Berger Commercial Realty’s Joe Byrnes, Keith Graves, John Forman Negotiate 47,000 SF Industrial Lease Deal
Senior Vice Presidents and Keith R. Graves, CCIM and Joseph P. Byrnes and Senior Sales Associate John Forman represented landlord Bridge 595, LLC in a ±47,316-square-foot lease deal at Bridge Point 595, a Class A industrial distribution facility located at 2750 Bridge Way in Davie.
The tenant, Vessel FL Operations, LLC. (Reef Technology) is the largest operator of mobility, logistics hubs, and neighborhood kitchens in the United States, Canada, and has a growing presence in Europe. The company was attracted to Bridge Point 595’s central tri-county location as well as its proximity to the Florida Turnpike, I-595, I-95, I-75, and Sawgrass Expressway alongside its easy access to South Florida’s other major transportation arteries.
“Bridge develops their projects with best-in-class amenities and features, which is very appealing to the quality tenants that occupy their facilities,” explained Graves.
In addition to leasing and marketing the project on behalf of the landlord, Berger Commercial Realty facilitated the sale of the land to Bridge Development Partners for development in 2019.
Bridge Point 595 features three Class-A industrial buildings. Buildings 1 and 2 each total 290,295 square feet and Building 3 totals 96,724 square feet. The three buildings feature 32’ clear ceiling heights, dock-high loading, ESFR sprinkler systems, a 1.04/1,000 parking ratio, 54’ column spacing and 60’ speed bays. The park also offers easy connections to South Florida’s busiest air and seaports, including Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport, Port Everglades, Port Miami and Miami International Airport.
Ricardo Lazoff with Maven Realty, LLC represented the tenant.
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