Avison Young is pleased to present Sunset One, a ±9,674 square foot retail and office building (the "Property") located in South Miami’s popular Sunset Drive corridor. This is an exceptional stabilized property with multiple attributes that make the Property a solid long term cash flowing investment that will only appreciate in value due to its excellent location and high visibility.
Premier dual frontage and visibility from US-1 and Sunset Drive provide Sunset One with some of the highest traffic counts for high-street retail in Miami (a combined 121,500 vehicles per day).
This immediate area is poised to benefit tremendously from the upcoming surge of activity through multiple significant mixed-use developments in the immediate area of the property.
Currently fully stabilized with a strong and diverse mix of professional office and retail tenants.
Located in the prime corner of South Miami's Opportunity Zone, with excellent surrounding demographics, and pinned between two of Miami's most affluent neighborhoods, Coral Gables and Pinecrest.
Within close proximity to the well-to-do student base of the University of Miami and the significant employee base of South Miami Hospital.
The accessibility to a major transit station, combined with the walkability of the area, has made the Sunset neighborhood one of Miami’s most popular dining and nightlife hotspots.
All information based on the most recently available data (updated annually) and is provided in 1-mile, 3-mile, and 5-mile radii (radiuses) of the property location.
|Population Median Age||40||40||42|
|Population by Age||0-9 Yrs||1385 (9%)||11459 (9%)||35665 (9%)|
|10-19 Yrs||1375 (9%)||14223 (12%)||38638 (10%)|
|20-29 Yrs||2968 (19%)||17624 (15%)||47188 (12%)|
|30-39 Yrs||2077 (13%)||13966 (12%)||47666 (13%)|
|40-49 Yrs||1868 (12%)||14701 (12%)||50226 (13%)|
|50-59 Yrs||2395 (15%)||16334 (14%)||53121 (14%)|
|60-69 Yrs||1463 (9%)||12804 (11%)||40865 (11%)|
|70+ Yrs||1652 (10%)||13904 (12%)||51305 (14%)|
|Median HH Income||$65,328||$78,339||$65,808|
|Total Household Income||< 24K||1174 (20%)||6554 (17%)||24163 (19%)|
|25-49K||1134 (19%)||6664 (17%)||24566 (20%)|
|50-74K||943 (16%)||5429 (14%)||18838 (15%)|
|75-99K||495 (8%)||3978 (10%)||13346 (10%)|
|100-199K||1334 (23%)||9128 (23%)||25630 (21%)|
|200K+||711 (12%)||6603 (17%)||15076 (12%)|
|Highest Education Level||No Diploma||634||6633||33443|
|Diploma or GED||1990||14906||61382|
|Total Housing Units||6,636||43,015||135,431|
|Owner-Occupied Values||< 100K||136||769||2416|
|Total Working Age Population||12,827||96,440||306,904|
|In Work Force||8,820||60,092||192,621|
|Not In Work Force||4,007||36,348||114,283|
|Single Male w/Child||107||442||1,966|
|Single Female w/Child||318||1,925||6,627|
Population Change Last Two Decades - Plus Projection
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