Chetrit Scores Loan for Collins Park Miami Seaside Hotel

Joseph Chetrit and a rendering of the Collins Park undertaking (Getty, Kobi Karp)

The Chetrit Team scored a financing lifeline for its lengthy-planned Collins Park resort redevelopment, The Serious Offer has realized.

New York-primarily based Chetrit landed a $62.5 million construction loan for the undertaking, according to resources. Chetrit has owned the assets for practically a decade. Maxim Money Group, which declined to remark, is the lender. Robert Verrone’s Iron Hound Management Business brokered the funding.

The 4-setting up challenge takes up the entire block involving Park and Washington avenues, and 20th and 21st streets. When finished, it will have about 280 lodge rooms, a amount of food items and beverage ideas, underground parking and an interior courtyard. Kobi Karp is the project architect.

The funding paid off a $55 million bank loan that BB&T offered the developer in 2015, Verrone stated. The two-year personal loan from Maxim, which features extension solutions, absolutely capitalizes the venture for Chetrit, he extra. The loan was also utilized to fulfill liens against the developer.

Design has been underway for yrs.

CG Sunny Isles, led by Joseph Chetrit, paid $10.8 million for the six homes in 2012, information show. The buildings were gutted by a hearth in 2007.

The job is throughout the road from the renovated Miami Beach front Convention Heart, near Collins Park and The Bass museum. It is blocks absent from the W South Seaside and other oceanfront resorts on Collins Avenue.

Chetrit owns a amount of higher-profile sites in South Florida, which includes the Tides hotel on Ocean Drive, a improvement web-site together the Miami River, and the oceanfront Miami Beach Vacation resort. The company just lately secured $15 million in funding from MSD Associates for the Miami River project. It was sued for foreclosure of the Tides hotel in February.

In April, Chetrit bought a approximately 5,500-device multifamily portfolio in Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Pennsylvania for $390 million, possible freeing up money for the investment and improvement enterprise.