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Miami 2015-10-16 22:32:30
제 목 중국 개발업체 마이아미비치 1에이커에 3천8백5십만불에 사들여..
지난 해 중국 개발업체는 마이아미 브릭클에 약 2에이커를 7천4백만불에 사들였으며, 이번에는 마이아미 비치에 1에이커를 3천8백5십만불에 사들였다. 아래 마이아미헤럴드가 보도한 기사내용이다.

Chinese developer buys one-acre Miami Beach lot for $38.5 million

China City Construction makes its first entry in Miami Beach

Chinese developer also owns a site in Brickell

Developer Don Peebles had planned to build the Bath club Estates on lot
Dr. Shan-Jie Li, chief executive officer of American Da Tang Group, a New York firm. The firm represented China City Construction in its recent purchase of a one-acre lot in Miami Beach.
Dr. Shan-Jie Li, chief executive officer of American Da Tang Group, a New York firm. The firm represented China City Construction in its recent purchase of a one-acre lot in Miami Beach. American Da Tang Group
BY NICHOLAS NEHAMAS
nnehamas@miamiherald.com
A Chinese developer paid $38.5 million for a .98-acre Miami Beach lot in a deal that closed Thursday.

It’s not the company’s first entry into the Miami market. Last year, China City Construction paid $74.7 million for a 2.4-acre site in Brickell.

Developer Don Peebles, who sold the waterfront site at 6747 Collins Ave. in North Beach, had planned to build a boutique luxury condo called Bath Club Estates. But he pulled out of the project in August, saying it was too small of a site to develop. He paid just $4.6 million for the property in 2010.

$38.5 million        Sales price for a one-acre Miami Beach lot
Prominent Miami real estate brokers have traveled to China in recent months to attract buyers from a previously untapped source. Economic and political turmoil in Latin America has led to a slowdown in Miami’s downtown condo market.

“This beachfront site is ideally situated in one of the nation’s most sought-after real estate markets, a top-performing hotel market and a place where residential sales top $2,000 per square foot,” CBRE senior vice president Robert Taylor, who represented the seller, said in a statement. “Barriers to entry here are extremely high and land suitable for development isn’t often available; as a result, the site is among the rarest-of-the-rare — an opportunity for a visionary developer to create a prestigious luxury condominium or hotel right on one of the world’s most famous beachfronts.”

China City recently sold a 45 percent stake in its Brickell property to a Hong Kong developer, the blog The Next Miami reported earlier this week. It has said it plans a mixed-use project on the site but may wait until the next real estate cycle to begin building.
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