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Record Amount Spent on Wynwood Property by Real Estate Investment Firm

Record Amount Spent on Wynwood Property by Real Estate Investment Firm

by Sep Niakan | December 23, 2014

A real estate investment firm based out of New York has just purchased two acres of Wynwood land for $23.5 million, a record for the neighborhood.

East End Capital, represented by Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, purchased the 215 and 227-339 Northwest 24th Street properties from Marc Kovens and Shawn Chemtov for $23.5 million. Kovens and Chemtov were represented by Chariff Realty.

Lyle Chariff, president of Chariff Realty said that the deal set an all time record for the highest sale price of a property in Wynwood. The neighborhood itself is beginning to experience some new investments that are reaching the development of the neighboring Design District.

East End plans on creating a 23,500 square-foot project on a different Wynwood property, which they purchased earlier in the year. Kovens and Chemtov were planning on building an eight-story building with three floors of retail space, and five stories of residences, but ended up selling the land to East End.

 

Source: therealdeal.com

Photo credit: Land therealdeal.com

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