Michael Swerdlow

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Michael Swerdlow
Born 1943 (age 73–74)
Nationality United States
Occupation real estate developer
Spouse(s) Sherie Huffman

Michael Swerdlow (born 1943) is a real estate developer responsible for many large-scale projects in South Florida.[1]

Time line[edit]

Swerdlow History
Year Action
1977-1984 Specialized in bankruptcy liquidations selling over 30,000,000 square feet (2,800,000 m2) of leases.
1985-1987 Now a developer, he built 2 million square feet (180,000 m²) of retail and office space in Northern Virginia, Connecticut and Illinois.
1988 In Florida He led a group of investors to take over Hollywood, Inc., giving him control of 3,000 acres (12 km²) of vacant land and two million square feet (180,000 m²) of functioning properties, at the time valued at $400 million
2005 Begins construction of Biscayne Landing on former Superfund toxic dump Munisport Landfill. Project is intended to include 5,000 condominiums, a hotel, a town center, and a charter school.

Personal life[edit]

He is married to Sherie (née Huffman) Swerdlow.[2]

Projects and controversies[edit]

  • International Swimming Hall of Fame
  • Two skyscraper beach condos on a public beach.
  • Accused of maneuvering a job placement for a political official who aided in the approval of this project[citation needed].

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