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Florida Keys motel featured in Netflix’s Bloodline sells for $7M

The Islamorada development will be renovated as well

The Harbor Lights Motel in the Florida Keys
The Harbor Lights Motel in the Florida Keys
Courtesy of Berkadia

Harbor Lights, a Florida Keys motel featured in the Netflix show Bloodline, sold recently for $6.8 million.

It was among the two Islamorada hotels acquired by Songy Highroads LLC and the Wardman Group, joining the Days Inn Islamorada Resort, a 37-unit property located about two miles away that sold for $7.05 million. Harbor Lights sits on five acres and was built in two stages, dating back to 1953.

Berkadi secured the two loans, which will also provide the capital “needed to elevate the assets with upgrades, amenities and branding,” according to Berkadia South Florida Senior Managing Director Charles Foschini.

Days Inn Islamorada Resort’s summer rates are around $140 a night for standard rooms while a stay at Harbor Lights runs around $90 at the moment. The latter is in for a rebranding and renovation, per the website, which states the new look will be unveiled by the end of 2017.

Netflix released Bloodline’s third and final season this past May. The “Rayburn House,” the hotel most prominently featured from the premiere, is Moorings Village & Spa, which also happens to be in Islamorada.

Rendering of a renovated Harbor Lights Motel
via Harbor Lights