A pair of warehouses converted to office space along the railroad tracks in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District sold for $18.75 million, more than quadrupling in value.
Wynwood Spaces LLC, managed by Martin Miculitzki of Block Capital Group in Miami, sold the buildings of 8,060 square feet at 100 N.E. 28th St. and 15,270 square feet at 85 N.E. 27th St., plus an adjoining parking lot, to WellMeaning Spaces LLC, managed by Eduardo Pelaez, CEO of Miami-based WellMeaning Investments, a family real estate office. W Financial REIT provided an $11.5 million mortgage to the buyer.
The buildings were constructed in 1971 and 1925, respectively. The site covers 33,320 square feet.
The buildings last traded for $4.6 million in 2014.