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Monday, March 14, 2011

3 Net Lease Properties in Miami Beach Sold


Miami Beach, Florida - We have Net Lease Properties information from the what some refer to as the 5th avenue of the South, Lincoln Road. South Beach's redevelopment ramped up in the 1990's and became the Mecca of retail shopping, dining and exploded with a vibrant nightlife. This retail shopping center is an outdoor district which is full of stores, boutiques, art galleries, and museums. This Miami area of net lease properties covers almost ten-blocks, of which seven blocks of this mall have been closed to auto traffic. The Miami Beach Net Lease Properties news involves a Joint venture (JV) with Acadia Realty Trust and Terranova Corporation.

Terranova Corporation and Acadia Realty Trust has purchased three net leased buildings, along Lincoln Road, for $52 million. These three net lease properties are 741 Lincoln Road, 600 Lincoln Road, and 723 North Lincoln Lane in Miami Beach, Florida. The net leased Tenants currently at these properties include Starbucks for your coffee fix, Geox Shoes, and the Zagat-rated restaurants Sushi Samba Dromo and Tacontento. The Terranova Corporation will manage and lease the investment property portfolio which is approximately 61,143 square feet. The investment property portfolio sold for approximately $836 per square foot.

The net lease retail area of Lincoln Road is undergoing another growth spurt which recently welcomed the opening of the New World Symphony campus. The renowned architect Frank Gehry, designed the New World Symphony campus. This extraordinary commercial real estate development seeks to become a global hub for creativity, and a laboratory for generating ideas about how music is taught, performed, and experienced. More new top net lease property Tenants include Forever 21, Danny Meyer’s Shake Shack, and Rosa Mexicana. The street of net lease properties generates some of the highest per square foot sales in Florida and thrives as one of the only 24-hour retail destinations. Rumors have another major anchor Tenant negotiating a big net lease property deal for Miami Beach's Lincoln Road.

The net lease properties seller was La Ramblas, an entity that is controlled by commercial real estate developer Craig Robins. This net lease properties portfolio also has approximately 11,997 square feet of office space. This net lease office space is available above the quality restaurants currently signed to a net lease. The net lease property transaction included $32 million in cash and the buyers assuming a $20 million Commercial Loan. That commercial mortgage will not come due until about three and a half years from the closing.

The net leased properties at Lincoln Road are benefit from being situated at one of the most successful retail streets in Florida. The tremendous day and night-time retail foot traffic fuel the net lease properties sales and businesses.

Net Lease Properties Portfolio description:
A net leased property located at 600 Lincoln Road. This net lease property contains approximately 27,711 square feet of retail and office space over two stories. The Anchor tenants include Sushi Samba and Rancho Grande.

A net leased property located at 741 Lincoln Road. This net lease property is approximately 14,799 square feet of retail space in this building with two levels. The Anchor tenants include Starbucks, Geox Shoes and Miss Yip.

A net leased property that is located at 715 Lincoln Lane. The restaurant, Tacontento anchors the 18,857 square-foot property which is next to Macy's.

The Net Lease Properties Portfolio also came with approximately 39,012 square feet of commercial real estate development rights. This is a huge benefit as many Miami area retail destinations have declines in rental rates and lost tenants. The net leased properties at Lincoln Road see net lease rents increase due to Miami Beach competition.

The White Plains, New York-based Acadia Realty Trust sounds excited to jump into a Joint Venture with Terranova Corporation. This Florida Company, Terranova Corporation is one of Florida’s leading commercial real estate advisory firms. Terranova Corporation is involved with more than $1.4 billion in commercial real estate assets. These commercial real estate investments are managed for their clients and owns a respectable investment property portfolio. The net lease properties buyer, Terranova Corporation provides NNN Commercial Real Estate management, net leasing, tenant representation, dispositions, financing, construction management and development services.

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