Berkadia Secures $46.9 Million Acquisition Loan for Mixed-Use Development in Miami

Downtown Dadeland features 126,133 square feet of ground floor retail space below 416 condominiums. Downtown Dadeland features 126,133 square feet of ground floor retail space below 416 condominiums.

Miami — Berkadia has arranged a $46.9 million loan for the acquisition of Downtown Dadeland, a seven-acre urban retail development located 7250 N. Kendall Drive in Miami.

Brad Williamson and Mitch Sinberg of Berkadia secured the financing for the borrower, Midtown Capital Partners, a real estate investment and asset management firm led by Alejandro Velez and Alexander Saieh. A life company originated an initial $44.5 million loan with a $2.4 million earnout. The 10-year loan was secured with five years interest-only payments and a interest rate with no prepayment after seven years. Built in 2008 and renovated in 2015, the property consists of 126,133 square feet of ground-floor retail space occupied by a mix of national, regional and local tenants, 416 condo units and more than 500 parking space in seven buildings. At the time of sale, the retail portion of the property was 97 percent leased. Tenants include West Elm, Chili’s Bar & Grill, Men’s Wearhouse, Club Champion, Orangetheory Fitness, Paul Mitchell, The Brass Tap, Pubbelly Sushi, Harry’s, Ghee, Erba, Barley and The Brick.

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