The Real Deal Miami

REIT buys vacant site in Brickell for $15.4M

Two apartment buildings near train station also included in purchase

August 01, 2013 04:00PM

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Metromover station in Brickell

A Texas real estate investment trust with multiple South Florida holdings acquired a vacant site in Miami’s Brickell financial district for $15.4 million, the Daily Business Review reported.

Behringer Harvard bought the site from Brixriv LLC, which is managed by Miami-based Bridgeloan Investors. The site at 130 Southwest 12th Street, just southwest of the Brickell Metromover station, has two vacant parcels as well as two small apartment buildings with a total of 34 units.

Brixriv took title to the site via a foreclosure auction in June 2011. Behringer’s portfolio includes the Franklin Delray in Delray Beach, the Lakes of Margate in Margate and Satori in Fort Lauderdale, the publication said. [Daily Business Review]Mark Maurer

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