Ken Klein Of QKapital Group: Where To Do Business In Miami
Ken Klein of QKapital Group is no stranger to a good deal. With his decades of experience as one of the lead lenders in the field of international commercial real estate investments, he understands what it takes to stand out in future markets.
“I specifically, along with my associate, lend commercially,” says the expert in foreign nationals financing for commercial properties. “We have secured a unique market in Miami, which consists mostly of foreign nationals that have come here to develop property. Over the years, the markets and interest has grown from Latin America and Europe. They come to the U.S. with focus as they want to invest and stabilize their money here.”
Southern Florida offers a great destination to acquire and expand properties with yearlong warm weather; beachfront shores that stretch for miles; and a strong economy despite the pandemic. Because of these positives, it’s become an attractive destination for international real estate developers.
When it comes to business and the manner in which to manifest successful meetings with other potential dealmakers, he and his partner at QKapital, Michelle Vainstok, work together to find the best places to book a table. Thanks to networking and fruitful in-person meetings, often with budding developers over excellent cuisine, they have managed to stay a flourishing mortgage lender firm in the sunshine state during the pandemic.
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One attractive place on their speed dial is Bourbon Steak. Michael Mina’s classic American steakhouse is famous for its signature butter-poached steaks and duck fat fries. Other popular offerings of Executive Chef Gabriel Fenton include a chilled seafood selection with items such as the extravagant shellfish tower with oysters, shrimp, lobster and king crab; half maine lobster with espelette dijon; and 1/4 pound king crab with togarashi mayo. Appetizers include Michael’s tuna tartare with Asian pear, quail egg and habanero; hand-cut steak tartare; and spicy lettuce cups.
When it comes to signature dishes, Bourbon Steak offers three cravings-inducing options: the Miso-glazed sea bass with maitake mushroom dashi; the ‘reuben’ style short rib with horseradish potato puree; and the Maine lobster pot pie with a brandy-truffle cream. Of course, the steak house wouldn’t be anything without its selection of oak wood-fired prime angus beef cuts ranging from the filet mignon to the Delmonico rib eye to the 32 ounce porterhouse. And don’t forget the wagyu cuts featuring the Japanese A5 strip loin and the American ribeye filet.
Located in the JW Marriott Turnberry Resort & Spa, Bourbon Steak is a “tribute to the American steakhouse experience with classic Americana infused with world flavors,” states its website. This restaurant has the ambiance and decor (think smoky mirrored glass and artistic gilded finishes) to set the stage for business. It’s tough to go wrong with rich cuisine and craft cocktails, not to mention MINA’s signature whiskey cart experience.
Take it from Klein, an upscale atmosphere, elevated cuisine, and excellent cocktails is a great way for inspired conversation and innovation to flow, no matter the business.
Published at Thu, 29 Apr 2021 07:44:22 +0000
Article source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/chelseadavis/2021/04/29/ken-klein-of-qkapital-group-where-to-do-business-in-miami/