Ashley Cusack Coral Gables Miami Top Agent Luxury Homes Real Estate Featured

Top Coral Gables Miami Realtor Ashley Cusack has been featured in the January 2021 Florida edition of Top Agent Magazine. She was recognized for her 30 year professional career and over $1 Billion in real estate sales.

Top producing Miami broker Ashley Cusack has been featured in the Florida edition of the January 2021 Top Agent Magazine. Ashley manages the Ashley Cusack Team for Berkshire Hathaway Home Services EWM Realty out of Coral Gables, Miami.

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Top Agent Magazine is the premier real estate magazine featuring the foremost real estate agents, mortgage professionals, and affiliates in the USA and other countries around the globe. Top Agent Magazine features the top producing and most accomplished professionals in the real estate industry, offering an in-depth look at their careers and providing a blueprint for their success.

To be considered for a feature in Top Agent Magazine all professionals must go through a nomination and interview process. All candidates are then evaluated based upon production, professionalism, as well as industry and community involvement. .

Ashley and her team are highly experienced real estate professionals who represent both sellers and buyers in Coral Gables,

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Designers Name Their Favorite Houses Ever Featured in AD

The fabric panels in the living room with their roll-up portions on the French doors kill me! He muted out the architectural details he didn’t like. By custom-making the majority of the apartment’s furniture and layering in a few antique pieces from different eras, he made a space with a really timeless feeling. Billy Gaylord is quoted in the story, saying, “I didn’t want anything definable. My apartment could be 1930 or 2001.” 

It’s 2021, and this could truly be a photo of a current space. Billy, you exceeded your own expectations!

William Gaylord’s Knob Hill, San Francisco, apartment in a 1972 issue of the magazine charmed designer Sally Breer. 

Charles Ashley

Nick Olsen

I was 12 years old when I first saw Anna Sui’s SoHo apartment in the pages of AD, as part of a “Fashion Designers at Home” special issue, which I adored. Anna’s lush, 1960s-inspired clothes had already made their imprint on me via fashion television and House of Style, but how she lived was a revelation.

A study in tomato red and black, the apartment’s vibe was what I’d now call educated bordello, with vigorous nods to Diana Vreeland and Madeleine Castaing. Anna even kept

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Local interior designer featured on Magnolia Network

Jean’s largest project, The Madison in Heritage Hill, has a central role in the pilot, and her life.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Here at 13 ON YOUR SIDE we love to celebrate the good things happening in West Michigan, to find those incredible stories and share them with you.

Much like Jean Stoffer’s story: an interior designer who moved from Chicago to West Michigan in 2015. She was just featured in a pilot by the Magnolia Network, founded by Chip and Joanna Gaines. It features her largest project to date, which is located in the heart of Heritage Hill.

Jean’s career is skyrocketing at a time she previously thought it might be slowing down, taking her by surprise in the best of ways.

“Believe it or not Joanna Gaines of Fixer Upper found me on Instagram,” said Jean. “The Discovery Network reached out to me and we started talking about the possibility and it happened!”

The Madison, a very large historic home in Heritage Hill, plays a central role in the pilot, and her life.

“I heard about this house from a client,” she explained. “They said “I have your next project” and I thought oh historic homes. Too complicated.

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Peter Thiel buys $18M Miami estate once featured in MTV’s ‘The Real World’

Billionaire entrepreneur and venture capitalist, Peter Thiel, nabbed a Miami estate featured on MTV’s ‘The Real World’ for a hefty $18 million.

The 10,041-square-foot compound, which consists of two properties on E Rivo Alto Drive within Miami’s Venetian Islands, is now home to the 53-year-old PayPal co-founder, the latest to leave Silicon Valley, according to Business Insider.


The estate was previously owned by former Ford CEO Jacques Nasser before it hit the market over the summer, the outlet reported. However, after sitting on the market to the tune of $19.9 million, Nasser dumped the property in September to Atlantic View Holdings LLC, according to property records obtained by FOX Business.

Inquiries to Thiel’s office were not returned.

The property was built in 1995 and has nine bedrooms and a dozen bathrooms, according to a property listing. However, one of the homes on the sprawling two-lot property was also used as the former set of the MTV reality show, “The Real World” in the late 1990s.

The four-bedroom, three-bath home had housed seven cast members of “The Real World: Miami”

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