Lease roundup: Barry’s ditches LA for Miami, law firm to move to Mizner Park

Moxies opening in Fort Lauderdale, international manufacturer moves Tamarac HQ

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Dec.December 13, 2021 09:45 AM

Westpoint Business Center (Credit: Avison Young) & new headquarters office for Barry’s (a fitness brand), taking over the old headquarters of Goldman Properties in Miami’s Wynwood (Credit: Goldman)

Barry’s I Miami’s Wynwood

Popular fitness firm Barry’s moved its headquarters from Los Angeles to Miami’s Wynwood Arts District.

Barry’s took over Goldman Properties’ former headquarters at 2214 Northwest First Place, according to a news release. The space, owned by Goldman Properties, is 9,000 square feet.

Goldman Properties’s late founder Tony Goldman, was known for breathing life into some of the nation’s most iconic neighborhoods such as SoHo in New York City, Center City Philadelphia and Wynwood.

The company, whose board co-chair is Jessica Goldman Srebnick and CEO is Scott Srebnick, is moving its own headquarters to 310 Northwest 26th Street, just a block from Wynwood Walls, according to the release.

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said during a discussion with Barry’s CEO Joey Gonzalez last year that the fitness company’s decision to move to Miami is “a magnet” for the continued migration of tech and financial firms to the city, according to the release.

Suarez’s “How can I Help?” initiative on Twitter has been a push to make the city a mecca for these companies, with many opting to expand in Wynwood or relocate there.

Andbank I Citigroup Center in Miami

Andbank moved its Miami office from Brickell to downtown Miami.

The Andorra la Vella, Andorra-based Andbank leased 6,680 square feet at the Citigroup Center at 201 South Biscayne Boulevard, according to the tenant’s broker. The lease term is five- to seven years.

Cyril Bijaoui of The Company Real Estate represented the tenant in the lease. Randy Carballo of Blanca Commercial Real Estate represented the landlord.

The property is owned by Boca Raton-based CP Group, formerly called Crocker Partners. CP is building out the space, with Andbank moving in during the first quarter of 2022.

Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd I Mizner Park Office Tower in Boca Raton

Law firm Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd is moving to the Mizner Park Office Tower in Boca Raton.

Robbins Geller inked a 26,429-square-foot lease at the seven-story building at 225 Northeast Mizner Boulevard, according to a release. Brookfield Properties is the landlord.

The firm is relocating in February 2023 from its current Boca Raton space at 120 East Palmetto Park Road Suite 500. The new space is roughly 18,000 square feet larger.

The 167,440-square-foot tower is within the Mizner Park mixed-use development, which includes residences and 255,168 square feet of retail.

Jeremy Hakala and Clay Sidner of Newmark represented Robbins Geller. John Criddle and Joe Freitas of CBRE represented Brookfield.

Sonny’s Enterprises I Westpoint Business Center in Tamarac

Sonny’s Enterprises, an International manufacturer and marketer of conveyorized car wash equipment and supplies, is moving its headquarters, but it isn’t going far.

Sonny’s signed a long-term, 47,851-square-foot lease at the Westpoint Business Center at 5870 Hiatus Road in Tamarac, according to a news release.

The property is owned by an entity led by Richard and George Brock, state corporate records show.

Sonny’s is now based at 5605 Hiatus Road in a neighboring business park.

Tom Viscount of Avison Young represented Sonny’s in the deal. Jarred Goodstein of Colliers represented the landlord.

Moxies I The Main Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale

Moxies restaurant is opening its second Florida location in a two-story space at The Main Las Olas in downtown Fort Lauderdale.

The restaurant, in partnership with Eatz Hospitality and Northland Properties, is opening in the fall of 2022 in an indoor and outdoor space totaling more than 12,000 square feet at 201 East Las Olas, according to a news release.

The Main Las Olas, a mixed-use development with offices and residences, was completed in 2020 by Fort Lauderdale-based Stiles and San Francisco-based Shorenstein Properties. They still own the complex.

Moxies, known for its globally inspired menu, also has a location at Mary Brickell Village in Miami. The Fort Lauderdale location would be the restaurant’s sixth in the U.S.

Chadwell Supply, GF I Miramar Distribution Center, IDI Davie Business Center

Chadwell Supply is opening an industrial space at the Miramar Distribution Center.

Tampa-based Chadwell, a maintenance and repair operations supply business for the multifamily industry, leased 63,800 square feet at Building B at 11500 Miramar Parkway Suite 100, according to a news release.

The property owner is New York-based Link Logistics Real Estate Management.

Separately, international manufacturer George Fischer, which runs business as GF, expanded to the IDI Davie Business Center in Davie. It leased 42,660 square feet at Building F at 3370 Davie Road. Atlanta-based IDI Logistics owns the property.

GF, founded in Switzerland in 1802, has three divisions, which are GF Piping Systems, GF Casting Solutions and GF Machining Solution.

Matthew Rotolante and Conner Milford of Lee & Associates represented the tenants in both lease deals.

BurgerFi, Häagen-Dazs I River Landing Shops & Residences in Miami

The mixed-use River Landing Shops & Residences in Miami scored BurgerFi and Häagen-Dazs as its latest tenants.

BurgerFi plans to open in a 1,200-square-foot, first-floor space, according to a news release. ​​Häagen-Dazs plans to open in an 818-square-foot, first-floor space.

Both expect to open in the fall of 2022.

The 2.2 million-square-foot River Landing was built on just over 8.1 acres at 1400 Northwest North River Drive. Coral Gables-based Urban-X Group finished the project in 2020, Canada-based H&R REIT owns the property, according to the release.

The two new tenants bring River Landing Shops to over 90 percent leased.

The office space is 60 percent leased, according to the release.

Overall, the project has 360,000 square feet of retail/commercial space, 135,000 square feet of offices, 528 market-rate apartments, more than 2,000 parking spaces and a landscaped Riverwalk.





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