Capri Street Partners, a New York-based company controlled by Alfred Sayegh, sold the buildings at 800-801 Capri Street to Capri Elite Holdings LLC, led by Ivan Ryabushkin, according to property records. The 42-unit deal breaks down to about $205,000 per apartment.
The two-story shopping center at 4840 Northwest 183 Street spans 52,467 square feet. Gardens of Miami Center was 21 percent vacant at closing. Its national tenants include Bank of America, Check ‘N Go, Dunkin’ Donuts, Humana and Metro PCS.
Grand Island Square, a North Lauderdale-based partnership led by Kris Persaud and Eyal Mehaber, sold the two buildings at 1495 Northeast 167th Street and 2350 Northeast 173rd Street, also known as Grand Island 2 and Grand Island 3.
The commercial real estate company paid cash for the newly built Victorian, a six-story building at 1430 Southwest First Street. Burke Leighton has thousands of apartments in Brooklyn and Manhattan and has recently shifted its focus to South Florida.
The 63-unit apartment building is located at 120 Southwest Eighth Avenue near Riverside Park. It was sold by Veneto Group LLC, an investment company whose managing members are Alejandro and Sergio Villamizar.
Miramar Apartments, a Coral Gables-based company managed by Luis Felipe Martinez, built the 44-unit complex with 120 bedrooms at 1023 S.W. 6th Street in 2013. It recently sold it to Miramar Partners, 1023 SW 6th Street LLC, Freshwater Group, and 28 E. 14th Street M Sub LLC...
Burke Leighton Asset Management doubled its money in two years with the sale of a 200-unit Crown Heights rental building to fast-rising Akelius Real Estate Management for $44 million, The Real Deal has learned.
Jacob El-Harar sold the building at 5230 Hollywood Boulevard to Burke Leighton Asset Management, Emile Farah, CEO of the Farah Group, told The Real Deal. Farah, as well as Jean Kelly and Zena Bardawell of the Farah Group, represented both sides of the transaction.