Berger Commercial Realty Negotiates Five Leases At Seagis @ Port 95
Berger Commercial Realty/Corfac International Vice President Jonathan Thiel, Sales Associates Daniel Forman and Senior Vice President Keith R. Graves, CCIM, represented the landlord, Seagis Property Group LP, in executing five industrial leases at Seagis @ Port 95, a 140,634-square-foot warehouse park located at 3400-3406 SW 26th Terrace within Port 95 in Dania Beach.
The deals include a lease renewal with Spot Color Eyewear for 4,258 square feet, as well as the following new leases:
- PromptCare for 8,512 square feet for a 60.5 month term
- Drew Marine for 4,256 square feet for a 60-month term
- Fairborn Equipment for 4,256 square feet for a 37-month term
- A Head For Profits for 4,256 square feet for a 36-month term
Located just south of State Road 84 and just west of I-95, Seagis @ Port 95 is a prime building park offering small bay warehousing consisting of 3 multi-tenant warehouse buildings featuring 4,000-8,000-square-foot units with dock loading wells and ramped loading doors, as well as convenient access to State Road 84, I-95, I-595, Florida’s Turnpike, Fort Lauderdale International Airport and Port Everglades. The units have a store front entrance with rear loading.
Seagis Property Group LP paid $24.5 million for the asset in July. Seagis Property Group is rapidly expanding their footprint in South Florida and the company’s recent purchase showcases their vigor to grow their portfolio. Seagis Property Group LP owns and operates over 11.8 million square feet of industrial buildings in New Jersey, New York City, and Miami-Dade/Broward.
Lloyd Berger, President of Berger Commercial Realty/Corfac International, has been involved with the project since 1988, representing the family that has owned the park since its development.
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