and Tampa, Florida and Charlotte, North Carolina. For more information, visit www.ramrealestate.com.

About Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

Founded by a mother whose daughter was killed by a drunk driver, Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) is the nation’s largest nonprofit working to protect families from drunk driving and underage drinking. MADD also supports drunk and drugged driving victims and survivors at no charge, serving one person every 8.6 minutes through local MADD victim advocates and at 1-877-MADD-HELP. For more information, visit www.madd.org.

 

  • Apr
    21

Apartment project proposed in Doral industrial park

April 21, 2015

By Brian Bandell, Senior Reporter via South Florida Business Journal

The trend of converting South Florida office park land to residential could continue as Doral considers an apartment proposal by Ram Realty.

Ram Dev, an affiliate of Peter D. Cummings’ Ram Realty in Palm Beach Gardens, wants to build Intercontinental Village, a 332-unit apartment complex in the Transal Business Park. The company has the 16.4-acre site under contract with current owner Avente Ltd.

Transal Business Park is zoned industrial, although it has a hotel and a restaurant that are considered compatible uses for the business park.

The property that could go residential is located on the south side of Northwest 27th Street at Northwest 84th Avenue. That’s next to the Intercontinental at Doral hotel.

A handful of other industrial and office properties in Doral have residential development plans pending.

  • Apr
    16

Ram Sells The Cypress Shopping Center

April 16, 2015

Ram Sells The Cypress Shopping Center

  • Ram sells The Cypress Shopping Center to DFG-Tampa Cypress, LLC
  • The Cypress Shopping Center is a 111,228 SF property located in Tampa, Fla.
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Tampa, Fla., April 14, 2015—Ram Realty Services, a leading developer and real estate investment manager throughout the Southeast, has announced the sale of The Cypress Shopping Center to DFG-Tampa Cypress, LLC. Dennis Carson of CBRE Inc., brokered the sale.

The Cypress Shopping Center is located at the heart of the rapidly growing, affluent Wesley Chapel area of Tampa, Fla., known as New Tampa, and includes 111,228 SF of retail space. It is currently 93% occupied and anchored by LA Fitness and Sweetbay. Ram will retain two pad sites and three outparcels as part of the deal.

The Cypress was originally constructed in 2009. In late 2011, Ram acquired interest in the asset for its third fund (RRPIII) through the purchase of two promissory notes secured by a first mortgage and directed by Regions Bank. Ram subsequently took title of the property in May 2013 and brought it to its current stabilization.

About Ram

Founded in 1978, Ram is an affiliated group of companies and partnerships that acquire, develop, manage and finance retail and residential properties in the Southeast. The group also selectively acquires debt secured by retail and residential properties.  Ram is currently investing Ram Realty Partners III LP, a value-added fund targeting retail and multifamily properties in select high growth markets in the Southeast.  Since 1996, the company has deployed $1.7 billion in real estate transactions.  Ram is headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and has offices in Fort Lauderdale and Tampa, Florida and Charlotte, North Carolina. For more information, visit www.ramrealestate.com.

  • Apr
    14

That village vibe: South Floridians embracing developments with residential, retail units

April 14, 2015

By Johnny Diaz via the Sun Sentinel

South Florida is feeling the village vibe.

The Manor at Flagler Village in Fort Lauderdale, The Mark at CityScape in Boca Raton and other soon-to-come, residential-retail complexes are adding to a growing urban sprawl, as people look to move into the greater downtown areas and enjoy shops and restaurants just a short walk away from their doorsteps.

“We were seeing a suburban model for so many years. People are shifting back to the city center,” said Barbara Blake Boy, executive director of the Broward County Planning Council. “I think it’s an attraction to the amenities and what the downtowns have to offer.”

CityPlace in West Palm Beach, Royal Palm Place in Boca Raton, The Venture in Aventura and The Residences at the Village of Merrick Park in Coral Gables all have led the way toward more of these mixed-use developments. Developers and analysts agree there is demand for complexes with businesses on the ground floor and residential units above.

The 12-story Via Mizner, which will have luxury residential rental units and shops, is under construction at the corner of Federal Highway and Camino Real.

And later this year, The Related Group, which developed The Manor at Flagler Village, is expected to break ground on West Palm Beach Marina Village. The mixed-use development would feature six towers of 1,059 units, 15,000-square feet of restaurants and 10,000 square feet of retail stores, according to the developer.

