Pembroke Pines retail center hits the market with a $20.65 price tag

Built in 1987, the Palm Square shopping center as a service-oriented group of tenants and a 96% occupancy rate

TRD MIAMI /
Mar.March 18, 2018 02:20 PM

Palm Square shopping center in Pembroke Pines (Credit: Bar Invest Group)

A shopping center in Pembroke Pines with a 96 percent occupancy rate is listed for sale with an asking price of $20.65 million.

The 77,621-square-foot Palm Square shopping center includes such in-line tenants as Batteries Plus Bulbs, Fastsigns and Sherwin-Williams and two tenants in freestanding restaurants, Dunkin’ Donuts and KFC.

Palm Square was built in 1987 on an eight-acre site with 600 feet of frontage on Pines Boulevard.

The shopping center’s location is within 1,000 feet of the 100-acre, mixed-use development Pembroke Pines City Center, which will have a 350-room hotel, more than 1,400 residential units and 445,000 square feet of retail stores and offices.

Within three miles of Palm Square is a population of 160,000 with an average household income in excess of $65,000.

Three senior directors of the Institutional Property Advisors division of brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap – Jean-Baptiste Ramet, Kirk Olson and Drew Kristol – are representing the owner of Palm Square, a private investment group based in Miami.

“Palm Square is a stabilized, service-oriented shopping center with strong in-place operating income and aggressive annual rent increases in a growing Broward County market,” Ramet said in a prepared statement. – Mike Seemuth


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