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Office Tower Inspired By The World’s Top Luxury Hotels Launching In Miami

Aman, Rosewood, Oetker and Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, as many luxury travelers know, are regarded as the top ultra-luxury hotel brands in the world with exquisite rooms, unbending service and amenities that get more over-the-top by the day.

Now, a developer in Miami, Robert Rivani, the founder and CEO of the commercial investment firm Black Lion, has plans to recreate that premier experience...


Inside This Fantasy House In Beverly Hills You Can Rent For $150,000 Per Month

When Los Angeles-based real estate investor Robert Rivani and his wife, Krystal, purchased this Beverly Hills, California home in 2019 for $13.7 million, they knew they were going to turn it into the fantasy home of their dreams.

The Wall Street Journal

His Friend Wagered He Couldn’t Flip This $42.5 Million Megamansion. He’s All In.

The roughly 4,900-square-foot Malibu home is undergoing a massive renovation, and is about 50% complete


Battle of the Bling | Inside Look: Castle Rivani

Take an inside look at one of houses Todrick Hall and Kim Myles tour as they continue their search to find the most over-the-top, extravagant homes imaginable to crown one as Battle of the Bling champion.

Los Angeles Times

Media exec Michael Lambert sells Billionaire’s Beach villa for $19.55 million

The two-story home features Mediterranean style with rustic beams, stone floors, arched doorways and stained-glass skylights (Black Lion)

New York Post

Real estate exec Robert Rivani taps Mexico-based eatery to open its first US location

Real estate exec Robert Rivani taps Mexico-based eatery to open its first US location

Robb Report

A Miami-Based Commercial Real Estate Mogul Is looking to Flip a $42.5 Million Home in Malibu

Robert Rivani, president of Black Lion, purchased the home on Billionaires’ Beach last year for $19.5 million from HBO exec Michael Lambert.

New York Post

Real estate royal Robert Rivani lands $7.5M Miami penthouse

The mohawk-sporting real estate exec Robert Rivani of Black Lion Investment Group — a failed former day trader and a high school dropout — just plunked down $7.5 million for a penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Miami Beach.

The Real Deal

Miami’s Robert Rivani tries house-flipping on Billionaire’s Beach

Colorful developer enters Malibu luxury market with $42.5M listing for unfinished house

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