Schonfeld Strategic Advisors I The Dorsey in Wynwood
Hedge fund Schonfeld Strategic Advisors signed a long-term, 18,441-square-foot lease at The Dorsey project in Miami. New York-based Schonfeld is opening its second headquarters at the new Wynwood development.
A partnership among Related Group, Tricera Capital and Lndmrk Development is building the 12-story mixed-use Dorsey, roughly along Northwest Third Avenue between 28th and 29th streets. The project will have about 78,000 square feet of office space, 33,000 square feet of retail and 306 apartments.
The development team scored a $87.5 million construction loan in January.
Paul Mas and Randy Abend were part of the JLL team that represented Schonfeld in the deal. Eric Groffman and Cameron Tallon were part of the JLL team that represented The Dorsey.
Schonfeld Strategic initially will operate its Miami headquarters from Tricera’s Cube Wynwd under a one-year lease until The Dorsey space is finished.
Tricera and Lndmrk bought Cube Wynwd for $28 million in April.
Spirit Halloween I 2600 Sawgrass Mills Circle in Sunrise
Seasonal pop-up store Spirit Halloween inked a 15,386-square-foot lease at 2600 Sawgrass Mills Circle in Sunrise. Spirit offers costumes and decor.
Sawgrass Circle Realty LLC, managed by Sanjeev Gupta, owns the 15,386-square-foot building constructed in the 1990s, records show. The building offers 72 parking spaces and is near the Sawgrass Mills mall.
Mary Harris of SRS Real Estate Partners represented the owner in the deal. SRS still is looking for a long-term retail tenant.
Sushi Maki I Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale
Japanese restaurant Sushi Maki signed a 2,500-square-foot lease at 200 East Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale where it will open its first “polished fast-casual” sushi bar concept.
Sushi Maki, whose CEO is Abe Ng, will occupy the Class A space where Beehive Kitchen previously was located. The sushi restaurant plans to hire 25 full- and part-time employees from the area.
The “polished fast-casual” concept will combine fast-casual dining options with a feel more common at higher-end eateries. Customers will be able to order from employees or QR codes, and either dine on-site or pick up meals from designated parking spaces.