CLIENT NEWS: Akara Partners Bought Acre of Miami Worldcenter for $18.85M

July 27, 2020

A piece of the last vacant parcel at Miami Worldcenter sold on Friday. The Chicago-based development firm Akara Partners bought an acre from Miami Worldcenter Associates for $18.85 million, according to a press release. The land, beside the Metromover Station, is located at Northeast Second Ave., from Northeast 10th St. to Northeast 11th St. Only 36,273 square feet can be developed because the remainder of the property, or 8,227 square feet, is located underneath the Metromover Station. Akara is planning two towers,[...]

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