Big leases hit Weston and Hialeah

Two companies leased combined 500,000 sf between two campuses

TRD MIAMI /
May.May 27, 2015 01:30 PM

The industrial building at 215 Southeast 10th Avenue in Hialeah

Two companies have inked deals for a combined 500,000 square feet of leases in Hialeah and Weston.

The first lease is for the industrial building at 215 Southeast 10th Avenue, which stretches 301,983 square feet. Synergy Custom Fixtures, which produces and distributes custom retail fixtures, is the tenant.

Terreno Realty Corporation, the landlord, was represented by the commercial brokerages Casal Group and Fairchild Partners.

The distribution center at 3250 Meridian Parkway

In Broward County, a freight company has doubled its lease at the Meridian Business Campus for a new total of 230,600 square feet.

Gold Coast Freightways had originally occupied half of the building at 3250 Meridian Parkway, where the company houses its South Florida distribution center.

The Casal Group represented Gold Coast for its new lease, which now controls the entire building. — Sean Stewart-Muniz


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