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Loads of Wynwood Properties Selling Quickly, for Up to Five Times the Price of a Few Years Ago

Loads of Wynwood Properties Selling Quickly, for Up to Five Times the Price of a Few Years Ago

by Sep Niakan | April 16, 2015

In the middle of the boom of Wynwood sales and purchases during this great economic time, a commercial building has stood out amongst its neighbors as a new mixed-use development for sale.

A 1.1-acre site, located at 1900 Northeast Miami Court, is listed on the market for $17 million. The property includes a 50,000 square-foot building with three floors that was built in 1923. The current owner, Aspira Properties, purchased the property back in 2011 for $3.4 million.

The South Florida branch of Transwestern is handling the property. Specifically, John Bell, Managing Director, and Mariano Perez, Senior Associate, are taking care of the listing.

“The site has long-term enhanced value as the market matures,” Bell said, “Signage opportunity, exposure, easy access and development constraints on adjacent public land make the 1900 Northeast Miami Court site a prime mixed-use development opportunity.”

Recently, Wynwood properties have been selling at an unbelievable rate. For example, the Amicon Construction Services office building at 2400 Northeast Second Avenue was sold for $3.7 million in the end of March to Brodson Construction. Several other have been trading hands, making the Wynwood area quite the popular investment and development community during this economic boom.



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