Agave Ponce LLC has proposed building a Mediterranean Village on the former Old Spanish Village site on Ponce Circle in Coral Gables.

Some South Florida architecture experts say these urban complexes stand out in style and function, contrasting with what’s traditionally been built in the region.

“What’s really important about these new buildings is their relationship to the city,” said David Rifkind, an associate architecture professor at Florida International University, in an email. “They engage the city, rather than wall themselves off from it.

“Many of these complexes include ground-level retail [shops and restaurants] that foster a lively street life, and create public spaces open to both residents and non-residents. That creates the kind of rich, vibrant community that we see in the Art Walks in FAT Village, and which are typically missing in developments.”

Jeffrey Huber, an assistant architecture professor at Florida Atlantic University, thinks the region is seeing more of these mixed-use developments “because the market, like municipalities, are rediscovering ‘walkable urbanism’ … Homebuyers are willing to spend more to be within a certain distance of urban retail development, and the market is merely reacting to this demand.”

At The Manor at Flagler Village, flags hang off street poles touting “Beach, Urban, Chic.” The development has a beachside resort-type feel but is blocks away from downtown Fort Lauderdale skyscrapers. It has a clubhouse, fitness center, and daytime music playing on the speakers above the pool (as well as underwater).

New residents Dennis and Amanda Weiss say they moved to South Florida from just outside Houston, Texas, seeking a warmer climate and a close proximity to the beach and downtown. They found The Manor online and liked “the amenities, the pool, the fitness center, the restaurants going up,” said Dennis Weiss, 25. “It’s like a luxury community.”

Open since last summer, the complex off Federal Highway and Northeast Fifth Terrace offers luxury studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, with monthly rent starting at $1,700.

There’s also a courtyard with towering bamboo trees and a fire pit, creating a Zen-like garden. Colada Cuban Coffee House and Eatery and the Mellow Mushroom pizza place are scheduled to open next month, developers say. A nail and hair salon and a craft beer bar also are in the plans.

“It creates a village for people, for pedestrians to walk around and shop and enjoy the nightlife as well,” said Arturo Peña, vice president and development manager at The Related Group.

“We definitely think it’s sprawl, it’s urbanism, people who want to be able to walk to the grocery store, walk to retail and not rely on their car,” added Peña, whose complex is 80 percent full. It sits next-door to another new complex, The Edge at Flagler Village, which has 331 units.

In Boca Raton, the 12-story Mark at CityScape is expected to officially open in May with 208 units and more than 18,000 square feet of restaurant/retail space on the ground level, according to the developer. Staying true to Boca Raton’s traditional Addison Mizner style of architecture, the white-hued complex features a Spanish red-tiled roof.

The development has allowed some residents to move into their studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units in March, with rents averaging $2,100 a month. Officials for the developer, Ram Realty Services, said they are negotiating leases with a yoga studio and restaurants for the ground floor.

Mixed-use developments are attracting a diverse mix of folks, said Hugo Pacanins, a managing director of residential development at Ram Realty Services.

“You have some younger professionals that work in Boca or close to Boca and they don’t want to live out west. And you have an older population, empty-nesters who don’t want to live in the big house in West Boca,” he said.

“A lot of people are downsizing from big homes and moving into downtown locations because they want to have the ability to walk to the restaurants or walk to Trader Joe’s … They are willing to sacrifice the space, the size of the unit, to live in a downtown location,” Pacanins added. “We are trying to create a destination.”

Johnny Diaz can be reached at johnnydiaz@sunsentinel.com or 954-356-4939.

  • Apr
    9

New Apartments offer lofty living in West Palm Beach

April 9, 2015

By Alexandra Clough – Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Click here to read the article on PalmBeachPost.com 

What once was a historic telephone building now is home to an airy loft apartment building, the first of several new apartment projects set to
open in downtown West Palm Beach.

Final touches are being made to Alexander Lofts, an 85-unit converted loft building at 326 Fern Street set for occupancy in May. The historic property, previously known as The Meridian, was built in 1926 for Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph as a regional office headquarters. Palm Beach Gardens-based Ram purchased the building and an adjacent property for $5.25 million in 2012.

