New developments are hitting downtown Miami including the newly announced "Riverside Wharf" project which will also involve a 165-key Dream Miami luxury hotel by Dream Hotel Group.
New 165-key Dream Hotel is to be centerpiece to world-class Riverside Wharf hospitality and entertainment development in the heart of Downtown Miami.
“We are finally seeing tailwinds in the hotel industry,” Driftwood Capital’s CEO Carlos Rodriguez Sr. tells GlobeSt.com about the market recovery.
Miami Developer Alex Mantecon of MV Real Estate Holdings (MVREH), in conjunction with Driftwood Capital, one of the country’s leading hospitality sponsors, has revealed plans for a hospitality-driven entertainment complex situated along the historic Miami River.
Riverside Wharf, a $185 million, 200,000-sf entertainment complex, has been announced by MV Real Estate Holdings and Driftwood Capital. The two-tower development will offer a fully immersive Miami experience anchored by the 165-key Dream Miami luxury hotel.
Slated to break ground in 2022, the Riverside Wharf will soon be the newest entertainment attraction along the Miami River.
Developers MV Real Estate Holdings and Driftwood Capital have announced plans for a $185M entertainment district called Riverside Wharf in Downtown Miami.
The team behind the hot-spot destination has just announced their plans to bring a new entertainment-driven venue to the Miami River, called Riverside Wharf.
Developers of the Wharf Miami complex along the Miami River on Monday revealed plans for an ambitious $185 million expansion into what will become Riverside Wharf.
Dream Hotel Group has announced plans to open a 165-key, 10-story hotel as part of a hospitality-driven entertainment complex
Between the trendy restaurants, new hotels, and perfectly Instagrammable attractions, Miami's tourism and hospitality industry is constantly evolving.
A Miami developer is partnering with Driftwood Capital to develop a Dream Hotel-anchored hotel and entertainment complex on the site of the popular Wharf bar and event venue along the Miami River.
The developers hope to break ground on the 10-story project in 2022 and complete it in 2025.
Driftwood has acquired The Wylie Hotel, a brand new, 111-key boutique hotel in Atlanta’s historic Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. The property, which opened in May 2021, is the only independent boutique hotel in Midtown’s booming office and lodging market.
Located at 551 Ponce De Leon Ave. NE, The Wylie Hotel is situated adjacent to Ponce City Market, a mixed-use destination along the Atlanta BeltLine.
The opportunity clock is ticking. As a critical deadline in the qualified opportunity zone program approaches on December 31, 2021, investors are finding the potential tax benefits of the program increasingly attractive.
Driftwood intends to undertake a full-scale renovation of the property and convert it to a Tribute By Marriott – making it the only branded hotel in the historic district.
Driftwood Capital has announced that it acquired the Sheraton Old San Juan, a 240-room hotel and 27,500-square-foot retail complex in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Driftwood Capital, a commercial real estate investment, development and lending platform specializing in hospitality, has acquired the Sheraton Old San Juan, a 240-room hotel and 27,500-square-foot retail complex in Old San Juan, it announced.
Tishman Realty vendió el icónico hotel Sheraton del Viejo San Juan a Driftwood Capital, una firma de inversión, desarrollo y préstamos de bienes raíces comerciales, que se especializa en el mercado hotelero.
As part of the renovation, Driftwood will also unveil a new concept for the hotel's second-floor restaurant, which overlooks Old San Juan Harbor, with the goal of creating a vibrant social scene that will draw in both hotel guests and cruise ship visitors.
Driftwood acquires the Sheraton Old San Juan, a 240-room hotel and 27,500-square-foot retail complex in the heart of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico and intends to undertake a full-scale renovation of the property and convert it to a Tribute By Marriott – making it the only branded hotel in the historic district.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created an uneven hotel deals market in the U.S., one in which buyers are paying above asking price for certain properties while other hotels go up on the auction block.
Driftwood has expanded its executive team with the appointment of two new managing directors. Caroline Gould Lewittes as managing director, investor & public relations, and George Rupp as managing director, business development & consultant relations.