CBRE’s Kevin Probel, Kevin McCarthy and Will Portfolio will be marketing the property for lease.
CBRE Executive Vice President Robert Smith, Senior Vice President Kirk Nelson and Executive Vice President Jeffrey Kelly facilitated the sale of the development site and have been tapped to market the project.
Butters Construction & Development and Greystar will develop Miami Midway Park, a 45.1-acre site at NW 97th Avenue and NW 170th Street in Hialeah Gardens.
“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.”
CBRE Executive Vice President Robert Smith, Senior Vice President Kirk Nelson and Executive Vice President Jeff Kelly have been named exclusive leasing agents for the project.
He has 14 years of experience in South Florida commercial real estate covering most types of transactions and representation. His experience in office and industrial agency and tenant representation, healthcare, multimarket portfolio accounts and advisory services lends itself as a perfect fit to the Sperry platform of services.
The property is located within Coral Springs Corporate Park.
The landlord, Prologis, was represented by Tom O’Loughlin of CBRE.
The Silverman Group, based in New Jersey, purchased the site from FLF Holdings and plans to develop the site for large bulk warehouse distribution tenants.
Upon completion, the project will comprise up to 2.5 million square feet of logistics space spread over as many as 13 buildings.