CLIENT NEWS: MG, Baron score $18M loan to acquire Hialeah homes for apartment project

October 3, 2023

MG Developer and Baron Property Group snagged an $18 million loan to acquire a block of Hialeah single-family houses to be redeveloped into a multifamily project. New York-based RMWC provided the financing for the planned bulk purchase, according to a press release. Ayush Kapahi with HKS, and Jeffery Donnelly and Dmitry Levkov with Colliers arranged the loan. Coral Gables-based MG and New York-based Baron plan to acquire about 20 homes on East 26th Street between East Ninth and 10th avenues in Hialeah,[...]

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Hialeah Market Station Plan Ready for Approval

January 8, 2016

City could approve transit-oriented development zone with 5.6M square feet, 3,800 units Hialeah commissioners will consider final approval on Jan. 12 for the Hialeah Market Station plan, an 80-acre transit-oriented development zone for mixed-use projects. If the zoning is approved, the maximum density for the area could accommodate 3.9 million square feet of commercial/retail, 1.7 million square feet of flex space for office or industrial, 3,800 residential units and 1,000 hotel rooms, according to a city traffic study. Since the[...]

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Firm Names New Partner

January 7, 2016

(MIAMI) January 7, 2016 – Bercow Radell & Fernandez, consistently ranked among the region’s top firms in zoning, land use and environmental law, is pleased to announce that Monika H. Entin has been promoted to Partner. Entin’s practice covers land use and zoning matters throughout Miami-Dade County, with a primary concentration in Miami Beach.  Her main areas of focus include representing developers and individual landowners with developmental approvals, permitting and administrative appeals. Prior to joining the firm in 2012, Entin practiced land use,[...]

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Miami City Commission to Consider Rezoning Request

November 17, 2015

Retail building and garage eyed for former Art for God site The Miami City Commission will consider a rezoning request on Thursday by an affiliate of MacArthur Properties that would allow the New York-based real estate investment firm to build a two-story, 40,000-square-foot retail building and garage on Biscayne Boulevard between Northeast 37th and 38th streets. The 0.8 acre site is located near an I-95 on-ramp and off-ramp, adjacent to land where Craig Robins’ Dacra plans to build a mid-rise[...]

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Firm Ranks Top Tier in Two Practice Areas

November 4, 2015

U.S. News – Best Lawyers® Releases 2016 “Best Law Firms” List Bercow, Radell & Fernandez Ranked Top Tier in Miami in Two Practice Areas and Tier 2 Nationally (MIAMI) Nov. 4, 2015 – For the sixth consecutive year, Bercow Radell & Fernandez was recognized as a top tier firm by U.S. News & World Report – Best Lawyers®. The Miami-based firm received the highest ranking regionally in land use and zoning law, and in real estate law, and Tier 2 in environmental law.[...]

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Negotiations Lead to $1 Billion Deal

November 4, 2015

$14 million kicker seals $1 billion 4-tower deal Miami commissioners have approved a large mixed-use development on the Miami River that is expected to revive a city park, extend the public riverwalk, connect Brickell and Little Havana and bring jobs and tax revenue to the city. Called simply Miami River, the complete build-out will add more than 1,600 residential units to the growing urban core. The final vote came Oct. 22. Between the first and the final votes, Commissioner Frank[...]

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