South Florida lease roundup: Spirit Airlines expands at Miramar Park & more

Leases also at The Gallery at Beach Place and Prologis Beacon Centre Business Park

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Jul.July 11, 2018 09:45 AM

Clockwise from the top left: Miramar Park of Commerce, Gallery at Beach Place, and Prologis Beacon Centre Business Park

Spirit Airlines expands lease at Miramar Park of Commerce

Spirit Airlines is reaching new heights at the Miramar Park of Commerce.

The airline is expanding its corporate headquarters by 26,287 square feet. It first signed a lease at the 5-million-square-foot business park in 1999. At the time, the company inked a 56,200-square-foot lease at 2800 Executive Way.

The expansion now brings its foothold in the park to 97,100 square feet. Spirit Airlines is the eighth largest commercial airline in North America, with its main hub at Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport.

Sunbeam Properties was represented by Maridee Bell and Lauren Pace of Sunbeam Properties & Development. Spirit Airlines was represented by Rod Loschiavo and David Matthews of JLL.

Wedding Venue inks lease at Marriott’s BeachPlace Towers

Wedding venue and event hall company Crystal Ballroom is committing itself to a 13,000-square-foot long-term lease at the Gallery at Beach Place, located at 17 South Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard.

The open-air retail property sits at the entrance of the 19-story Marriott’s BeachPlace Towers hotel.

The property recently underwent renovations, including painting its exterior and interior walls, remodeling its bathrooms and common areas and installing new floors, furniture and awnings.

Tenants include Lulu’s Bait Shack, Maui Nix Surf Shop, CVS, Escapology, Crocs, Häagen Dazs, and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.

Continental Real Estate Companies’ Rafael Romero and Ariel Bernstein represented the landlord, Thor Equities.

Warehouse reaches 100% occupancy at Prologis Beacon Centre

Cooper General Global Services, Inc. just inked a massive 153,292-square-foot lease at Prologis Beacon Centre Business Park in Doral.

The lease brings the 224,000-square-foot warehouse at 8501 Northwest 17th Street to 100 percent occupancy. The business provides communications systems and logistical services.

State Street Realty’s George Pino and Brian Cabielles represented the landlord, Prologis.


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