Miramar in the News
National beverage company expands, leases new South Florida facility
Seagis Property Group
Seagis @ Riveria Boulevard, the latest addition to Seagis Property Group's expanding portfolio in South Florida
A distributor of 6,000 beverage brands across most of North America signed a lease to occupy a recently built 61,000-square-
foot warehouse and distribution facility in Miramar.
Breakthru Beverage Florida, a subsidiary of Breakthru Beverage Group, will move into the Seagis @ Riviera Boulevard building in early December. Located at 7481 Riviera Blvd. in Miramar, Seagis is just four miles away from Breakthru's 198,000-square-foot warehouse in Miramar Park of Commerce.
Michael Oretsky, Tom O'Loughlin, and Larry Genet of CBRE represented Breakthru Beverage Group in the lease negotiations. Steve Medwin and Nick Wigoda of Newmark represented landlord Seagis Property Group. Also involved in the lease negotiations was Bradlee Lord, vice president of Seagis' South Florida office.
A spokesman for Breakthru Beverage Group said "increased volume growth" was the reason it closed on the lease deal on Nov. 8.
Breakthru also will keep its Miramar Park of Commerce facility open, he added.
From the South Florida Business Journal:
Reporter - South Florida Business
Ryder System Inc. leases 152,573 square feet in Broward
May 18, 2022, 3:42pm EDT
Cushman & Wakefield
Ryder Logistics is leasing 152,573 square feet of space in Cabot Miramar.
Medley-based Ryder System Inc. (NYSE: R) secured 152,573 square feet within Miramar Centre Business Park. Ryder will immediately occupy the space at 15501 S.W. 29th St., according to a release from Cushman & Wakefield South Florida'sBoca Raton-based industrial team, and move out of its 80,000-square-foot space in Seneca Park at 2701 S.W. 32nd Ave. in Miami.
Matt McAllister, Chris Metzger, Christopher Thompson, and RickEtner, Jr. of Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) represented the landlord, Boston-based Cabot Partners. Jose and SebastianJuncadella of Fairchild Partners represented Ryder. As a result of the Ryder leasing deal, the 304,428-square-foot Cabot Miramar building is now fully leased. Its neighboring tenants include Aero Accessories and All Clear Aerospace & Defense. Built-in 2015, the industrial property was previously known as Bridge Point Miramar. Chicago-based Bridge Development Partners(now known as Bridge Industrial) sold the building to CabotPartners for $71.55 million. The building features a spec office, 32-foot clear ceiling height, a 130-foot truck court, 48 dock doors, and fire safety systems...
Reporter - South Florida Business Journal
Public company signs long-term lease at former USA Today printing press
A rendering of the new
Chamberlain University in Miramar
once renovation work is complete
CRG Integrated Real Estate Solutions will turn USA Today'sformer printing press facility in southern Broward into a 56,000-square-foot health care and nursing school run by aChicago-based for-profi t institution.
Adtalem Global Education (NYSE: ATGE) signed a long-term lease to move its Chamberlain University nursing school into the ex-printing and distribution facility once the rehab is complete at 10315 USA Today Way in Miramar. The printing press is five miles away from Chamberlain'scurrent Miramar campus at 2300 S.W. 145th Ave.
Jason Blum, VP of development for Clayton, Missouri-headquartered CRG, told the Business Journal that the former printing facility was an ideal spot for Adtalem.
"It is located near [Chamberlain University's] existing campus, which was an important consideration for current students and stakeholders, and the size and layout of the building fit the parameters needed for its new campus," Blum said in an e-mail.
The facility is also large enough to increase ChamberlainUniversity's student body "in order to meet the ever-growing demand for health care professionals," Blumadded.
Pending regulatory approvals from the state, the new campus will house administrative offices for Adtalem'sother schools, too, including Ross University School of medicine, the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, and the Medical Education ReadinessProgram, according to a release from CRG.
Besides administrative offices and classrooms, the future seven-acre Chamberlain University will have science labs, simulation care centers, study areas, and lounges, and 300 parking spaces, CRG stated.
