JLL Tapped To Lease 200,000 SF Cypress Financial Center

Written by on November 18, 2014 in News - No comments
Cypress Financial Center

Steelbridge Capital has selected JLL  to exclusively lease and market their newly acquired asset, Cypress Financial Center, a 198,528-square-foot office building located in Fort Lauderdale.

JLL’s Sandra Andersen, Senior Vice President, and Associate, Chase Kulp, will lead an aggressive leasing effort at the uniquely positioned office building located at 5900 N Andrews Ave.  With excellent highway signage visibility from Interstate 95, Cypress Financial Center is the only building in South Florida with direct ramp access to the highway.

Steelbridge Capital, a privately held, real estate investment company based in Miami and Chicago, acquired the office building in mid-September with the sole objective of re-establishing Cypress Financial Center as the premier office building in the Cypress Creek corridor.

The ownership has outlined a rapid capital improvement program that will focus on significantly upgrading the lobby and common areas, modernizing the elevators and other mechanical enhancements, as well as a complete renovation of the exterior and landscaping features, all designed to return it to its status as one of the pre-eminent office buildings in Broward County.

“We’ve established a great relationship with Steelbridge Capital over the years, and firmly believe we can duplicate the prior leasing success JLL had with this asset,” said JLL Senior Vice President Sandra Andersen. “Our leasing strategy will focus on reintroducing the asset to the market by emphasizing the new ownership and the significant capital investment they are making to restore the building as the marquee property in Cypress Creek and the ideal alternative to Downtown Fort Lauderdale.”

Major tenants at the office tower include global insurance provider MetLife, BDO, TD Bank and commercial real estate brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap.

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