Cushman & Wakefield Negotiates ±94,261 SF Lease with Marble of the World at Pompano Business Center II
Chris Metzger, Richard F. Etner Jr., Christopher Thomson and Matthew G. McAllister Represented Building Owner IDI Logistics in Securing the Showroom, Warehouse and Distribution Lease
The Cushman & Wakefield industrial team of Chris Metzger, Richard F. Etner Jr., Christopher Thomson and Matthew G. McAllister represented building owner IDI Logistics in the lease negotiations. Colliers International’s Steve Wasserman and Erin Byers represented Marble of the World.
Marble of the World is a division of The Stone Collection, LLC, a leading importer and distributor of high-quality natural stone and luxury hard surfaces. The Texas-based company imports and distributes natural stone from over 35 countries worldwide and features nine locations in five states.
The new showroom and product warehouse in Broward County will join innovatively designed and American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) award-winning showrooms in Arizona, Texas, Utah and Florida, bolstering the brand’s reputation as one of the nation’s largest and most diverse suppliers of natural stone slabs.
Pompano Business Center II is a 133,814 square foot building developed in 2019 on an ±11.43 acre parcel located at 3001 West Copans Road. The asset features built-to-suit office space, 32 foot clear heights, 92 auto parking spaces, 38 trailer stalls, 30 dock-high doors, two drive-in doors and a 130 foot truck court.
The property’s central location in the tri-county South Florida market offers exceptional access to Florida’s Turnpike and Interstate 95, allowing cost-efficient distribution throughout Florida and the Southeast U.S.
Marble of the World will be the first tenant to take occupancy in this brand new facility.
“Pompano Business Center II provides ideal Turnpike visibility to a wide range of amenities immediately surrounding the site,” said Metzger. “This location and building were uniquely suited to accommodate Marble of the World’s need for a new, larger, high-end showroom and distribution center at the crossroads for the Florida’s transportation network.”