An office park in the West Kendall neighborhood that fell into foreclosure two years ago has been sold for $12.5 million.
The Lucky Start Executive Plaza consists of two low-rise office buildings that total 55,658 square feet, according to a news release. The property is 54.1 percent leased by a mix of medical and corporate tenants.
The eight-acre property, at 8765 Southwest 165 Avenue, also houses a sizable undeveloped lot that could later house up to a three-story, 89,000-square-foot building.
Marty Busekrus, Jorge Portela and Manny de Zárraga of commercial brokerage HFF represented the seller, a regional bank who purchased the property out of a foreclosure auction earlier this year. The recorded price for the property at that time was $10.725 million, according to Miami-Dade County property records.
The buyer is IMC Property Management, a real estate holding company based in North Miami. The company’s portfolio mainly consists of low-rise retail, office and industrial space spread throughout the South Florida, according to its website.
Regions Bank had filed a foreclosure lawsuit in 2013 against Lucky Start’s developers, including Antonio Balestena and Jorge Fernandez, over a $16.45 million mortgage. The two had built the plaza in 2008, the South Florida Business Journal reported. — Sean Stewart-Muniz