LYND Relocates To Brickell Avenue
LYND, a national real estate investment, development and management firm, has found a new home for its Miami office.
The company has moved into a 6,000 sf space at 1111 Brickell, Suite 2375, Miami, FL. The Miami office, which is serving as a hub for LYND’s national expansion, was established by Managing Partner Constantine Scurtis.
“Miami has become an important base for us to carry out our business plan,” said A. David Lynd, president and chief operating officer. “Since coming here five years ago, we have grown considerably through deal flow and the addition of several new professionals. We feel we are well positioned to build off of our current momentum.”
The new office is home to several of LYND’s divisions and affiliate companies, including: LYND Commercial, which invests in and manages commercial properties throughout the U.S.; LYND Community Management, which manages community associations throughout the country; LYND Asset Management, a division that is managing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of distressed real estate purchased over the past several years; and SL Capital, a commercial real estate finance company that specializes in conduit lending.
LYND, which has roots in San Antonio, Texas, has made its mark in Miami since entering the market five years ago. In that time, it has sourced and closed on nearly a billion dollars worth of distressed real estate, expanded its commercial and multifamily real estate portfolio, formed condominium management, hospitality and student housing divisions and also announced plans to co-develop a 390-unit luxury multifamily tower in Mary Brickell Village called EnV Brickell.
“Now that we have a new office pumping at full-steam, I look forward to what we can accomplish over the next few years,” said Lynd.
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