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Construction Progress At Wynhouse Miami

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Wynhouse Miami now has nearly all its glass installed.

Construction on the 8-story building began last summer. A top off ceremony was held in March.

Wynhouse is planned to include:

  • 308 rental residences
  • approximately 26,000 square feet of ground floor retail
  • nearly 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities
  • 107 parking spaces

The development also includes two pedestrian paseos that will encourage residents and the public to engage with the building, community spaces and ground-floor retail.

A $117.5 million loan provided by JP Morgan Chase and affiliates of Canyon Partners is financing construction.

Nichols is the architect, with interior design of residences by ID & Design International and amenities by Rockwell Group. Fisher Brothers is the developer.

Substantial completion is expected in January 2025.


Source:  The Next Miami


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Wynwood Arcade Being Redesigned As Wynwood Jungle

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An old established building in the booming Wynwood Arts District is being reborn – again.

The former warehouse at 50 NW 24th St., first reborn as the Wynwood Arcade, is being repurposed once more into Bristol Republic at Wynwood Jungle.

The city’s Wynwood Design Review Committee has voted to recommend approval of the latest project, with several conditions.

In a letter to the city, architect Jorge Eduardo Gonzalez said the application proposed modifications to the north façade of the former Wynwood Arcade on Northwest 24th Street.

“The project involves adding an outdoor bar, a front kitchen, and integrating these elements with a proposed canopy structure designed to mimic the building’s existing façade,” wrote Mr. Gonzalez.

The latest design received unanimous support from the committee, recommending approval with a few conditions.


Source:  Miami Today

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94-Year-Old South Beach Hotel Targeted In Foreclosure

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A 94-year-old boutique hotel in Miami Beach may be taken over in a $3.17 million foreclosure action.

On April 30, Stormfield Capital Funding I LLC filed a foreclosure action against Mark McClure, the loan guarantor, and Oasis Hospitality Partners LLC. It is aimed at the 11-room, 4,689-square-foot motel located at 1018 Jefferson Ave. The parties to the lawsuit were confirmed by property data company Vizzda.

Developed on a 7,000-square-foot site, the boutique hotel was built in 1930 and is known as the SoBeYou Historic B & B Hotel.


Source:  SFBJ

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Blue Suede Buys Former Kayak Hotel In Miami Beach

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Just a month after gaining control of the former Kayak Hotel in Miami Beach, loan service provider Trimont Real Estate Advisors sold the Art Deco property to Blue Suede Hospitality Group.

The New York-based investor paid $12.8 million for the 51-room building at 2216 Park Avenue. The two-story structure was completed in 1934 and expanded in 2014.


Source:  Commercial Observer

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Related Group Lands $142M To Complete NoMad Condos In Wynwood

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A joint venture led by Related Group secured a $141.5 million construction package for the NoMad Residences development in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood.

The condo project — a partnership between Sydell Group, parent company of the now-shuttered New York NoMad hotel, and New York-based Tricap — will feature 329 units and about 18,500 square feet of retail space. Construction has been underway since September and is expected to be completed in 2025, with 80 percent of the condos already under contract, according to Related.


Source:  Commercial Observer

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River District Condo Near Miami’s Allapattah Nabs $68 Million Loan

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Alta Developer obtained a $68 million construction loan to commence construction on a condo near the Miami River.

Boynton Beach-based Forman Capital provided the mortgage to the Miami-based developer, led by Principal Henry Pino. It covers the River District 14 project on the 1.26-acre site at 1451 N.W. 14th St. It is located within Allapattah, near the new River Landings retail, apartment and office center. Pino calls this section of the area the River District because the Miami River is a block away.

Site work on River District 14 will start in two weeks and it will go vertical in August. The general contractor is Doral-based Jaxi Builders. Pino said it will be completed in the first quarter of 2026. The 16-story project will have 283 units, all of them fully furnished. They will average 725 square feet with a starting price of $475,000. The developer will permit short-term rentals, like roughly half of the new condo developments in Miami.


Source:  SFBJ

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JV Acquires 32K SF Ground Floor Retail Space In Wynwood For $700 PSF

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Ben Mandell, Alex Karakhanian and Michael Simkins joined forces to buy the ground-floor retail space of Society Wynwood, an almost completed mixed-use project,

A joint venture between Mandell’s Tricera Capital, Karakhanian’s Lndmrk Development and Simkins’ Lion Development Group paid $22.5 million for 32,000 square feet at the base of the nine-story development at 2431 Northwest Second Avenue that is currently under construction, a press release states.

The deal breaks down to $703 per square foot.

Society Wynwood’s developers, Miami and New York-based Property Markets Group, or PMG, and Toronto-based Greybrook, are the sellers.

Roughly 50 percent of Society Wynwood’s ground-floor retail space is pre-leased to Starbucks, Nacho Daddy, Chama De Fogo Brazilian Steakhouse and I Scream Gelato, the release states.

Society Wynwood will also almost 300 modern residential units, including co-living units, and a private parking garage.


Source:  The Real Deal

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Delilah Owner Eyes Venue On Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road

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The Hwood Group is looking to bring its celebrity touch to Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road with initial plans to open an upscale Nice Guy restaurant.

The L.A.-based hospitality group — best known for celebrity haunts like Delilah, a favorite of rapper Drake — is in the early stages of taking over the entire 7,500-square-foot building at 947 Lincoln Road, which abuts Michigan Avenue, according to a city filing. The Italian establishment would house 358 seats in total, including 96 booth seats and some bar seating.

The group has not yet signed a lease for the Miami Beach building, however it wants to cover some windows with “cypress paneling that will be used to cover these windows to provide privacy for patrons,” the application states. The Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board will consider the proposal May 14.

The group’s Nice Guy brand has restaurants in Dubai and L.A., which offers $24 margarita pizzas, $14 truffle fries, and $89 16-ounce, dry-aged ribeye steak. The Miami Beach restaurant would mark Hwood Group’s second location in the Miami area. Last year, it opened a Delilah in Brickell.


Source:  Commercial Observer

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Three Wynwood Buildings Assemblage Changes Hands

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Crunch Fitness founder Doug Levine sold a trio of commercial buildings in Miami’s Wynwood for $23.5 million, roughly $6 million below his asking price.

Wynwood 126 acquired the 0.7-acre portfolio that can be redeveloped into a mixed-use project with a hotel or multifamily component.

Levine paid a combined $5.9 million for the assemblage between 2013 and 2014, records show. The three buildings at 2320-2328 North Miami Avenue and 36-38 Northwest 24th Street were completed in 1928 and 1950.


Source:  The Real Deal

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CRE Company Plans $23M Redevelopment Of Aventura Shopping Center

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Regency Centers is investing $23 million in the redevelopment of three retail buildings totaling more than 28,000 square feet.

Located in Northeast Miami’s highly affluent Aventura suburb, Avenida Biscayne, a ground-up redevelopment, emphasizes an outdoor-oriented dining experience with large canopies situated adjacent to the restaurant locations.

Slated to open in 2025, the shopping center, located on a prime corner in a regional shopping trade area, will offer great visibility, ease of access and ample parking for the restaurants and upscale retailers and service providers.


Source:  SFBJ

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