New York-based firm acquires Davie medical building and adjacent land

Nig FL Realty paid $2.4M for the property at 7900 NW 33rd St., which spans about three acres and includes a medical office building

Jun.June 24, 2018 04:00 PM

7900 NW 33rd St in Davie (Credit:

A New York-based firm acquired a medical office building and adjacent vacant lots in Davie for $2.4 million.

New York-based Nig FL Realty bought the Davie property at 7900 Northwest 33rd Street from T.D.R.S. Properties Inc.

The mostly vacant property, which spans about three acres, includes a 7,500-square-foot medical office building called the Carissa Rose Medical Complex on a 1.13-acre lot.

Nig FL Realty plans to build medical and office space on the vacant land adjacent to the medical office building, according to Steve Hyatt, an agent of Berger Commercial Realty/CORFAC International.

Hyatt, who represented T.D.R.S. Properties in the transaction, also told the Sun-Sentinel that Nig FL Realty plans to retain and run the Carissa Rose Medical Complex.

Demand for medical office space in the area will increase with the construction of a new HCA Hospital at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, which is scheduled to start this year, according to Phillip R. Holste, the assistant town manager of Davie. [Sun-Sentinel] – Mike Seemuth


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