Cushman & Wakefield Tapped To Lease New 70,000 SF Office Building In Palm Beach County

Written by on March 23, 2020 in News - No comments
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Cushman & Wakefield’s John Criddle and Joseph Freitas were named exclusive leasing advisors for ±70,000 square feet of office space in Pebb Capital’s new Sundy Village, a transformative, mixed-use development in Palm Beach County.

Sundy Village is a ±7.0-acre project to be developed in the area surrounding the Sundy House, the oldest house in Delray Beach and current site of a restaurant, boutique inn and botanical garden. The land previously housed the city’s first church, schoolhouse and bank. Portions of the site are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and will be preserved during the development process.

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Sundy Village is expected to encompass ±50,000 square feet of dining and retail as well as ±70,000 square feet of Class A office space spread across four buildings. Initial office rental rates are expected to range from $45-$50 NNN.

Located at 20 W. Atlantic Ave., Sundy Village is conveniently situated in downtown Delray Beach and will serve as the premier entrance to the dynamic live-work-play Atlantic Avenue corridor, home to an exceptional array of high-end restaurants, hotels, retail and entertainment options, and within walking distance of the city’s historic and scenic neighborhoods.

“The office space at Sundy Village will accommodate a wide range of tenants in state-of-the-art, energy-efficient buildings offering a unique mix of traditional architecture and modern design with underground parking,” said Criddle. “The asset will be the most unique and exciting fully-amenitized Class A office project in the Atlantic Avenue district.”

Added Freitas, “Sundy Village’s location sets it apart from the rest of its competitors in the market. The project is less than one mile from Interstate 95, offering tenants the city’s best access to the interstate while remaining within walking distance of all that burgeoning downtown Delray Beach has to offer.”

“With leasing positioned to be underway, we’re one step closer to realizing our goal of bringing positive economic impact to this Opportunity Zone asset,” said Todd Rosenberg, co-founder and Managing Principal of Pebb Capital. “Our Class A office product, primely situated at the gateway of downtown Delray Beach, will not only foster connectivity, but provide tenants access to a lifestyle retail experience that is very unique to the area.”

Pebb Capital will break ground on Sundy Village this summer. The entire project will be completed in phases, with the final phase expected to be delivered in 2024. Pebb Capital acquired the distressed property for $40 million in October 2019.


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