Iconiq buys Related and Block Capital’s Wynwood apartments for $77M

It hit the market in October with a whisper price of $90M

Domio Wynwood, Gustavo Miculitzki, and Jon Paul Pérez (Credit: Alberto Tamargo/Getty Images)
Domio Wynwood with Block Capital's Gustavo Miculitzki and Related's Jon Paul Pérez (Getty, Berkadia)

UPDATED, Feb. 18, 10:57 a.m.: San Francisco investment firm Iconiq Capital paid $77 million for a mixed-use apartment building in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood.

Related Group and Block Capital Group sold The Bradley Wynwood, a 175-unit building that was previously leased to short-term rental operator Domio, to Iconiq. Domio, which shut down last year, had a 10-year master lease with extension options.

Roberto Pesant

Roberto Pesant

In October, Related and Block Capital listed the building at 51 Northwest 26th Street for sale with a whisper price of about $90 million, before Domio shuttered. Berkadia brokers Scott Wadler, Jaret Turkell and Roberto Pesant had the listing. Omar Morales, also with Berkadia was involved in the sale.

The Bradley has 36,000 square feet of retail space and more than 230 parking spaces. Iconiq retained BM2 Realty to handle retail leasing.

Block Capital, led by the Miculitzki family, and Related completed the building in 2019. It marked the first apartment-hotel to open and operate in Wynwood, though a number of projects are in the pipeline.

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Jaret Turkell

Jaret Turkell

The building was designed as a traditional multifamily building and then converted to an apartment-hotel.

Lenny Kravitz’s Kravitz Design designed the amenity spaces and public areas, and Arquitectonica designed the building. It includes a parking garage with bicycle storage; a rooftop terrace with a pool, amenity deck, outdoor kitchen and dining area; and a gym and health club. The units feature Italian kitchens and vanities, stainless steel appliances, washers and dryers, walk-in closets and keyless entry.

Scott Wadler

Scott Wadler

The deal marks Iconiq’s first major purchase in South Florida. The firm, which has managed money for tech investors who include Mark Zuckerberg, has more than $3 billion in assets under management.

In October, Iconiq paid $190 million for a luxury apartment tower in Chicago.

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