State Street Realty Vice President Frank Trelles, SIOR, and Armando Romero of Broker Nation represented the buyer.
Designed by RLC Architects and Jackson Liles Architecture, the three-story building has a host of features found in few warehouses.
The 436,788-square-foot office complex was constructed in 1988
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“I am looking forward to a rewarding new year in commercial real estate,” said 2021 NAIOP South Florida Chapter President Ryan Nee. “As president, I will work to facilitate new alliances among members that will support personal, professional and economic development throughout the tri-county. While the pandemic limited face-to-face engagement in 2020, we are eagerly committed to offering new ways for our members to engage and thrive in 2021.”
The new six-story, precast double-tee concrete building is Miller’s seventh project for Holman Automotive.
Berger Commercial Realty’s Stephen Hyatt and Judy Dolan represented seller in the sale.
The project will feature a 64-story apartment tower comprising 1,175 units, as well as 190,000 square feet of office space, a 200-room hotel, 10,000 square feet of retail space and 1,400 parking spaces.
The Town Square project involves the $118 million renovation of the historic Boynton Beach High School into an Arts and Cultural center, a Children’s Schoolhouse Museum, a fire station, police station, residential, retail, hospitality, public amenities, parking garages, a library, and a new City Hall to create positive community and economic impact.
In business for 23 years with offices located in Fort Lauderdale, Miramar and Boynton Beach, Berger Commercial Realty currently leases and manages the 100,316-square-foot, 7-story Class A office building, soon to be the new home of the company.