As exclusive agent for the Landlord, Levy Realty Advisors’ Broker and President Alan Levy, negotiated six leases totaling 15,000 square feet at Spectrum Office Building, an 80,000-square-foot office building located in Fort Lauderdale’s Uptown submarket at 4901 NW 17th Way in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
The leases, which represent approximately 20% of the rentable space in the building, include:
- An expansion and 5-year lease extension with Service Planning Corp. Adam Starr with Brenner Real Estate Group represented the tenant in the deal.
- An expansion and 5-year extension with AJT Systems.
- A new lease with Gordon Thomas and Associates, a business and life coaching and consulting firm.
- A new lease with law firm La Cava and Jacobson, PA. Christopher M. Harak with Blanca Commercial Real Estate, Inc. represented the tenant in the deal.
- A new lease with Metals USA. MJ Ridenour with Coldwell Banker NRT represented the tenant in the deal.
- A new lease with insurance agency Excelsior Benefits.
The deals bring the building to 80% occupancy.
“All of the new and existing tenants have been impressed with the beautiful finishes, commented Levy. “The renovation has been instrumental in securing the recent expansions and new leases and in enhancing the marketability and image of the property. The asset is now perfectly positioned to meet the market demand for high quality Class B midrise office buildings in the Commercial Blvd./Cypress Creek submarket,” he added.
Spectrum Office Park was built in 1999 and is located south of the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport approximately 1 mile west of I-95 and 3 miles east of the Florida Turnpike on Commercial Blvd. in Ft. Lauderdale
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