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Palm Springs Medical at 1840 W. 49th St., Hialeah 760x320

IMC Equity Group acquired Palm Springs Medical, a medical office building in Hialeah, for $14.75 million.

Cofe Fund 1-Palm Springs LLC, managed by Cofe Properties in Miami, sold the 7-story, 76,280-square-foot medical office at 1840 W. 49th St. to North Miami-based IMC Equity Group, led by CEO Yoram Izhak. The deal was brokered by Douglas K. Mandel and Ryan Fellman of the Institutional Property Advisors group at Marcus & Millichap. The price equated to $193 a square foot.

The building last traded for $4 million in 2011, when Cofe Properties bought it from a bank that had foreclosed on it earlier.

Carlos Segrera, chief investment officer of IMC Equity Group, said they chose to invest in the 49th Street corridor in Hialeah because many nearby properties have strong occupancy rates. The deal was at a 7% capitalization rate and the building was 12% vacant.

 

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TopMed Realty, a private health care real estate investment firm, paid $13.9 million for an office building in Miami’s Health District.

Key International, along with its partner on the project, 13th Floor Investments, sold Highland Park Center, a Class A, 43,000-square-foot building at 1011 Sunnybrook Road for more than $320 per foot.

The 11-story building, which was completed in 2011, sold fully leased to tenants that include Atlantis University and Night and Day Pediatrics. Property records show Key International and 13th Floor purchased the property as an REO from BankUnited for $7.85 million in 2014. It includes a garage.

Douglas Mandel and Benjamin Silver of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller, according to a release.

TopMed Realty, led by Roni Soffer, is based in Hallandale Beach.

The property is across the street from University of Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital campus.

 

Source: The Real Deal