The Real Deal Miami

Real estate in brief

January 08, 2010 10:58AM

CBRE notches $2.2M Deerfield Beach industrial deal
The Peter Chamberland Trust of Deerfield Beach has sold a 16,800-square-foot, single-tenant industrial building to an unnamed local investor for $2.2 million, or roughly $131 per square foot. The building, at 1600 S.W. 34th Avenue, was designed for use by a large global construction supply company, which is the current tenant. Harry Tangalakis, senior vice president with CB Richard Ellis at its Fort Lauderdale office, and Tom O’Loughlin, an associate there, represented the buyer in
the transaction. Bill Neimann of Campbell and Rosemurgy Real Estate represented the seller.


Industry mag says Abood among the top in commercial real estate
Donna Abood, CEO of Colliers Abood Wood-Fay Commercial Real Estate Services is one of the nation’s most accomplished women in commercial real estate, according to ALM’s Real Estate Forum magazine. Abood has been a principal of her own commercial real estate firm since 1989. Today, Colliers Abood Wood-Fay leases and manages upwards of 3.9 million square feet of commercial property in South Florida, She is also an executive board member for the Florida State University Real Estate Institute. “I simply love what I do, and to be recognized for that is an honor,” Abood said of her nomination.

First Bank of Florida unloads vacant gas station to private investor

A vacant service station in North Miami Beach sold for $950,000 as First Bank of Florida unloaded some of its real estate assets. The 2,364-square foot property fetched $402 per square foot. The new owner will replace the fuel storage tanks and operate the station under the Chevron brand name. Ronnie Issenberg, Drew Kristol, Kirk Olson and Gabriel Britti of Marcus & Millichap’s Miami office represented the seller.
Ahmed Kabani, also of the Miami office, represented the
buyer, a private investor from Miramar. TRD