SUPERSTAR Lionel Richie was among the guests of TOWN Residential this week during the firm’s Art Basel Miami Beach sojourn.
Founder and CEO Andrew Hieberger is in Miami along with 100 TOWN Ambassadors for the art fair that annually attracts over 70,000 people from around the world.
“Art Basel Miami is not only the world’s leading art fair, it has become a showcase for the world’s most luxurious brands representing fashion, entertainment, yachting, real estate, hospitality and more,” said Heiberger.
“The week attracts art enthusiasts and aficionados alike with many of our clients and customers in attendance.”
On Monday, Hieberger hosted a cocktail party and formal dinner at The Villa, Casa Casuarina, to welcome the firm’s executives, representatives and special guests, including Richie.
The Villa was originally built in 1930 by the architect, author and philanthropist Alden Freeman and later purchased by the fashion designer, Gianni Versace. Today, The Villa operates as a boutique hotel.
The evening was hosted in collaboration with Insignia-BNT, one of New York’s pre-eminent title insurance companies.
During the week, TOWN agents will enjoy a private viewing of the Littlest Sister at Spinello Projects; the De La Cruz Collection; Anonimo at M Building; The Margulies Collection; and The Wynwood Walls, the transformed warehouse district which now serves as larger than life canvases for the world’s leading street and graffiti artists.
TOWN Residential has also curated an all-day tour of more than 25 developments, Island properties and luxury homes.
There will also be a yacht tour and trip to Privè, a private island in the Intracoastal Waterway ranked as the #1 Most Desired Ultra-Luxury Residences in Florida.
The Weichert Family of Companies has launched its 37th Annual Weichert Toy Drive.
Members of the community are invited to drop off new, unwrapped toys at Weichert sales offices through December 11.
The toys will be delivered throughout the holidays to local charities that assist financially and physically disadvantaged children.
Employees working at both the Weichert corporate headquarters in Morris Plains, NJ, and the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park, NJ., will participate. The toys collected by employees of both organizations will be donated to the United Way of Northern New Jersey.