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Black Lion Secures Only Restaurant Space at Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum for $6.4M

Real estate revolutionary and president of Black Lion, Robert Rivani, just secured the coveted ground floor restaurant space at the prestigious One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid for $6.4 million.

Rivani’s off-market purchase marks Black Lion’s first deal in the Downtown area, a beacon that completes the company’s portfolio of trophy properties spanning from Wynwood and Brickell down to Miami Beach. Spanning 6,500-square-feet of interiors, this is the only restaurant space in the celeb favorite residential high-rise, home to high profile owners including David & Victoria Beckham, David Grutman, Marc Anthony, billionaire Anthony Hsieh and actress Sela Ann Ward to name a few.

“One Thousand Museum is one of the most iconic and architecturally significant buildings in all of Miami. I knew we had to have a piece of it,” said Robert Rivani, President of Black Lion. “Our objective at Black Lion is to curate transformative lifestyle experiences and we plan to do just that with this property–bringing in a world class restaurant or hospitality group to operate out of the space will be a key investment for our Miami expansion.”

This is the 10th property acquisition in Black Lion’s growing South Florida portfolio totaling well into the hundreds of millions. 

Founded in 2014, commercial real estate investment company Black Lion has transacted more than $500 million in deals across the United States. Helmed by President Robert Rivani, the company has transformed properties across the country into thriving retail, entertainment and hospitality destinations, with a portfolio including restaurants, nightlife venues and retail power centers. Black Lion presently focuses on hospitality ventures, as South Florida’s social scene continues to expand. The company’s recently announced projects include high profile restaurant spaces at both the Marea and the Continuum high-rises in Miami Beach, Amara at Pariso, an iconic waterfront restaurant in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood led by a James Beard Award-winning chef, and an immersive jungle experience in Wynwood, Miami’s famed creative hub, to name a few.

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