CC Residential lands $43.3M construction loan for Doral apartments

The Coral Gables-based firm will use the loan from PNC Bank to finance construction of Doral 4200, a 250-unit rental apartment property

Apr.April 15, 2018 12:45 PM

Rendering of the Doral 4200 rental apartment development

CC Residential, led by developers Armando Codina and James Carr, landed a $43.3 million bank loan to finance construction of an apartment building in Doral.

A company affiliated with Coral Gables-based CC Residential got the construction loan from PNC Bank.

The loan will finance construction of Doral 4200, a 250-unit apartment building on a 9.6-acre site at 4200 Northwest 107th Avenue in Doral.

Common-area amenities at Doral 4200 will include a swimming pool, a clubhouse and play area for children, plus walkways circling lakes.

In January, CC Residential paid $11 million for the development site, located just north of Northwest 41st Street, a major arterial road in Doral.

CC Residential’s Codina is the lead developer of a nearby mixed-use project called Downtown Doral, a master-planned development that will have more than 1.4 million square feet of commercial space, including 400,000 square feet of office space, and 5,000 residential units. [South Florida Business Journal] Mike Seemuth

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