Silverman Group buys Flamingo Commerce Center near Riviera Beach
Property, with a mix of office and industrial space, sold nearly 100% leased
UPDATED May 8, 9:50 a.m.: The Silverman Group just paid about $7 million for the Flamingo Commerce Center near Riviera Beach, property records show.
The center at 7656 Byron Drive spans about 70,000 square feet and consists of two buildings with a mix of office and industrial space. The trade breaks down to about $100 per square foot.
Denholtz Riviera LLC, an affiliate of Denholtz Associates, is the seller. The company is a private real estate development, investment and management firm headquartered in Matawan, New Jersey. Records show Denholtz paid $5.2 million for the 4-acre property in 2015.
Flamingo Commerce Center, built in 1986, sold nearly 100 percent leased to tenants including the Florida Kickboxing Academy and artificial plant supplier Turf Kingdom.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Greg Miller, Dominic Montazemi, Scott O’Donnell and Miguel Alcivar brokered the deal. Michael Falk and Scott Weprin of commercial real estate firm Michael Falk & Company handled the leasing at the property.
In 2016, Denholtz Associates bought the Tampa Bay Times building in St. Petersburg for $19 million, with partner Convergent Capital.
That same year the Silverman Group bought a portfolio of properties in West Palm Beach, Riviera Beach, Mangonia Park and Lake Park for $50 million. The Short Hills, New Jersey-based company is a family-owned private equity and development firm focused on commercial and industrial real estate.
A representative from the Silverman Group was not immediately available to comment.