A Fort Lauderdale office building has leased more than 51,000 square feet of its space over the course of a year, real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield announced Tuesday.
110 Tower, at 110 Southeast Sixth Street, was built in 1988. The 30-story building was purchased in 2000 by GenCap Partners, a Texas-based company that put another $15 million in renovations into the 391,473-square-foot tower.
Laurel Oswald of Cushman & Wakefield brokered the leases.
International law firm Shook Hardy, global technology company Sato Global Solutions and Dunkin’ Donuts are some of the recent groups to sign leases at 110 Tower.
About 38,000-square-feet of space is available for lease.
“110 Tower’s multi-million dollar renovations, coupled with the on-site amenity package, have been the driving factors in bringing a myriad of prominent businesses to 110 Tower,” said Laurel Oswald, director of Cushman & Wakefield, in a statement. — Sean Stewart-Muniz