Cushman & Wakefield Arranges ±66,000-SF Industrial Renewal

Cushman & Wakefield’s South Florida Industrial Team negotiated three lease renewals totaling 66,053 square feet on behalf of German manufacturer MAN Engines & Components at 551 SW 13th Terrace in Pompano Business Park.

The Cushman & Wakefield team was comprised of Matthew G. McAllisterChris MetzgerRichard F. Etner Jr., and Christopher Thomson. Pete Sheridan of JLL represented the building’s owner, Prologis.

MAN Engines & Components is a subsidiary of Augsburg, Germany-based MAN Energy Solutions, which produces large-bore diesel engines and turbomachinery for use in marine propulsion systems, power plant applications, and turbochargers. MAN Energy Solutions employs more than 14,000 people globally with MAN Engines & Components employing 42 workers at this location in Pompano Beach, where it packages MAN high speed marine engines for major boat builders and its distributors.

Since 1997, MAN Engines & Components has been the primary importer and service representative of MAN engines, components, and parts. The company services North, Central, and South America. MAN Engines & Components is also the exclusive importer of industrial diesel and gas engines for construction equipment, agricultural machinery, and power generation, including CHP (combined heat power) applications.

“We are incredibly pleased to have represented MAN Engines in their lease renewals at Pompano Business Park,” said McAllister. “Retaining technical companies with a long history of employing the highly-skilled workforce of Broward County is a win-win for all parties.”

 

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