Doronin’s OKO Group Will get Loan for Una Brickell Condo Tower

Cain International’s Jonathan Goldstein, OKO Group’s Vlad Doronin and the Brickell condominium renderings. (Getty, OKO Team & Cain Intercontinental)

OKO Team, the serious estate growth company led by billionaire Vlad Doronin, and Jonathan Goldstein’s Cain Global secured a $128.3 million building bank loan for a waterfront Brickell condo project.

Financial institution OZK offered the funding for Una Residences, a 47-tale, 135-unit tower presently under design, in accordance to a push launch. The developer broke floor on the project a calendar year back and released revenue about a few years back. Fortune International Team is dealing with revenue. The south Brickell setting up, at 174 Southeast 25th Highway, is envisioned to be accomplished in 2023.

Rental sales have greater in recent months, outpacing one-family household revenue in some submarkets due to decreasing inventory of residences. As a consequence, a amount of rental developers have released new tasks in the Miami space this 12 months, including Linked Team and Residence Marketplaces Group.

Una secured $76 million in product sales amongst January and now, all from domestic buyers, according to the launch.

Rental prices vary from $2 million to $7.4 million, and penthouses are inquiring up to $21.6 million. Units range from two to five bedrooms.

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill built Una Residences. Amenities will involve three swimming swimming pools, a physical fitness center and spa, and a restaurant. Prospective buyers will also receive a membership to the Grand Bay Club in Crucial Biscayne.

A workforce led by Walker & Dunlop’s Keith Kurland and Aaron Appel represented the developer in the loan.

In South Florida, OKO and Cain are also developing 830 Brickell, a Class A business tower in the monetary district. In addition, OKO is partnering with Len Blavatnik of Access Industries on the Aman-branded household and lodge advancement within just the Faena District in Miami Seaside.

Development financing has returned just after a pause for the duration of the pandemic. In March, Miami Beach builders Russell Galbut of Crescent Heights and Terra’s David Martin scored a $345 building bank loan for their prepared residential tower at 500 Alton Highway. And Terra nabbed $64.8 million for the design of the 460-unit Natura Gardens around American Aspiration Miami mega-mall and just outside the house Miami Lakes.