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Thor Equities Welcomes See Saw Kitchen & Bar to Wynwood Walk in Miami

Thor Equities, a global leader in urban real estate development, leasing and management, announced it has leased 13,650 square feet at Wynwood Walk to See Saw Kitchen & Bar.

A concept from Forward Hospitality Group, See Saw Kitchen has selected Wynwood Walk for their first East Coast location and will occupy three levels at the property including the entire roof deck. Known as a destination for modern American cuisine, sports, and nightlife, See Saw Kitchen is an ideal addition to the development and perfectly complements the development’s current roster. Wynwood Walk is also home to popular Italian restaurant and beer garden, Bottled Blonde, international retailer Yoyoso, and Driveshack, an entertainment destination for golf, drinks, food, games, and events.

“We are thrilled See Saw Kitchen has chosen Wynwood Walk for their first location in Florida,” said Executive Vice President, Jack J. Sitt. “More than 75% of the asset was leased during a global pandemic which is a testament to this first-class development and Miami’s strong appeal. The location and amenities provide the ideal setting for SeeSaw Kitchen to grow their concept and we look forward to welcoming more exciting tenants to this property.”

Thor’s portfolio in Miami includes nearby 250 NW 24th Street and 2722 NW 2nd Avenue in Wynwood, 70 NE 39th Street in the Design District, as well as 605 Lincoln Road.

In the past few weeks Thor acquired two industrial assets in Atlanta and three prime office buildings outside of Washington D.C. Thor’s industrial platform grew significantly in 2021 with the company adding properties in key markets including Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Madrid, and Paris, to its portfolio. Thor has also been increasingly active in the life science sector after making investments beginning in 2014, with holdings in exclusive clusters including Northern New Jersey, Berkeley, and Boston.

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