Possession: Immediate Rent: Upon request Traffic Counts:S Dixie Hwy: 97,000 VPD Frontage: 90 FT Ground floor retail below Class A office project anchored by büroSOMI is walking distance from public transportation, entertainment, restaurants and shopping Prime location on S Dixie Hwy with excellent visibility Within two blocks of South Miami Metro Rail Station
Space Available 1,380 - 2,308 SFRental Rate Yr NegotiableSpaces 3Building Size 4,570 SFProperty Sub-type Street RetailStatus Active
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Red Road Commons is beautifully-designed multi-use property featuring ground floor retail with residential apartments on the upper floors. The Project is situated in a high-income area with over $99,000 average household income within a 3-mile radius and is adjacent to the University of Miami Coral Gables campus, where over 15,629 students are enrolled.
Space Available 2,657 SFRental Rate Yr $40 /SF/YrSpaces 1Building Size 9,697 SFProperty Sub-type Street RetailStatus Active
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15,984 SF Class C Apartments Building Built in 1953 Property is for sale at $1,200,000 ($75.08/SF)
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The The proposed retail site, the Shoppes at Coral Way, has excellent frontage directly on the 2700 block of Coral Way, a major thoroughfare between Coral Gables and Brickell/Downtown Miami. Currently the site is home to a Chase Bank, with over $171M in retail deposits, making it a top 3 bank branch in Miami-Dade County. The branch does close to 500,000 transactions per year. The newly constructed project has one of Floridas highest traffic Chase Bank locations and a single tenant Publix center located adjacent to the South. The newly built project has multiple points of ingress / egress and enjoys traffic counts of over 40,000 per day. Owner is seeking to pre-lease the retail and office spaces (site plan on next page) with an expected delivery date of mid-2016 or will also entertain a ground lease on the +/- 40,000 SF remaining land. Demographics include population of 253,443 and a median housing value of $354,541 within a 3 mile radius. Nearby tenants, highlighted in the above map, include Starbucks, Publix, Winn Dixie, Staples, CVS, Big Lots, Office Depot, GNC, McDonalds amongst many others.
Space Available 10,000 SFRental Rate Yr NegotiableSpaces 1Building Size 23,491 SFProperty Sub-type Retail (Other)Status Active
The project is comprised of a 3,600 sf freestanding building located at 4100 N. W. 7th Street in the City of Miami. This is a high traffic, high density area and is located near a major intersection in the City of Miami. Parking is excellent, with a total of about 30 on-site spaces.
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Presenting "The 500 Block of Collins Avenue" - an exciting new retail project offering a total of 60,000 sf on two levels and on-site parking for 225 cars. Its distinctive architectural style will accommodate flagship retail stores and offer boutique spaces perfectly suited to a wide range of retail and restaurant uses.
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Building Type: RetailSubType: (Neighborhood Center)Class: -RBA: 74,652 SFTypical Floor: 13,000 SFStories: 4Building Status: ExistingYear Built: 2004% Leased: 100%Owner Occupied: NoOwner Type: Developer/Owner-NTLTenancy: Multiple TenantLand Area: 0.87 ACZoning: C-PS2, Miami BeachParcel No: 02-4203-002-0100Parking: 226 free Covered Spaces are availableRatio of 4.35/1,000 SF
The financial pieces of the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter are falling into place, now with the Paramount condo tower having obtained a $285 million construction loan.
The 60-story tower would be the tallest component of Miami Worldcenter, a $2 billion mixed-use project on the north side of downtown Miami at 700 N.E. 1st Street. It will have 512 units atop ground-floor retail. The developer said nearly 60 percent of the units were pre-sold, totaling more than $300 million.
Paramount Miami Worldcenter broke ground with initial site work in March 2016, so the construction loan should carry it to completion. The condo should be ready in the first quarter of 2019.
Inbursa Bank provided $170 million of the mortgage while the other $115 million came from BC Immigration Fund. Walker & Dunlop's Kevin O'Grady, Dan Sheehan and Eric McGlynn were the advisors on the loans.
In addition, investment fund AECOM Capital signed on as the preferred equity investor of Paramount Miami World Center. AECOM owns AECOM Tishman, which formed a joint venture with Coastal Construction to work as general contractor of Miami Worldcenter.
"This is a proud moment as we come one step closer to delivering a new residential and retail landmark in Downtown Miami,” said developer Art Falcone, the CEO of Encore Fund. "It is a true testament to how this one-of-a-kind Paramount brand and exciting project has been received by our global buyers, brokers, and lending community.”
Falcone and Nitin Motwani teamed with Daniel Kodsi, who has built two other Paramount condos, for the project.
Paramount Miami Worldcenter will include a large amenity deck with pools, fountains, private bungalows, a soccer field, tennis courts, a boxing studio and a music jam room. There would be a yacht-shaped amenity center on the tower’s tops floors.
"We knew that we had created a new paradigm by giving buyers more than they had asked for or thought possible, and to see this new Miami landmark take shape is a proud moment for our team,” Kodsi said.
The $500 million plan to redevelop the Scioto Peninsula is closer to having a master developer. CDDC has winnowed the list of potential partners to four development teams, made up of 10 companies based from New York to Los Angeles.
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It’s almost impossible to turn in any direction in downtown Miami and Brickell and not see a construction crane. There are so many projects coming out of the ground that most untrained eyes can’t tell one from the other.
SFBJ’s new Crane Watch feature will give readers the latest information about current and proposed projects so they can be in the know. It maps and describes all projects of at least 20,000 square feet and says whether they have broken ground (including the expected completion date) or whether they are in the planning stages.
Initially, Crane Watch is covering Brickell, downtown Miami, and part of the Arts & Entertainment District/Park West. It includes projects east of Interstate 95 as far north as Northeast 18th Street. There’s more than 50 projects in that area.