Ram converted the Meridian building into apartments and renamed the six-story property Alexander Lofts, after telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell. In tribute to the property’s origins, a mural on the east-facing exterior wall is a a colorful surrealist portrait of Bell. The mural was completed last year by Los Angeles artist Tristan Eaton, who used 600 cans of acrylic spray paint over 15 days to create the artwork.

When Ram bought the property three years ago, Ram chairman Peter Cummings said the goal was to create apartments “very different from new construction.”

It appears he succeeded.

The converted loft apartments feature adaptable open space. This means there no interior bedroom doors, just walls. (Bathrooms do have doors, however.)

Soaring ceilings, some as high as 15 feet, neutral color palates and industrial features, such as exposed ductwork, blend the historic elements of the building with modern finishes, such as glass-and-marble backsplash in the kitchen.

The property consists of studios, one and two-bedroom apartments. Rental rates still are being finalized.

But Hugo Pacanins, managing director of multifamily for Ram Realty Services, said monthly rents will start at $1,350. The building is pet friendly and has Wi- Fi throughout.

Reminders of the 1926 building’s historic roots are everywhere. Some units have original, 10-foot transom windows. Exposed brick decorates the lobby. Even the lobby’s modern ceiling light fixtures, large orbs lit in white and yellow, resemble the telephone assembly of rotary phones.

Pacanins said the goal was to create apartment space that was bright and neutral, to allow the apartments to be a “canvas” for tenants.

Back in 2012, Cummings said the cost of the Alexander Lofts redo could equal the purchase price.

In fact, Pacanins said, the conversion was about double the $5.5 million purchase price. Construction challenges, including piping, electrical and even exterior pavement issues were among the reasons for the added expenses, which sometimes take place with historic properties, Pacanins said.

In any event, Ram finally is at the finish line with the lofts. Plans are to start leasing in about two weeks, Pacanins said.

More WPB apartments
Farther north in downtown, the first apartment complex that is all brand-new construction is moving along well. The first residents are expected to be in Loftin Place by October, according to the developer. Loftin Place is between North Dixie Highway and North Olive Avenue, with Sixth Street on the south and Eucalyptus Street bordering the north side of the property. The first phase is in progress, with 259 planned studios, one- and twobedroom apartments, said Nader Salour, a principal with Cypress Realty in Jupiter. Leasing for the first completed units in this phase will start in May or June. When the property’s second phase is completed, Loftin Place will consist of 463 units.

Alexandra Clough writes about the economy, real estate and the law.

  • Apr
    3

TJ Maxx opens at University Center

April 3, 2015

Jacksonville, Fla. (April 3, 2015)— Nationwide retailer TJ Maxx hosted hundreds of customers in its grand opening at Ram’s University Center in Jacksonville, Fla., last weekend. TJ Maxx backfilled 24,067 square feet of the former Stein Mart space, bringing occupancy to 100%. Beall’s Outlet occupies the remaining 21,020 square feet of the former Stein Mart space.

Located at the SE corner of W. University and St. Augustine Road, University Center boasts 102,7898 square feet of retail space and serves a diverse customer base. Other notable tenants include LA Fitness, Dollar Tree, McDonald’s and CVS.

About Ram

Founded in 1978, Ram is an affiliated group of companies and partnerships that acquire, develop, manage and finance retail and residential properties in the Southeast. The group also selectively acquires debt secured by retail and residential properties.  Ram is currently investing Ram Realty Partners III LP, a value-added fund targeting retail and multifamily properties in select high growth markets in the Southeast.  Since 1996, the company has deployed $1.7 billion in real estate transactions.  Ram is headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and has offices in Fort Lauderdale and Tampa, Florida and Charlotte, North Carolina.

