The assignment encompasses more than 150,000 square-feet in 14 buildings
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Prologis, a S&P 500 organization and global leader in industrial real estate development and management, has awarded Berger Commercial Realty the exclusive leasing assignment for Prospect Park I and II.
Located within the Fort Lauderdale Commerce Center, the two business parks total 14 buildings and more than 150,000 square-feet of prime office and flex space. Brokers Joe Byrnes, Keith Graves and Jonathan Thiel will be the exclusive leasing agents for the properties, which are currently 65 percent occupied.
In 2013, Prologis retained Berger Commercial Realty to manage leasing for the I-595 Distribution Center, a 150,452-square-foot industrial facility in Davie that consists of two buildings.
“We are proud that Prologis, a true global leader in industrial real estate, continues to trust our firm to manage leasing on its behalf, and we look forward to increasing tenancy at these two properties,” Graves said.
Located at 5201 to 5255 N.W. 33rd Ave., the 70,874-square-foot Prospect Park I consists of six buildings and features prime office suites ranging from 1,178 square-feet to 4,719 square-feet.
Prospect Park II, located at 3301 to 3471 N.W. 55th St., consists of eight buildings totaling 81,925 square-feet of office/flex space and features bays from 902 square-feet to 5,589 square-feet. Many of these units are “flex” bays that feature warehouse space and offer grade level loading.
Renovated over the past two years, Prospect Park I and II both feature contemporary designs and enhanced curb appeal.
The business parks offer opportunities for highly visible exterior signage, round-the-clock access and convenient access to I-95, Florida’s Turnpike, Commercial Boulevard and Fort Lauderdale International Airport.
Since its inception in 1983, Prologis has developed and managed a world-class portfolio of high-quality logistics and distribution facilities. With $57.3 billion in total assets currently under management, Prologis operates in 21 countries and is responsible for 671 million square-feet of real estate worldwide.