HotelPlanner leases new West Palm Beach HQ

Miami /
Jul.July 31, 2015 03:45 PM

Online travel agency HotelPlanner.com signed a lease to move its corporate headquarters in West Palm Beach, JLL announced on Friday.

HotelPlanner will lease 15,000 square feet at the PNC Bank Building, at 205 Datura Street.

JLL Vice President Kevin McCarthy represented HotelPlanner in the lease of an entire floor. Carol Bush of SLC Commercial Realty represented PNC Bank, the building’s owner.

The company’s headquarters are currently located at the Phillips Point office towers, at 777 South Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach. Those buildings sold for $245.5 million in May.

“We worked closely with HotelPlanner to ensure they would find a space that fits its current business needs, but also accommodates the company’s immediate expansion plans,” McCarthy said in a statement.

The online hotel bookings website relocated from the West Coast several years ago, according to a press release. The company has expanded from 80 employees to 120 by the end of this year. — Katherine Kallergis


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