Lease roundup: Quantachrome renews HQ in Boynton Beach and more

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Feb.February 19, 2019 09:45 AM

1900 Corporate Drive in Boynton Commerce Center

Quantachrome Instruments renews HQ at Boynton Commerce Center

Quantachrome Instruments renewed its 52,505-square-foot headquarters lease at Boynton Commerce Center at 1900 Corporate Drive.

Boynton Commerce Center is an industrial/flex park with five buildings totaling 295,000 square feet, near the interchange of I-95 and Woolbright Road.

Quantachrome designs and manufactures lab instruments, and employs 170 people in the building.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Christopher Thomson, Chris Metzger, Richard F. Etner, Jr. and Matthew G. McAllister represented Boynton Commerce Center. Quantachrome Instruments was represented by Robert Smith of CBRE.

Transwestern negotiates industrial leases in Medley

Transwestern’s South Florida office said it negotiated two new industrial leases totaling 53,201 square feet in Medley, which the company said is seeing strong industrial demand.

Goodwill Industries of South Florida signed a 32,001-square-foot lease at 9302 Northwest 101st Street. Mike Silva of Americas Industrial represented the landlord.

H-E Parts, a supplier of parts, remanufactured components, and equipment, subleased 21,200 square feet at 8050 Northwest 77th Court, to Beltmann Relocation Group, a moving, packing, and storage company.

Helen Weissman of CBRE represented Beltmann Relocation Group. Transwestern’s Carlos Gaviria, Walter Byrd, Ben Eisenberg and Thomas Kresse represented H-E Parts.

FinTech startup FlexShopper relocates in Boca

FlexShopper consolidated offices with a new 22,000 square-foot lease in the Park at Broken Sound at 901 Yamato Road in Boca Raton.

Easton & Associates’ Elliot LaBreche and Andrew Easton represented FlexShopper.

The company’s employees previously worked from three separate offices in Boca Raton and Oakland Park. FlexShopper provides brand-name durable goods to consumers on a lease-to-own basis through its e-commerce marketplace.

Simplex Group signs long-term office lease in Miami

The Simplex Group, a transportation safety and compliance firm, signed a long-term lease for 12,000 square feet in a 21,000-square-foot, two-story mixed-use office building at 7500 Northwest 52nd Street in Miami.

The asking rental price was $27.50 per square foot with electrical and cleaning.

Fairchild Partners’ Tony Puente and Jonathan C. Lay represented the landlord, Medina Land Holdings. The Simplex Group was represented by Phillip Delgado at RE/MAX.


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