The site includes two existing industrial buildings totaling 14,605 square feet, leaving plenty of room for future office or industrial development. Its proximity to I-595, Fort Lauderdale International Airport and Port Everglades make the site highly desirable for commercial users.
As the largest design campus of its kind, DCOTA showcases more than 775,000 square feet and is home to more than 35 luxury interior and design showrooms.
Native Realty’s Jaime Sturgis represented both sides of the $17.5 million sale.
New Associate Adam Docktor specializes in retail leasing and investment sales in emerging markets.
Jaime Sturgis-led firm’s recent closings include office, retail and industrial property sales.
His media company relocated to South Florida in early 2021 and the company is expected to base its new headquarters in one of the buildings.
The transactions total $13.78 million.
Canopî will feature a variety of restaurant and entertainment concepts and a mix of retail and creative offices.
The development firm has transformed the industrial building on NE 2nd Ave. into a mixed-use destination, including a compelling assortment of boutique shops, prospective office, and food-and-beverage concepts, to serve thousands of current and incoming neighboring apartment dwellers.
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