CRG plans to spend $250 a square foot renovating the structure, Blum said. Preliminary work has already started, but a timeline for the project is yet to be determined.
By Erik Bojnansky
Reporter, South Florida Business Journal
Related Group obtains $70M loan to build hundreds of apartments in Broward
An a?liate of the Related Group obtained a $69.86 million construction loan to build apartments with ground-?oor retail space in Miramar. The city of Miramar sold the 3.74-acre site at 1 Main St., in its Miramar Town Center project, for $3.2 million to RD Manor Miramar LLC, an a?liate of Miami-based Related.
Group, in partnership with Boston-based Rockpoint Group. The city agreed to this deal in 2019 following a request for proposals process. Wells Fargo Bank provided the mortgage to the developer. The project is expected to break ground in the ?rst half of October. Designed by the Miami o?ce of Stantec, Manor Miramar would rise eight stories, with 393 apartments in 362,882 square feet, about 28,000 square feet of retail, and a 650-space parking garage. The developer agreed to lease half of the retail space to the Miramar police. The project would include 40 units of workforce housing...
Senior Reporter, South Florida Business Journal
Sep 14, 2021
Updated Sep 15, 2021, 10:44am EDT
Amerant Bank signs 10-year office lease at Miramar Park ofCommerce
Coral Gables-based Amerant Bank will expand its footprint with a new 10-year lease at Broward County’sMiramar Park of Commerce.
Amerant Bank will occupy 56,494 square feet within the industrial park campus at 10500 Marks Way. The office will house more than 300 employees as early as fall 2022.
Miramar Park of Commerce is home to more than 180 national and international companies, including ADT, Siemens, Spirit Airlines, Space Coast Credit Union, and Tommy Hilfiger. The complex is one of South Florida’s largest locally owned and managed business parks, with more than 5 million square feet of office/service, laboratory, pharmacy, light manufacturing, and distribution space.
“It was important we find a space that meets the evolving needs of our team members,” Carlos Iafigliola, CFO of Amerant Bank, said in a statement. “After extensive research, we found this conveniently located, brand-new modern workspace will do exactly that.” Colliers’ Executive Managing Director Jonathan Kingsley and Managing Director Jarred Goodstein represented landlord.
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City of Miramar’s Economic Development and Housing Department Receives Accreditation by the International Economic Development Council
The Only City in Broward County to Receive the Designation
MIRAMAR, FL- Wednesday, November 23, 2022- The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) announces that the City of Miramar’s Economic Development and Housing Department (EDH) has been recognized as one of 71 economic development organizations across the United States and Canada to be accredited by IEDC as an Accredited Economic Development Organization (AEDO).
“Miramar’s Economic Development and Housing Department displays the professionalism, commitment, and technical expertise that is deserving of this honor,” said IEDC President and CEO Nathan Ohle.
Anita Fain Taylor, Director of Miramar’s EDH added, “My team is honored to be given this distinction by the IEDC. We have a hard-working and dedicated staff who administer the various programs that benefit our local businesses, and they continue to deliver with consistency and excellence.”
The AEDO program is a comprehensive peer review process that measures economic development organizations against commonly held standards in the profession. The program consists of two phases: a documentation review and an onsite visit. Each phase is designed to evaluate information about the structure, organization, funding, programs, and staff of the candidate economic development organization.
Earning the AEDO accreditation tells the community and prospects that Miramar’s Economic Development and Housing Department has attained a measure of excellence assuring that their trust is well-placed and their business is in good hands.
Maintenance of the AEDO status is required every three years and is accomplished through documentation submission and/or onsite visits by a team of the AEDO subcommittee.
The International Economic Development Council is the largest membership association serving economic and community development professionals in the world. With over 5,000 members nationwide and abroad, IEDC offers the economic development profession one source for information and professional development, one voice for the profession and one force for advocacy. For more information on IEDC or the AEDO program, call Dana Crater at (910) 821.0245; fax (202) 223.4745; write to IEDC at 1275 K Street NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20005; email email@example.com; or visit IEDC’s website at www.iedconline.org.
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