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  • Carlos Mattos picks up Brickell development site for $9M

    Former Associated Photo property is near Brickell City Centre
    August 19, 2015 11:15AM
    The property at 19 Southwest Sixth Street, one of the buildings sold to developer Carlos Mattos

    The property at 19 Southwest Sixth Street, one of the buildings sold to developer Carlos Mattos

    A pair of small properties near the upcoming Brickell City Centre are likely headed for the wrecking ball after both were picked up last week by a local developer for $9 million. [more]

  • Coya to open first U.S. restaurant on Brickell Avenue

    Restaurant is owned by some of same owners as Zuma
    March 02, 2015 04:00PM

    Realtor Carmen More, Coya co-owner Peter Waney, Cervera Real Estate CEO Veronica Cervera Goeseke and Coya co-owner Tunu Puri, and Carmen More

    Coya, a new Latin American restaurant backed by some of the same investors who own Zuma, is coming soon to 999 Brickell Avenue in Miami.

    The 8,000-square-foot restaurant, which includes a bar, restaurant and outside terrace, as well as a private club with private terrace, will open during the week of March 10, said Carmen More, restaurant and commercial specialist with Cervera Real [more]

  • A 2.2-acre site in Sunny Isles Beach has been purchased by a Fortune International Realty affiliate for $22 million, the South Florida Business Journal reported. The tract is the site of the stalled Paramount Beach condominium. The purchaser was Sunny Isles Beach Associates, an affiliate of Edgardo Defortuna’s Fortune International Realty. The seller was a company managed by Carlos Mattos, a former Colombian senator. [SFBJ]

  • “Timing, timing, timing” is becoming the new mantra for investors trying
    to pull off bulk purchases at the empty condo towers that are Brickell
    and South Florida’s oceanfront legacy of the building bubble. Rodrigo Nino, founder and president of Prodigy International, is so
    sure of a recovery in the near future for Miami’s condo market that his
    investment group purchased 10 units in Brickell on the River — the
    last batch of developer-owned units at the twin towers — and another
    33 developer-owned units in Bal Harbour’s oceanfront Harbour House. [more]

  • Marina Blue units sold in bulk

    July 07, 2009 03:31PM

    A Miami Beach company has purchased 21 units in Downtown Miami’s Marina
    Blue condominium, Condo Vultures reported. The $5.69 million all-cash
    purchase was recorded June 23. A company headed by Jorge Mattos, whose
    business partner Carlos Mattos purchased 31 units at 1060 Brickell in
    mid-June, purchased 13 two-bedroom units, seven one-bedroom units and a
    three-bedroom penthouse at Marina Blue. The purchase price works out to
    $196 per square foot. The seller was Lendco Florida, which made a $30.5
    million mezzanine loan to Marina Blue’s developer in February 2008. [more]