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14100 Palmetto Frontage Rd, Miami Lakes, Florida 33016
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MLS# A10706039
14100 Palmetto Frontage Rd ,
Miami Lakes, Florida 33016
$3,835,000
Sq.Ft: 16,459 PSF: $233.00 Type: Commercial/Investment

Excellent building located within the Commercial District of Miami Lakes, in Commerce Park. The portfolio consists of 19 offices rented to tenants for more than 3 and 7 years with activities of insurance, accountants, real estate and lawyers. The building has had excellent maintenance during the last years. It is a good business for investors. Do not miss this opportunity.

0 DAYS ON MARKET: 64 LISTING DATE:
07/12/2019
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7980 NW 155th St, Miami Lakes, Florida 33016
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MLS# A10648607
7980 NW 155th St ,
Miami Lakes, Florida 33016
$1,700,000 $1,800,000
Sq.Ft: 10,869 PSF: $156.41 Type: Commercial/Investment

Rare Opportunity. Free Standing Medical Building in Miami Lakes Business District. Over 5,000 sqft. Close to Expressways and Local Banks, Hotels and Shopping Centers. The building is well maintained and kept in excellent condition. Call Listing Agent for more Information and Showing Instructions. Easy to Show by Appointment only. Motivated Seller and willing to finance with a reasonable down payment.

5.6% DECREASE
(-$100,000)
DAYS ON MARKET: 159 LISTING DATE:
04/08/2019
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Incorporate in 2000, Miami Lakes is one of the youngest towns in the Miami Dade County, Florida. However, you can date the original development of the area to 1962 when Sengra (now Graham Companies) started development on the land belonging to Florida State Senator, Ernest Graham. It was originally planned to have a 30-year development period but development is still not complete.


Planned by Lester Collins, the town has curving tree-shaded roadways to complement the curving lakes. This was different from the usual straight treeless roads with square-shaped lakes you see elsewhere in the US.
The main attraction of the town is a town center by the name of Main Street. Grahams still own a major portion of the town. Spread over an area of 6.52 square miles, this town has 0.85 square miles comprising of lakes with the balance making up for the land area.
The town has a decent population of 30,873 as on 2016 with 92% of the people belonging to the Whites Caucasian or Hispanic communities. The Hispanic communities comprise nearly 81% of this figure. Hence, you find the main language of town as Spanish as compared to English. You have a lot of Arabs as well in this town. Hence, you can hear a lot of Urdu poetry in these areas.


Headed by a Mayor, you have a six member council to govern the town. This town recognizes the contribution of the veterans with the construction of a unique Veteran’s Memorial at the Royal Oaks Park Community Center.
There are many public schools in this area. All these schools owe allegiance to Miami-Dade County Public Schools. You also have one private school, Our Lady of the Lakes.
This is a quiet town with scope for continuous real estate development. Being the youngest of the municipalities in the area, it is a well-planned one.