SB Architects, Inc. Renews for 11,575 Square Feet in Coral Gables

SB Architects, Inc. Renews for 11,575 Square Feet in Coral Gables

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Cushman & Wakefield Represents SB Architects, Inc. in Office Lease Renewal

CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA – Cushman & Wakefield announced today that it has negotiated a lease renewal on behalf of SB Architects, Inc. at BAC Colonnade Office Tower, 2333 Ponce de Leon Boulevard in Coral Gables.

Jones - LevyThe Cushman & Wakefield South Florida Tenant Advisory Team of Senior Director Tony Jones and Director Ryan Levy represented SB Architects, Inc. in its lease renewal of 11,575 square feet BAC Colonnade.

SB Architects is an architecture firm that has established a world-wide reputation for excellence in planning and design of large-scale hotels, resorts, destination resort communities and all associated resort amenities, as well large-scale multi-family residential and urban mixed-use projects. In addition to its office in South Florida, SB Architects has offices in San Francisco and Shenzhen.

“With this renewal at BAC Colonnade, SB Architects saw a tremendous opportunity to immediately reduce its real estate costs while continuing to reside within a cutting edge office that provided a collaborative, functional and health-conscious work environment for employees,” said Levy.

BAC Colonnade Office Tower is a Class A, 11-story office building with close proximity to Miami International Airport, the Port of Miami and Downtown Miami. It is conveniently located within a two-mile radius of more than 150 restaurants and cafes and is close to several entertainment venues, as well as executive housing. The property also offers excellent access to I–95, Dolphin Expressway (SR–836) and Palmetto Expressway (SR–826).

For Further Information Contact:
Ryan Levy
Director
Cushman & Wakefield
+1 305 533 2885
ryan.levy@cushwake.com

Media Contacts:
David A. Meyer
Meyer Media
+ 1 407 489 7488
david@meyer.media

2018-04-23T18:43:34-04:00August 16th, 2016|In the News, Press Release, Tenant Representation|