New Boston Fund inks 57,000 sf in leases in Broward County’s biggest office building

Miami /
May.May 30, 2013 12:00 PM

Broward County’s largest office building, BayView Corporate Tower, has inked deals totaling 57,000 square feet of new and renewed leases, according to the building’s owner, the $3.5 billion private equity real estate New Boston Fund.

The 413,000-square-foot Class A building has completed lease renewals and expansions with Whole Foods Market, CHG Healthcare, Kovack Securities and Intermedix, and penned a new lease agreement with Landmark Education, New Boston Fund said in a release.

New Boston is in in the final phase of a major capital improvement of the longtime South Florida headquarters of AT&T, including upgrades of common areas, landscaping and an exterior facelift.

“The building upgrades we’ve undertaken are proving critical to our success attracting new users and retaining existing ones,” a vice president of asset management at New Boston Fund said in the release.

Among BayView Corporate Tower’s newest features is a series of fully built out turnkey spec spaces as big as 10,000 square feet.

The tower has won the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Building of the Year award for four consecutive years, as well as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star rating. –Emily Schmall


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