Pembroke Pines, Fla. — Thorofare Capital Inc. has provided $43.7 million in senior mortgage financing to an entity managed by Miami-based Terra for 16000 Pines Market, a 135,000-square-foot mixed-use development nearing completion in Pembroke Pines. Keith Kurland, Jackson Sastri and Ian Hawk of Walker & Dunlop arranged the financing. Terra will utilize the loan proceeds to finish construction, capitalize tenant improvements/leasing commissions and carry the project until it’s stabilized. The first phase of construction for 16000 Pines Market was completed earlier this year, with construction of Phase II now underway and slated to deliver in 2022. Publix as well as Burlington and Crunch Fitness anchor the shopping center. Additional tenants include Verizon Wireless, Regions Bank, a United States Postal Service branch, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Vivo Pizza & Pasta, FirstWatch Café, Cheddar’s and MD Now.
Thorofare Capital Provides $43.7 Million Financing for 16000 Pines Market Retail Development in South Florida