Prime Coconut Grove site acquired for nearly $30M
A group of investors paid nearly $30 million for a bayfront Coconut Grove office building on a site zoned for condo or mixed-use development.
The buying group includes Camilo Miguel, CEO of Miami Beach-based Mast Capital, Miami-based 13th Floor Investments and Greenwich, Conn.-based Wexford Capital, the Miami Herald reported. The all-cash, off-market transaction closed Monday. A nine-story office building is currently located on the 2699 South Bayshore Drive property.
A Chilean investor sold the property to the group after buying it in 2012.
“We bought this opportunity,” Miguel told the Herald. “There’s no immediate plan determined to redevelop it, but considering what’s happening in the Grove it’s obviously something on our radar.”
Tenants at the office building include accounting firm Kaufman Rossin & Co. and law firms Coffey Burlington and Katz, Barron, Squitero, Faust.