Co-working space operator leases location in downtown Fort Lauderdale

General Provision signed a 5-year lease for more than 6,000 square feet next to the X Las Olas mixed-use development

May.May 05, 2018 11:25 AM

Rendering of General Provision location at 300 Southwest First Avenue in Fort Lauderdale

Co-working space operator General Provision leased more than 6,000 square feet of office space in downtown Fort Lauderdale.

General Provision will occupy three floors of a building at 300 Southwest First Avenue. The building is owned by Las Olas Riverfront LP, which is managed by Fort Lauderdale developer Dev Motwani.

It will be General Provision’s second location. The company’s first location is 525 Northwest First Avenue in Fort Lauderdale’s FAT Village area, where General Provision has operated for almost four years.

The new downtown location is next to the site of the former Las Olas Riverfront development, which Property Markets Group (PMG) is redeveloping as X Las Olas, a 1,200-unit apartment complex with ground-floor retail and restaurant space.

Fort Lauderdale-based Native Realty, led by Jaime Sturgis, represented General Provision in its negotiation of a five-year lease for its downtown location. – Mike Seemuth

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