Cushman & Wakefield has arranged a 21,815-square-foot, full-building warehouse lease at Deerfield Commerce Center, a three-building industrial park in Broward County’s Deerfield Beach. The tenant, Beehive3D, is a Delaware-based 3D printing company new to the South Florida market. The startup company expects to create 90+ new jobs in the region over the next five years. The Cushman & Wakefield South Florida Industrial Team of Director Matt McAllister, Executive Director Rick Etner, Executive Director Chris Metzger and Executive Director Christopher Thomson negotiated the lease on behalf of the landlord, DWS/RREEF America REIT II Corp.
Beehive3D is an ambitious, well-funded and fast-paced early stage startup in the additive manufacturing space that is focused on developing solutions for the aerospace, defense, aviation and adjacent industries. Beehive3D will occupy Deerfield Commerce Center Building 1027 and plans to move in January 2021. The facility is fully air-conditioned with 3,730 square feet of built-out office space, 24-foot clear height, three dock doors and one drive-in ramp. Situated at 1027 SW 30th Ave., the property provides excellent visibility from Southwest 10th Avenue, as well as convenient access to Interstate 95, Florida’s Turnpike and the Sawgrass Expressway.
“Demand for industrial space in the Deerfield Beach submarket has been increasing,” said McAllister. “This is the third full-building lease our team has completed in Deerfield over the past three months, along with four other leases in this submarket for just over 262,000 square feet leased since the end of August.”
[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Listen to Post"]
Get the latest industry news and information from CRE-sources delivered right to your email inbox! And we promise…no more than one email each morning.]]>
Get the latest industry news and information from CRE-sources delivered right to your email inbox! And we promise…no more than one email each morning.
And we promise…no more than one email each morning.