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JV Proposes 10-Story, 115-Key Hotel In Wynwood

Robert Finvarb Companies and Hidrock Properties are planning a 115-room branded hotel in Miami’s Wynwood, marking the joint venture’s third project in the artsy neighborhood.

An affiliate of Aventura-based Robert Finvarb and New York-based Hidrock bought a 0.2-acre site at 160 Northwest 28th Street for $6.7 million, records show. The seller, an entity managed by Maxmillian Beltrame Widmann in Miami, had paid $3 million for the vacant lot in 2016.

The proposed 10-story hotel will cost an estimated $20 million to build, said Hidrock CEO Abraham “Abie” Hidary.

“We are in the very early stages of planning it,” Hidary said. “There will be three food and beverage components on the ground-floor, the second floor and the rooftop.” 

The joint venture has not yet identified the brand for the hotel, Hidary added.

Hotels represent the next wave of development in Wynwood, Hidary said. The neighborhood’s first hotel, the 217-key Arlo Wynwood at 2217 Northwest Miami Court, built by Quadrum Global, was completed last year. A partnership involving Andres Klein, founder and principal of BH Investment Group, is developing One Eleven Wynwood Hotel by Sonder, a proposed 72-room project at 111 Northwest 26th Street. And in December, Aventura-based Turnberry Associates unveiled plans to build a mixed-use hotel project at 127 and 135 Northwest 24th Street and 128 and 138 Northwest 25th Street. Last year, Turnberry paid $13.1 million for the properties.

 

Source:  The Real Deal

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Texas Restaurant Group Inks First Deal In Wynwood

Clé Group is opening a restaurant in Wynwood — the Houston-based hospitality company’s first expansion beyond Texas as out-of-state operators continue to migrate to Florida.

The company inked a 10-year lease for the building at 2600-2610 North Miami Avenue, Hidrock Properties’ Steven Hidary said. Clé will lease the entire space, nearly 14,000 square feet, where it will open Kiss restaurant. Hidrock and Robert Finvarb Companies own the property.

Clé, whose partners were eyeing spaces in Brickell, Miami Beach and Wynwood, narrowed their choices down to about 5 locations before landing on Wynwood, partner Zack Truesdell said. Kiss Miami could open in 14 to 18 months, depending on permitting. Truesdell said that the company is working with a local architecture and design firm to design the space, and has local investment partners he declined to name.

In Texas, Clé, which is also expanding into Dallas, has three nightclubs, two restaurants and three concepts under construction.

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