Cure-all? Miami doctor buys retail center near Kendall
The retail center's tenants include Basic Sound and Tint and Bahamas Fish Market
Coconut Grove real estate investor Ricardo Carozzi just sold Bird Road Plaza, a retail center near Kendall, for $5.1 million.
A company managed by the Carozzi family sold the 17,488-square-foot property at 13353 Southwest 42nd Street for $291 per square foot, records show. The buyer is KBD 95 LLC, which is managed by Dr. Keila Hoover, a family physician in Miami.
The property was built in 1987 and sits on a 58,040-square-foot lot. The retail center’s tenants include Basic Sound and Tint, a car stereo company; and Bahamas Fish Market.
The Carozzi family bought the property in 2002 for $2.6 million, records show.
Investor interest is growing in southwest Miami-Dade County in places like Kendall, as land prices are pushing people to buy houses in the suburbs.
In 2017, Carozzi bought a boutique condo development site at 1091 Galiano Street and 44 Santillane Avenue in Coral Gables for $2.55 million.