An all-female, Miami-based team from Colliers International South Florida closed a $14 million sale of an industrial property in the city’s Wynwood neighborhood.

Executive vice president and broker Mika Mattingly, vice president of Urban Core Leasing Noa Figari and client services coordinator Cecilia Estevez represented the seller. All three are part of the eight-member Colliers Urban Core division, started by Mattingly, which specializes in about 12 Miami areas, including Allapattah, the Design District, Edgewater and Wynwood.

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