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Developer Scores $77M Loan For 8-Acre Wynwood Assemblage

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The original developer of Baha Mar in the Bahamas secured a $76.8 million loan, with plans to build on eight acres of land in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood.

Miami and Bahamas-based More Development spent $115 million-plus assembling six blocks in south Wynwood between 2018 and 2022 where it plans a mixed-use project, said Whitney Thier, president of the firm. The project will be called SoWy.

JP Morgan Chase provided the financing for the properties, which are along Northwest Second Avenue between Northwest 20th and 22nd streets, according to a press release.

The land could be developed into nearly 2.5 million square feet. The developer could also use the Live Local Act, a new state law that incentivizes developers that incorporate workforce housing into their projects.

Thier said it is too soon to say what More Development’s project will include, but that it will have residential, retail, office, hospitality and arts components.


Source:  The Real Deal

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