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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: NYC Master Thread
« on: April 13, 2021, 11:52:32 PM »
Anyone has been to Spa 88 that can speak about the היימישער מצב or just in general?

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Orlando Master Thread
« on: March 07, 2021, 11:22:24 PM »
Driving to Orlando for pesach  what's the best way to take my frozen and refrigerated food?
There are refrigerated trucks driving down.
Check the chats.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Orlando Master Thread
« on: March 02, 2021, 01:15:41 AM »
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Just Shmooze / Re: For the old age: The LMS thread
« on: March 02, 2021, 01:14:34 AM »
Here

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Up In The Air / Re: A New LGA
« on: February 28, 2021, 04:41:09 PM »
Lol, there's no way it's such a big difference to warrant switching from the airlines/flight one would've have otherwise booked. When did you last fly out of B? Didn't feel like a lot of walking to us at all. It could also depend on which concourse. You can see from the pic above that the old concourses in B involve more walking. Also, while C, or even D, might be less walking for now, they've already started construction on the new departures/arrivals hall there, and when they're done it'll likely be even more walking than B.

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I flew in/out with AA. I had to go down a level and then walk a while.
Flying NK/F9 is a breeze out of terminal C.

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Up In The Air / Re: A New LGA
« on: February 22, 2021, 12:19:13 AM »
You got to walk forever now when flying from terminal b. I stick to c.

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I hope this is the right forum, to vent all my ספיקות.
As I am looking already for quite sometime into the South Florida housing market, as an option to own a vacation house which should eventually cover itself through rentals over peak seasons. I found that North Miami Beach is out of the budget already.
Some background: I am Chasidish, with some strict values, for example i need a walking distance men mikva, especially for shabbos morning. Upto 1 hour walking should be good. I walked sometimes when I went on vacation, more than an hour per direction for טבילת עזרא.
Minyan I am ok with Chasidish, Chabad, Yeshivish/Sefard/Ashkenaz.
Food, I am not at the age anymore that I should have a must for real fancy restaurants. But I do need a supermarket with basic kosher food with heimeishe hechsheirim.
Since I live in Lakewood in a decent size house, I am not looking to go there Pesach/Succos. As of now I can't even go even I want, for many reasons.
So therefore i have no problem on counting on the rental income.
Over the Winter, in our current situation we won't go down more than once over the winter, kids are in school, young kids, etc.
Over the summer we are looking to spend there the Aug month, as we drove down over the last few years, and we really loved it. Yes in the hot weather, but the private pool and the quietness is very good.
I remember when some Chasidish people moved from NY to North Miami Beach about 15 years ago and houses were cheap. At that time approximately many chasidish people bought there for a vacation home, and they are really having a use of it now, and are able to rent it out for top money during season.
My question is, is there chances that Tampa might be in the same position? Some Chasidish people moving from NY, that will make it a nice size OOT Community with their local grocery etc.
I understand that I can't count on getting 400 a night during the whole winter, but how about 200 a night? Also for Pesach/Succos I believe I can count on 5000 each.
Now the pros and cons in my eyes for both options:
Miami PROs
Higher nightly rate and easier to rent out.
More kosher options which makes it cheaper for me when visiting.
Established, no risk, no worries not to have minyan, etc.
The Community is full fledged already and not dependent on vacationers.
They are in the middle of the stages to open chasidish schools. Hence I can see my kids live there when they marry.
TAMPA pros.
Cheaper upfront price, new construction.
Less exposure to Flooding, less risk even with global warming. (Remember I am planning to use it more in 40 years from now.)

Both options have cheap flight options.

Tampa Cons:
Risk if this will be working out, but I do believe if there will be 100 chasidish families that will guarantee it a mikva, kosher grocery.
As of now, there is no market for kosher villas there.

Here are some questions which I wonna have input from others who know answers.
How about the weather in the summer in Tampa, was never there, i was in Miami and it wasnt that bad as some are trying to portray it. In my eyes, על טעם וריח אין להתוכיח.

Many say that Miami metro is the main attraction the food. Since i am not a foodie guy, i can't real answer that. But I wonder why people don't go to Tampa/Sarasota/St. Petersburg areas for vacation, atleast on the same level as Cancun which also don't have many food options.

Now, I did spoke to the organizers, and they have no problem that some people should buy for vacation homes. I do believe it will only help them that some people should have vacation houses there. That will bring free advertising for their Community, all the home owners will have to advertise their houses for the heimeishe Community. It will also bring weekly new faces to the Community and more outside money into the local heimeishe economy.
Those visitors will also become ambassadors for the Community, back home in Tri State area.
Vacationers usually spend more money in Grocery for expensive items, that will make it more economically viable to bring it down those stuff.
Now if the demand would be more than supply, like for example Linden NJ,  I understand that it wouldn't be healthy to have outside investors to drive up prices. And I would never think of buying in such a climate, ואהבת לרעך כמוך and I am not even in the real estate industry to have a יצר הרע to do it.
Tampa is not that the case, they have a huge supply, about 700 houses in just that gated community. Plus many new communities are being build around that area.

Would you consider buying a vacation house in greater Tampa area, as an alternative to South Florida?

Do you think there is more chances that other areas in South Florida with low prices, should become more Chasidish friendly?
In my eyes is Hollywood the closest candidate to North Miami Beach in South Florida, but its also more expensive than Tampa, plus its older houses.
How about North Miami beach outskirts? Spoke to some house managers and they said I won't be able to rent it out as of now. Where are the younger chabad families moving as alternative to NMB?
Your input is appreciated.
Eden Gardens in Kissimmee.
I personally love Sarasota and St. Petersburg. The lack of infrastructure makes it unattractive to drum families.

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Hallandale Beach, Aventura Isles, Hollywood a few different areas there.

Or go more north and get a cheap and big place in Boynton Beach, depending on age that can be a great option, but likely poor for rental income.
Boynton Beach is where everyone should invest now. It's going to explode in a few years. Similarly to Boca Raton.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Orlando Master Thread
« on: February 07, 2021, 12:26:26 AM »
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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Orlando Master Thread
« on: February 04, 2021, 12:38:44 AM »
Hi
We are 4 families looking to be in Orlando for pesach anywhere walking distance to a minyan
Where is our best bet to get either 3-4 smaller houses or 2 bigger ones,
we are flexible with any location  budget in key
Thanks
Sonoma or Emerald Isle. Perhaps Windsor at Westside.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Orlando Master Thread
« on: January 31, 2021, 04:38:12 PM »
For utensils you can use Old Lake Davenport.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Orlando Master Thread
« on: January 15, 2021, 02:41:46 PM »
Are the water parks at the resorts in Kissimmee frum-friendly during January/February? Would want to take kids there if there's no one else there. Does it depend on the time of day or day of the week?
encore has the best water park
If you are asking if you you will have it available exclusively to your family then the answer is no.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Orlando Master Thread
« on: January 14, 2021, 03:56:54 PM »
I am looking for a 7 or 8 bedroom house. Is there any real difference between these developments. Will all have minyans on Pesach?
Thank you
It is difficult to get a large home in Reunion at this point.
Try Sonoma. You can get a large home with the best pricing at this point.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Orlando Master Thread
« on: January 07, 2021, 12:57:12 AM »
I'm not, but I now a lot of people who are.  Also, Solara, Windsor, Encore, and Reunion.
And Sonoma

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: South Florida Master Thread
« on: January 05, 2021, 08:45:21 PM »
Staying at the Marriott AC hotel on 19th and Collins Avenue. We're renting a mini van. What overnight parking options are available nearby? Parking at the hotel is $50 a day.

Thanks!
Prk on 41st and uber

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