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Miramar shopping center trades for $14.6M

Aventura-based buyer also gets 2.1-acre parcel with development potential

April 03, 2014 12:00PM

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Miramar Parkway Plaza entrance

Miramar Parkway Plaza entrance

The Miramar Parkway Plaza changed hands for $14.6 million.

Aventura-based Miramar Plaza Partners acquired the 3102, 3190, 3306 and 3356 South University Drive shopping center on Monday, according to Broward County records. The seller, FirstBank Puerto Rico, took title to the center through foreclosure in September 2013. The bank gave the buyer a $10.2 million loan as part of the transaction.

Miramar Parkway Plaza includes three retail buildings, a McDonald’s restaurant and a 2.1-acre property with development potential. AutoZone and Winn Dixie anchor the center. — Eric Kalis

  • juanmas53

    The winn-dixie in this miramar shopping center is closing in may.

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