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Jeronimo Hirschfeld Selected as a Finalist in the Developer Category for the Greater Miami Chamber

of Commerce’s 2017 Real Estate Summit

Jeronimo Hirschfeld, developer and CEO of Miami-based One Real Estate Investment, was selected as a finalist in the Developer category for the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Real Estate Summit featuring the R.E.A.L. (Real Estate Achievers and Leaders) Awards Luncheon.

A video presentation showcasing all the finalists was presented at the awards luncheon, which was attended by more than 350 of South Florida’s business leaders.

“It was an honor to be selected as a finalist among such distinguished colleagues,” Hirschfeld said. He also stated that the luncheon presented an ideal opportunity for networking and an exchange of ideas regarding the direction and needs of the industry.

Photo from left to right: Manuel M. del Cañal, CPA, Ocean Bank; Alfred Sanchez, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce; Arthur “A.J.” Meyer, ANF Group; Jeronimo Hirschfeld, One Real Estate Investment; and Alex Rhodes, Grant Thornton.

About One Real Estate Investment

Established in 2001, One Real Estate Investment is a privately owned, Miami-based real estate investment company that owns, manages and develops a growing portfolio of multi-family properties, single-family homes, residential high-end buildings, and commercial, and retail properties. With headquarters located on Brickell Avenue, the company embraces all aspects of real estate including acquisition, financing, property management, construction, repositioning, and disposition. One Real Estate has acquired a portfolio of more than 5,000 multi-family residential units in Houston, Texas and in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The portfolio also includes several commercial buildings and a master-planned, seven-acre subdivision in North Florida that is scheduled to be the site of a major retail shopping center. In addition, in early 2015, the company purchased two vacant lots, comprised of 78,050 square feet, in the bustling Wynwood Arts District for $15 million. For more information, please visit

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