Cushman & Wakefield Represents the Kislak Organization in $11.3M Sale of Plantation Professional Park

March 8, 2019

Cushman & Wakefield Represents the Kislak Organization in $11.3M Sale of Plantation Professional Park

Triarch Capital Group Acquired the ±63,319-Square-Foot Medical and Professional Office Campus in Broward County

 

PLANTATION, FL, March 8, 2019 — Cushman & Wakefield has negotiated the sale of Plantation Professional Park a 63,319-square-foot medical and professional office campus in Broward County.

The Cushman & Wakefield Capital Markets team of Greg MillerScott O’DonnellDominic Montazemi and Miguel Alcivar represented the Kislak Organization, of Miami Lakes, FL, in the sale. Aventura, FL-based Triarch Capital Group acquired the asset for $11.3 million ($178 per square foot).

Plantation Professional Park is a six-building office campus built between 1987 and 1989 on a ±7.84-acre site at 6710–6834 West Sunrise Boulevard in Plantation, FL. The single-story buildings comprise a medical and professional office campus located three miles from Westside Regional Medical Center. The site also includes a vacant pad previously approved for an additional two-story, ±22,000-square-foot medical office building.

Plantation Professional Park was 96% occupied at the time of sale. Notable tenants include Dickens Sanomi Academy and American Access Care.

Plantation Professional Park is located in one of the most desirable office submarkets in Broward County and offers convenient highway access to Florida’s Turnpike and Interstate 95 as well as prominent visibility along Sunrise Boulevard.

“When combined with its centralized location in Broward County, dense and economically strong surrounding communities, and superb accessibility, Plantation Professional Park epitomizes the environment that today’s medical and professional tenants migrate towards,” said O’Donnell.

In 2016, the same Cushman & Wakefield team negotiated Equitrust Life Insurance Company’s disposition of Plantation Professional Park to the Kislak Organization for $5.15 million. In 2017, the Kislak Organization completed a $1.59 million renovation program at the property that included new roof overlays and mansards, exterior paint and pavement improvements.

“As a lifelong Plantation resident, I took special pride in working with the Kislak team to revitalize and lease up Plantation Professional Park,” said Tom Bartelmo, President and CEO of the Kislak Organization. “This was a successful project for us, and we wish the new owners all the best.”

"Plantation Professional Park is an integral piece in the renaissance of the Sunrise corridor in Plantation,” said Miller. ”This acquisition will deliver stable in-place cash flows for Triarch Capital Group, while providing the ability to build upon the Kislak Organization’s repositioning efforts via a future development parcel or executing additional strategic leasing to create further value.”

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