STEPHEN H. BITTEL, CHAIRMAN OF TERRANOVA CORP.: 'I WANT TO DO MORE'
BY INA PAIVA CORDLEICORDLE@MIAMIHERALD.COM. Stephen H. Bittel, chairman of Terranova Corp., has reached new heights in the realm of commercial real estate since his firm’s $342million sale of a portfolio of six buildings on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach — one of the largest property deals in South Florida history. Terranova remains an owner and managing member of the properties, in a new partnership with Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing. In total, Terranova Corp., which Bittel founded in 1980, owns and operates more than $1 billion of real estate in Florida, mostly in South Florida.
Urban Retail Report 2013
Occupancy and asking rents have kept an upward trend in South Florida’s retail streets, with Lincoln Road continuing to exceed in rental levels. New energy is apparent in all South Florida retail streets, from posh Worth Avenue in Palm Beach to gritty Flagler Street in downtown Miami, two streets newly included in this annual report, and which illustrate the challenges and conquests at the two extremes of the urban street experience.
TERRANOVA SIGNS DEAL WITH WELLS FARGO
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA –October 1, 2014 –Terranova Corporation is pleased to announce the addition of Wells Fargo to the Shoppes of Ives Dairy, a 25,000 square foot center in Miami Gardens, Florida.
The San Francisco-based banking giant signed a 5-year lease for 826 square feet at 19809 NW 2nd Avenue. With over 12,000 ATMs coast to coast, the new Wells Fargo ATM is projected to launch February 2015.