MIAMI—Mayan Properties just invested $5 million in Riverbend Marketplace, a 190,000-square-foot retail shopping center under construction in Broward County. Mayan is the investment arm of merchant banking firm Aztec Group. The Riverbend project will bring the first Walmart Supercenter to the City of Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Mayan managing director Jason Shapiro and director of investments James Fried, along with Aztec director Sean Harrington, led the transaction. Construction is underway on Riverbend. It’s set to open to the public in late 2015.

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