Promise Hospital of Miami: The Grahams started their business endeavors in South Florida in the 1930s when Ernest Graham and his wife Florence opened Graham Dairy Inc. Since then the Graham Cos. has developed much of the affluent suburb. This 60-bed, long-term acute care hospital built in 2015 at 14001 NW 82nd Ave. is part of the Graham portfolio.
Publix shopping plaza: This is a 64,019-square-foot shopping plaza constructed in 2007 on 28.2 acres at 15000 Miami Lakes Dr., according to the Miami-Dade County property records.
Industrial: When the Graham family embarked on developing Miami Lakes, its goal was to create a community with a mix of residential and commercial real estate, including industrial, according to the company's website. This is a five-building industrial property in the 14500 block of NW 60th Ave.
CVS: Graham Cos.' Miami Lakes development was led by Ernest Graham's three sons. Bob Graham was a U.S. senator and Florida governor, Phil Graham was publisher of The Washington Post, and William Graham was the Graham Cos.' president. This 11,793-square-foot CVS, built in 2002 on a 72,071-square-foot lot, is part of the company's portfolio in Miami Lakes.
Baptist: This medical office plaza is affiliated with Baptist Health South Florida, the South Miami-based nonprofit health care organization. The 26,714-square-foot, two-story building was constructed in 1982 on a 87,120-square-foot lot, according to the property appraiser's office.


Offices: The 29-property portfolio refinanced June 21 includes at least 35,576 square feet of office space. This is a Graham Cos.' office property on 3.9 acres.
Multifamily: The Graham Cos. owns residential projects in Miami Lakes such as this garden-style, multibuilding property on 6.8 acres at 16185 NW 64th Ave. The three-story buildings at the St. Tropez Apartments have a total of 147 apartments, according to the property appraiser's office.

Graham Cos., the developer of much of Miami Lakes, refinanced 29 properties in the northwest Miami-Dade County town. The lender? American International Group Inc., the New York-based global insurer.

AIG provided a $120 million, 15-year loan. The long term is exactly why Graham Cos. decided to go with an alternative lender instead of a commercial bank.

“Your normal banks and those kinds of lenders don’t tend to go that long. Some do, but generally speaking they don’t,” said Stuart Wyllie, head of Graham Cos.

The refinanced real estate includes commercial properties from a hospital to a Publix-anchored shopping plaza. Here are some of the properties.