110 Tower Renovation Gaining Plenty Of Attention

Written by on March 18, 2014 in News - No comments

110 Tower, the LEED Gold certified class A office building in Downtown Fort Lauderdale’s Central Business District has recently closed 40,000 square feet of new office and lease deals with tenants including Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard + Smith, Fort Lauderdale Executive Office Suites, The Broward Safety Council, and Cole, Scott & Kissane, P.A., which has recently expanded.

Subway is also now open on the ground floor. And Trial Copy, a litigation consulting firm specializing in electronic data discovery, computer forensics custom trial graphics, and heavy litigation copy service, is now occupying space in the lobby level.

“We have seen a strong increase in leasing activity due to the completion of the building’s renovations, the progress of the new courthouse, the WAVE, which will stop directly in front of 110 Tower, and the improvements to the 6th Street areas,” stated Laurel Oswald (pictured above), a member of Cushman & Wakefield’s office leasing team for 110 Tower. “Downtown is experiencing tremendous growth in terms of new residential and other infrastructure projects. This has positioned it as a multinational hub of commercial and pedestrian business and 110 Tower is at its core.”

110 Tower was the first option for tenants seeking a LEED Gold-certified building within a multi-tenant high-rise office tower in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Ownership won the U.S. Green Building Council of South Florida’s GalaVerde Award as Florida’s Best in LEED for Existing Building, as well as BOMA’s regional TOBY Award for Best Renovated Building.

Ownership recently completed a comprehensive $15 million interior and exterior renovation. That renovation included ground-floor retail, lobby and interior common area upgrades, primary mechanical systems enhancements, and installing a unique exterior lighting system.


Source:  GlobeSt.



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