Prime Miami River Mixed-Use Property Hits The Market

Feb 27, 2015 No Comments by

Thomas Conway, Managing Director at Conway Commercial Real Estate has been tapped to market a property on the southwest bank of the Miami River known as the River Art Properties, located at 131 NW South River Drive, a parcel once owned by Mary Brickell, one of the founders of Miami.

The Miami River’s most dynamic “diamond in the rough” mixed-use property features three independent buildings including a single story 2,441-square-foot warehouse boasting 18-foot clear ceilings, a contemporary two-story 2,225-square-foot townhouse, and a 1,382-square-foot boutique office building.

Situated on the southside of the Miami River along NW South River Drive, the offering affords rare opportunity to purchase river chic real estate with approximately 200 feet of water frontage.

The property has been listed for sale without a price, but “on call for offers”.

131 NW South River Dr Water View

131 NW South River Dr

131 S RIVER DRIVE Aerial 1

131 S RIVER DRIVE Aerial 2

Conway’s experience includes real estate acquisitions management for major Miami investment firms, including real estate investment research, analysis, and brokerage as well as sourcing and facilitating financing. Prior to launching Conway Commercial Real Estate in March, 2013, Conway served as a risk analyst and client associate for a global financial management and advisory firm, managing over $1 billion in assets.

Conway recently negotiated the sale of the 45,000-square-foot Great Florida Bank Center, a mixed-use property located at 4900 S University Drive in Davie, which sold for $11.12 million.

 

“The property’s geographical location, coupled with a tenant composition largely comprised of institutional quality makes this a very attractive asset to own. As Davie continues to develop, the property will undoubtedly be poised to serve the community and its new owner very well,” said Conway.

 

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