Lease roundup: Bahia Mar, Atlantic Village, 701 Brickell score tenants

In other deals, eight tenants signed deals at Simon’s Town Center at Boca Raton

From left: Jimmy Tate, Jorge Pérez, Sergio Rok, and Kenny Tate along with renderings of Marina Village at the planned Bahia Mar project in Fort Lauderdale (Related Group, Rok, Marina Village at Bahia Mar)

From left: Jimmy Tate, Jorge Pérez, Sergio Rok, and Kenny Tate along with renderings of Marina Village at the planned Bahia Mar project in Fort Lauderdale (Related Group, Rok, Marina Village at Bahia Mar)

Blue Steel Pizza, Burgers & Shakes, More | Marina Village | Fort Lauderdale 

Jimmy Tate’s Bahia Mar project in Fort Lauderdale inked five tenants for the Marina Village portion of the waterfront development. 

Blue Steel Pizza, Burgers and Shakes, Fresh Garden Bowls, liqueur ice cream store Quore Gelato and dim sum restaurant Yip are expected to open in the fourth quarter, according to a news release from the landlord’s broker. 

Jaime Sturgis and Kaley Tuning of Native Realty represented Bahia Mar’s owners. Tuning also represented Blue Steel Pizza and Burgers and Shakes. Adam Docktor, also of Native, represented Fresh Garden Bowls and Yip.  

Brothers Jimmy and Kenny Tate are partnering with Sergio Rok and the Pérez family’s Related Group on Bahia Mar. Last week, Fort Lauderdale commissioners approved the $1 billion Bahia Mar at 801 Seabreeze Boulevard. 

It will include a 256-key branded resort with 60 condominiums that will replace the existing DoubleTree hotel, 350 residential units across four towers, a mega-yacht marina with 245 slips, 87,000 square feet of commercial space consisting of offices, restaurants, retail and captain’s quarters, a pedestrian boardwalk and green space. 

The 35,000-square-foot Marina Village portion will have eight food and beverage kiosks when it’s completed this year.

While the city owns the 40-acre site, an affiliate of the brothers last year scored a 100-year lease for the property.  

Baker Donelson, Cohen Seglias, More | 200 East Broward | Fort Lauderdale 

The 200 East Broward office building in downtown Fort Lauderdale secured five new tenants and one lease renewal for a combined 35,000 square feet of space. 

Law firm Baker Donelson took nearly 12,000 square feet on the 20th floor of the building at 200 East Broward Boulevard, according to a news release from the building’s owners. The firm will be moving from its nearby office at One Financial Plaza. 

The other new tenants include law firm Cohen Seglias, took 2,200 square feet; tax services, technology and accounting firm Ryan, took 5,100 square feet; AvalonBay Communities, took 5,600 square feet; and OM Diamonds, or Ofer Mizrahi Diamonds, which took 2,700 square feet. Law firm Venable renewed its 7,600-square-foot lease. 

Miami-based Banyan Street Capital and funds overseen by Los Angeles-based Oaktree Capital Management paid $81.5 million for 200 East Broward in 2017, records show. 

Jarred Goodstein and Jonathan Kingsley of Colliers lease the building on behalf of the owners. 

Club Pilates | Atlantic Village | Hallandale Beach 

Grupo Eco signed a fitness center at its Atlantic Village project in Hallandale Beach

Club Pilates took 2,600 square feet at 601 North Federal Highway, according to a Grupo Eco representative. The gym’s expected opening date has not been set. 

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Hallandale Beach-based Grupo Eco, which was founded in Mexico City and has developed in Mexico, is developing the four-phase Atlantic Village. The completed first three phases are on the west side of Federal Highway, between Northeast Sixth Street and Atlantic Shores Boulevard. They consist of 118,000 square feet of restaurants and service retail, including the building where Club Pilates leased, and a six-story, 15,000-square-foot office building. 

Grupo Eco and Apollo Companies are developing the fourth phase, a 12-story building with 57 office condos at 800 North Federal Highway.

Holland & Knight | Brickell 

Holland & Knight is staying put in Miami’s Brickell Financial District. 

The law firm renewed its 121,000-square-foot lease across six floors at 701 Brickell, according to a news release from the landlord’s broker. 

Nuveen Real Estate, the investment arm of TIAA, owns the 33-story tower. 

Brian Gale and Edward Quinon of Cushman & Wakefield represented Nuveen. Todd Lippman and Shay Pope of CBRE represented the tenant. 

Cartier, Blue Nile, Sugarfina | Town Center at Boca Raton 

Simon Property Group’s Town Center at Boca Raton nabbed eight new deals, including the return of former tenant Cartier. 

Already open at the mall at 6000 Glades Road are Cartier, jewelry store Blue Nile, candy store Sugarfina, clothing store South Moon Under, and Vila Kids, a boutique with items for children up to 6 years old, according to a Simon Property news release. 

Opening this summer are lingerie brand Honey Birdette, fashion brand Marni and Pressed Juicery. 

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Dana Safety Supply | Fort Lauderdale 

A public safety equipment supplier will open a new outpost in Fort Lauderdale. 

Dana Safety Supply, founded in 2005 by law enforcement and fleet professionals, signed a seven-year lease for nearly 15,000 square feet at 750 McNab Road, according to a news release from the tenant’s broker. The outpost will be mainly used for emergency vehicle upfitting and include a sales office for the firm’s Broward County customers, but it won’t have a store open to the public. 

Jeffrey Cebula of NAI/Merin Hunter Codman represented the tenant. 

Records show that five entities registered to the same Long Island City address own the 15,000-square-foot building, having paid $3 million for it last year.