Wolf Co. takes over sales of Emerald Aventura office condo

58-unit project is 44% sold

Aug.August 21, 2018 05:30 PM

Rendering of Emerald Aventura and Barrett Wolf

Wolf Co. Real Estate Brokerage and Investments is taking over sales of Emerald Aventura, an office condo building under construction in Miami’s Ojus neighborhood.

Wolf Co., which broker Barrett Wolf launched late last year with Jackie Soffer as a partner, is replacing Miami Real Estate Group, Andres Asion’s brokerage.

The 58-unit development, designed by Oppenheim Architecture, is 44 percent sold, Wolf said. Premium Developers Group, a Venezuelan firm with an office in Aventura, is developing the building.

Property records show 2655 Developers LLC, led by Premier’s Eduardo Halfen, Boris Fincheltub and Isaac Aserraf, paid $3 million for the nearly half-acre site at 2655 Northeast 186th Terrace in 2015.

The developer plans to break ground later this year and deliver the building in 2020, Wolf said. Available units start at about 600 feet and $345,000 and go up to $1 million. Sales launched in October 2017.

The project is targeting buyers looking for spaces in the 600-square-foot to 1,000-square-foot range. The firm is offering packages that include build out and leasing for investors, and 5 percent interest on initial deposits for a limited time, Wolf said.

Emerald Aventura will be built next to a new Life Storage self-storage facility at 645 Northeast 186th Terrace.

CK Prive Group is also building a nearby office condo project, called Forum Aventura, at 19790 West Dixie Highway. The 12-story building secured its construction financing in late 2016.

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