DCOTA’s Loss Is KTR Hollywood’s Gain

Written by on September 11, 2012 in Done Deals, News - No comments

T.J. R.M. Imports, a home design firm, is relocating from the Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA) in Dania Beach to KTR Hollywood, a 521,000-square-foot, 13-building, Class A flex park located on the west side of I-95 in Hollywood, Florida.

The building is within the newly formed South Florida Design Park area.

Scheduled for occupancy on November 1, 2012, T.J. R.M. Imports will occupy a total of 27,000 square feet for a 15-year term. The showroom space will encompass the entire space and is currently under construction. This new space represents an expansion of approximately 7,000 square feet from T.J. R.M. Imports’ current showroom.

“We are witnessing a trend where several home design firms are relocating out of the DCOTA, a campus that caters to design professionals, to take advantage of more competitively priced space and enhanced accessibility for the general public,” said Tom O’Loughlin of CBRE. “Consumers today want the same direct access to high-end warehouse showrooms as they have had in the past from design centers.”

T.J. R.M. Imports will join other leading firms such as Jerry Pair, Stark Carpet and J. Nelson to name a few.

O’Loughlin is a Senior Associate with CBRE, based in the Fort Lauderdale office. O’Loughlin was joined by Senior Vice President Harry Tangalakis in providing representation to the landlord, KTR Hollywood LLC.

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