Skyline Equities Realty Sells Development Rights for Miami Condominium Community

Skyline Equities Realities has recently completed a deal to sell its luxury community SkyPalace, located in Miami, within Mary Brickell Village. Lynd Development and LNR Property will be the new developers of this property. Blackrock Realty Advisors will serve as the equity source.

Miami—Skyline Equities Realities has recently completed a deal to sell its luxury community SkyPalace, located in Miami, within Mary Brickell Village. Lynd Development and LNR Property will be the new developers of this property. Blackrock Realty Advisors will serve as the equity source.

“Skyline Equities Realty always acquires and develops unique projects,” Stylianos G. Vayanos, vice president, communications and business development, Skyline Equities Realty, tells MHN. “SkyPalace is certainly unique in that it rises directly above The Shops at Mary Brickell Village, alongside the towering architectural masterpieces that rise along the eastern edge of Brickell Avenue, Miami’s financial district. Offering its residents an unparalleled array of amenities, SkyPalace will offer charm and a relaxing atmosphere though a classical architectural design that will defy time, unheard of amongst most major metropolitan areas.”

Miami’s Brickell Avenue area has recently seen a transformational boom. Because of the new office and residential developments, as well as the groundbreaking of Brickell CitiCentre, Lynd Development and LNR Property are determining the best approach for developing SkyPalace.

“We continue to identify development opportunities throughout the region and will deliver the highest quality and standards in the market,” Evangeline Gouletas, chairman and CEO, Skyline Equities Realty, said in a press statement. “With over $5 billion in luxury condominium sales and more than 30,000 condominiums developed in 40 plus markets throughout the Unites States, Skyline’s vision for development is synonymous with prestige.”

Skyline has ensured that the new business plan will give a 100 percent refund for the existing condo deposits.

“We are very please to have successfully constructed an agreement with such notable and well-respected partners,” Vayanos says. “We remained vigilant in our pursuit to create a new structure that would allow Miami to receive a high-level development in line with the city’s vibrancy. Today we have achieved that vision.”