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  • Mar
    25

Peace, Love & Wellness Music Festival Returning to Midtown

March 25, 2015

Palm Beach Gardens, FL (March 17, 2015) Yoga for kids, mural painting, ‘play-an-instrument’ children’s tent and more join the Mainstreet at Midtown’s 3rd Annual Peace Love & Wellness Music Festival on April 11 from Noon to 4 p.m. Featuring live performances from Ketchy Shuby and Hip Abduction on the main stage, the afternoon block party showcases healthy lifestyle vendors and family fun. Additionally, Midtown’s own Cantina Laredo will host a “Yappy Hour” inviting people to bring their dogs on leashes and Big Dog Ranch Rescue will be on hand with furry friends for adoption.
Attendees to the coolest block party of the year can participate in free yoga classes in The Yoga Zone, visit Midtown restaurants and food trucks for lunch, take the family to the interactive kid’s zone, browse an eclectic range of vendors and partake in massages and demonstrations.
Vendor space is available for the event by contacting Belle Forino, Marketing Manager for Mainstreet at Midtown, by phoning 561.282.4623 or emailing bforino@ramrealestate.com. The day’s events for this year’s Midtown Peace, Love & Wellness Music Festival are as follows:
FAMILY FUN

KIDS ROCK N ROLL TENT: Kids try ROCK N ROLL instruments in a real band setting with musicians who will demonstrate the basics of playing a variety of musical instruments.
 
PAINTING ACTIVITIES with The Lighthouse ArtCenter
 
FACE PAINTER
 
KIDS YOGA with Palm Beach Athletic Wear & Yoga
Noon – 12:30 pm at The Yoga Zone

Kids Band (TRAFFIC JAM): Performing at the KIDS ROCK n ROLL TENT run by LIVE MUSIC COMMUNITY.
1:45 pm – 2 pm
 
BIG DOG RANCH will be bringing dogs for adoption.
 
LIVE MUSIC on the MAIN STAGE
Ketchy Shuby Noon – 1:30 pm
The Hip Abduction 2 pm – 4 pm
YOGA ZONE with Palm Beach Athletic Wear & Yoga
BYO Yoga Gear for free yoga classes. 
Noon – 12:30 – Kids yoga class with Miss Chrissy (30 minutes)
12:45 – 1:15 – Gentle / Basic Yoga (30 minutes)
1:15 – 1:45 –  Gentle/Basic Yoga (30 minutes)
2:45 – 3:15 – Gentle/Basic Yoga (30 minutes)
PETS
FUNDRAISING RAFFLE supporting BIG DOG RANCH 
Tickets sold at: The MIDTOWN and BIG DOG RANCH tents and at CANTINA LAREDO’s YAPPY HOUR.
 
YAPPY HOUR at Cantina Laredo
Noon to 4 pm
Bring your dogs and party with friends of Big Dog Ranch at Cantina Laredo’s YAPPY HOUR during the MIDTOWN PEACE LOVE & WELLNESS MUSIC FESTIVAL. Dogs on the leash are welcome.
 
DONATE YOUR OLD YOGA MAT
Palm Beach Athletic Wear & Yoga is inviting everyone to bring their old yoga mats and old linens to donate to Big Dog Ranch.
IN-STUDIO DEMOS
PALM BEACH ATHLETIC WEAR & YOGA 
Studio FREE
1:30-2:30 – Beginner Anti-Gravity Yoga Fundamentals
3:00 – Aerial Yoga Demo
3:15 – Aerial Yoga Demo
3:30 – Aerial Yoga Demo
3:45 – Aerial Yoga Demo
 
CORE EVOLUTION
Introduction to the Megaformer Classes. Each class can hold 10 people. Sign up at the studio to take a FREE class. 
1:15-1:30  
2:15-2:30
3:15-3:30
FOOD
Cantina Laredo, Veggie Express and Rock in Roll Out will all be offering healthy samplings along with:  Christopher’s Kitchen, Chipotle and Saito’s.
The 3rd Annual Midtown Peace, Love & Wellness Music Festival grooves in on April 11 from Noon until 4 pm at Midtown PGA 4801 PGA Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens. The event line-up joins the dining and shopping destination’s 12-week free concert series, Music on the Plaza; the swede fest™ palm beach amateur film festival and more.
FOR CALENDARS:
DATE: Saturday April 11, 2015
TIME: Noon to 4 pm
LOCATION: Mainstreet at Midtown
4801 PGA Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens
 
ENTERTAINMENT: A mix of live bands spreading good vibrations, wellness vendors, demonstrations, yoga classes, kids zone, “yappy hour” and additional food and drinks available.
For information about the bands, available sponsorships and other details, contact Belle Forino, Marketing Manager for Mainstreet at Midtown, by phoning 561.282.4623 or emailing bforino@ramrealestate.com. Website:http://www.midtownpga.com
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