Apeiron at the Jockey Club Miami

Silver Arch Closes $21M Loan for 1M SF Hotel, Residential Development in Miami

by John Nelson

MIAMI — Silver Arch Capital Partners, a private lender based in Hackensack, N.J., has closed a $21 million loan for Apeiron at the Jockey Club in Miami. Once the site of the popular Jockey Club in the 1960s, the new hotel and residential development will span 1 million square feet at 111 Biscayne Blvd. David Larson of NGKF Capital Markets arranged the 2-year loan through Silver Arch Capital on behalf of Apeiron Miami LLC, a partnership headed by Ritz-Carlton Group co-founder Horst Schulze, former chairman of HBA International Michael Bedner and former vice president of Related International Muayad Abbas. The partnership will use the loan for engineering, architecture and planning purposes for the development, which will be built in two phases. Phase I is a 41-story tower that will feature 120 residential condominium units, 90 hotel rooms, a restaurant, fitness center and amenities. Phase I will also comprise a 417-space, two-story parking garage and the reconstruction of a 38-slip marina. Phase II will be a 120-unit residential condominium building and a 346-space parking structure.

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