The Learning Experience, HealthGains ink deals for new HQs in South Florida

Miami /
Jul.July 06, 2016 01:30 PM

Two South Florida-based companies are moving their corporate headquarters to new sites in Deerfield Beach and Aventura. 

Deerfield Beach

The developer of the Hillsboro Technology Center signed a lease with the Learning Experience, an early childhood education company. The Learning Experience will occupy 39,000 square feet at the Deerfield Beach business park, which is east of I-95. Its new headquarters will span two stories and 28,000 square feet, with an additional 11,000-square-foot preschool with a mini Main Street, USA and a 10,000-square-foot outdoor playground.

In its office space, the Learning Experience will incorporate modern workspaces and common areas, a 3,000-square-foot training facility, a 1,500-square-foot video and digital production studio, and a full kitchen and coffee bar. The company, which has 180 locations, plans to open in the fall of next year.

Butters and the Bristol Group co-developed the 925,000-square-foot business park. When it’s completed, the development will include Class A warehouse space, offices and a limited service hotel.

Aventura

HealthGains, a medical company that provides hormone replacement therapy, anti-aging and sexual wellness services, will move to Aventura ParkSquare, a mixed-use project being developed by Integra Investments. HealthGains, which is currently based at 20800 West Dixie Highway also in Aventura, will lease about 8,800 square feet at the 40,000-square-foot medical wellness building. The company was founded by Dr. Richard Gaines in 2003 and has more than 1,500 clients in the U.S.

Aventura ParkSquare, which includes retail, office, condos and a garage, is currently under construction. Integra scored $100 million in construction financing for the project in February.

Delray Beach

The Delray Corporate Center brought on two new tenants valued at more than $3 million: Call 4 Health, a medical call center, relocated from Boca Raton via a 10-year, 14,500-square-foot lease at 2855 South Congress Avenue. Judith Deveau Montella of Levy Realty Advisors represented the landlord and Chad Presnell of Mizner Grand Realty represented the tenant, according to a press release.

Also at the Delray business park, United World Telecom is relocating and expanding into a 5,350-square-foot space at 3333 South Congress Avenue. The telecommunications service provider is moving from 551 Southeast Eighth Street. Deveau Montella brokered the deal.

The 150,000-square-foot corporate park is near I-95.


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