Carpe Real Estate Partners, a vertically integrated real estate private equity and development company, founded by Erik Rutter and David Weitz in 2018, announced a rebrand to Oak Row Equities. The name change comes as the company continues to mature from its launch in 2018 with one property under management to now over three million square feet under development and one billion dollars of assets under management. In addition to the rebrand, Oak Row Equities announced that it has closed on the acquisition of a 2.1-acre site on one of the last remaining undeveloped city blocks in the urban core. The firm acquired 2600 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami’s popular Edgewater neighborhood for $35 million to develop a mixed-use project designed by architecture firm Arquitectonica. Oak Row Equities is one of Miami’s fastest-growing real estate development firms with active projects in Wynwood, North Miami Beach, Edgewater, and the Design District.
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The Planning and Zoning Board of the City of North Miami Beach will consider plans for NMB Venus, a 26-story mixed-use development proposed to improve an existing surface parking lot at 2050 Northeast 164th Street. Designed by Burgos Lanza Architects & Planners and developed by Crep NMB Venus LLC, an affiliate of New York City-based developer Carpe Real Estate Partners, the development is proposed to yield 651,620 square feet of new construction including 351,584 of residential space across 439 rental units, 10,735 square feet of ground floor commercial space and an integrated parking garage with 499 spaces. Fortis Design + Build is listed as the development manager with Kimley-Horn as the civic engineer and landscape architect.
L&L Holding Company (L&L) and Carpe Real Estate Partners (CREP) have announced that they have successfully completed the acquisition of a 3-acre assemblage for the creation of The Wynwood Plaza, a one-million square-foot multi-building mixed-use development that will bring new office, residential, retail and outdoor space to Miami’s booming Wynwood Arts District. Formerly known as 29N, the project is designed by world-renowned architecture firm Gensler and will become a major attraction and destination for Wynwood. Plans for projected to yield 260,000 square feet of office space, 509 residential units, array of indoor and outdoor dining and shopping options, a beautifully landscaped 25,000 square-foot outdoor public plaza and a parking garage with 668 car spaces and 954 bike spaces
The Wynwood Design Review Committee has received applications seeking approvals for 29N, a 964,963-square-foot mixed-use development in the Wynwood Arts District on a 2.9-acre site. Developed by New York City-based developers L&L Holding Company and Carpe Real Estate Partners, the building will be comprised of two interconnected structures of 8 and 12 stories spanning two transect zones addressed as 95 Northwest 29th Street. Gensler is responsible for the design of the project, which will yield 523 residential units, 26,372 square feet of commercial space, 200,618 square feet of office space and 668 parking spaces.