Your Real Estate Development Partner

For Investors

If you invest in educational or senior living facilities, you will find a number of reasons to partner with F.P. Dino. Since 1991 we’ve been helping our clients successfully develop and manage specialized real estate facilities.

We draw upon our decades of experience, extensive network and creative insights to help you make lucrative investment decisions by unlocking capital tied up in real estate.

We also nurture relationships that live on through joint efforts of syndication to develop projects in partnership with experienced investors who began with a single transaction, which led to multiple successful experiences as partners. We currently act as consulting developer for non-profit board managed charter schools, to develop campus projects, held in the name of the school.

Read about some of our recent new development projects

Miami Gardens Pre-School

650 Miami Gardens Dr. (NW 183rd St.)

In 2016, a new state of the art day care center opened that offers a nurturing environment for 115 of the area’s youngest residents. Classroom sizes are generous, and the facility has a full warming kitchen to provide meals and snacks. The Staff to children ratio is close knit, providing significantly more supervision, together with a superior curriculum, than what can be found among other centers elsewhere in the community.

Rolling Oaks Education Center

18200 NW 22nd Ave. Miami Gardens, FL 33056

Rolling Oaks Education Center is a campus community on 2.4 acres of high visibility commercial property in the heart of the City of Miami Gardens in NW Miami-Dade County, FL.

Florida City Centre

West Palm Drive, Florida City, FL

Florida City Centre is a three (3) acre development located on West Palm Drive, Florida City, Fl. The land area is comprised of two (2) parcels of nearly equal size. Each is capable of supporting a building of 30,000 square feet, for a total of 60,000 square feet of class A buildings. Each structure shall provide sufficient floor space to accommodate approximately 600 students each.