Gale Properties Appoints CBRE Exclusive Leasing Agent For West Palm Office Property

Written by on July 11, 2023 in News - No comments
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the anthony building west palm beach_photo courtesy of CBREGale Properties has appointed CBRE as the exclusive leasing agent for The Anthony Building, a historic five-story property in Downtown West Palm Beach.

Located at 312 Clematis St., the 25,000-square-foot property was originally constructed in 1925 as Anthony’s department store. Gale Properties acquired the property in 2016. Ownership plans to execute a capital improvement plan, including renovating the building’s exterior façade, installing a new elevator cab, and updating the common areas with new lighting and flooring.

“Now is the right time to invest in upgrading this iconic property. Clematis Street is experiencing an infusion of capital to transform the area into a high-end live-work-play area as evidenced by the addition of new residential options, Roxy’s announcement of its rooftop restaurant and pool addition, and the Anthony’s own Fitness Hub Studio recently named as one of the top twelve most beautiful gyms in the country,” said Gale Properties President Andrew Gale.

CBRE Senior Associate Max Pawk will lead leasing efforts on behalf of Gale Properties with spaces ranging from 500 square feet to 4,000 square feet of contiguous space available for lease.

“The Anthony Building has been a staple in the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach for many years. Ownership has already invested capital to create move-in ready suites, including some furnished options, and is looking to make further upgrades to meet the immediate needs of tenants looking for a smaller footprint in the market, such as CPAs, attorneys, or financial advisors,” said Pawk.

The property features four floors of office space with high ceilings and hardwood floors, set above ground floor retail.

Tenants have easy access to various restaurants and retail options, as well as nearby access to Palm Beach International and the Brightline train.


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