IDI has signed Mercury Marine to a 35,000-square-foot lease at Miramar Centre Business Park Building C.
Mercury Marine, a division of Brunswick Corp., provides engines, services and parts for recreational, commercial and government marine applications. The company’s new space at Miramar Centre will be used as its Latin America distribution headquarters and as a training center, according to a statement.
“As we continue to expand into the Latin American market, Miramar Centre provides us with a strategic distribution location to help us best serve our customers,” Kevin Grodski, president of global sales and marketing at Mercury Marine, said in a statement. “Additionally, Miramar provides us with the needed space to train our customers and access to a strong workforce in South Florida. Having a new, state-of-the-art facility makes our training more effective and reflects the quality of our products.”
To date, IDI has developed seven buildings totaling 800,000 square feet at Miramar Centre Business Park. The company has broken ground on a new building, Building B, for an additional 304,420 square feet in the park.
“We were among the first industrial real estate companies to reinvest in the South Florida market following the recession and that investment has paid off for both us and our tenants,” Larry Dinner, vice president of leasing for IDI’s Florida office, said in a statement.
Harry Tangalakis of CBRE represented Mercury Marine and Larry Dinner represented IDI in this deal.
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