The Real Deal Miami

Miami developer to turn ex-health center into retail, offices

November 05, 2013 11:00AM


Caroline Camus

A foreclosure case against nonprofit Helen B. Bentley Family Health Center was resolved through the $5.7 million sale of its former Miami headquarters to a developer who has plans for a retail and office complex.

The nonprofit had been sued by Bayview Loan Services over a $3.3 million mortgage before last week’s sale of the 3090 South Douglas Road site to Miami-based Treo Douglas Station. The buyers plan to redevelop the 1.2 acres into a commercial site. Treo could also include residential units.

Salazar Jackson partner Linda Worton Jackson represented the nonprofit in the transaction. Sperry Van Ness brokers Caroline Camus, John Lonardo and Matthew Rotolante marketed the site. [South Florida Business Journal]Eric Kalis