Private investment company—CPF has newly closed a $33 million deal in which JP Morgan Chase graciously helped refinance, a 2.6 million-square-foot complex located on the west end of the Opa-Locka Executive Airport. This project will provide a 135,000 square-foot facility that will operator Banyan Air Service (who signed a 20 year contract for $40 million back in 2010).
The company hopes to properly develop a 12,000 square-foot retailer strip as well as a hotel that will occupy 120-rooms. This definitely exemplifies self-assurance when it comes to banks leading out money to the right people, all in the effort to keeping strong and prosperous business like CPF up and running. Principal for the company Ernesto Cambo, reports that could not be anymore pleased and hope’s to bring the continued success that the company has had over the years.