Cushman & Wakefield Negotiates 50,000 SF Office Relo, Expansion Lease

Written by on November 7, 2017 in Done Deals, News - No comments

Cushman & Wakefield negotiated a ±50,000-square-foot office relocation and expansion lease with South Florida Bible College & Theological Seminary (SFBC&TS) at 2200 SW 10th Street in Deerfield Beach.



Managing Director John K. Criddle and Senior Associate Joseph J. Freitas secured the long-term, full-building lease on behalf of Boca Raton-based investor Fields Realty. Criddle and Freitas were named exclusive leasing and sale agents for the former plug-and-play call center in Broward County’s Colonnade Business Center earlier this year. Casa Bella Realty’s Joe Souza represented SFBC&TS.

SFBC&TS was established as a Bible Institute in 1985, before evolving into a Bible College and Seminary in 1988. The first graduating class consisted of 80 students in 1990. It currently has an enrollment of more than 400 students. SFBC&TS relocated from 1100 South Federal Highway, where it occupied ±10,000 square feet.

“This location met the tenant’s expansion needs and was very accessible for students attending classes from all areas of Palm Beach and Broward Counties,” said Criddle. “SFBC&TS has been growing rapidly and this property will provide them with the expansion capabilities they have been looking for.”

2200 SW 10th Street was developed in 1995 on a 5.4-acre site. The building offered move-in ready call center space that translated well to an academic environment with elevated ceilings, 300 workstations, more than 36 offices, multiple conference rooms, a training room, a kitchen/break room and a server room. The building is situated on the south side of SW 10th Street, minutes from the Sawgrass Expressway, Interstate 95 and Florida’s Turnpike and less than two miles from the Deerfield Beach and Pompano Beach Tri-Rail stations.


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