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Old Posted Sep 28, 2016, 11:56 PM
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MIAMI | Elser Hotel & Residences (400 Biscayne Boulevard) | 571 FT | 49 FLOORS

Might be something to keep our focus on down the line. This could be a big one!!!

Zoning also allows for 80 floors and 1000+ units.

Brochure on the site: http://i.imgur.com/KNx5W78.jpg


400 Biscayne hits the market, could sell for north of $60M: Zoning allows for 1,150 units, 1.8M sf and unlimited height, pending FAA approval

The First United Methodist Church site in downtown Miami is now for sale, and could sell for north of $60 million.

The church currently owns and occupies 1.15-acre development site at 400 Biscayne Boulevard. HFF’s Jaret Turkell and Maurice Habif are listing the property unpriced, Turkell told The Real Deal, but expect that it will sell in the $60 million range.

The site has 305 feet of frontage along Biscayne, and is zoned under Miami 21 as T6-80, which allows for about 1,150 units, 1.8 million square feet and unlimited height, pending FAA approval, according to marketing materials. Allowed uses include hotel, residential, retail and general commercial.

“The really cool thing about it is it’s parallel to Biscayne, so the views will be spectacular,” Turkell told TRD.

The church, which has never been on the market, is looking for a buyer that will allow it to stay on-site until construction of a new project begins and is also requesting a 20,000-square-foot to 30,000-square-foot space in whatever is eventually built, Turkell said.

The 28,000-square-foot building, built in 1981, takes up about half the block including a paved parking lot. If and when it sells, the site joins a number of other churches, temples and other religious institutions to profit off of their land and move elsewhere in South Florida.

HFF will market the site for about a month and then have a call for offers, he said.


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