Plantation Medical Office Park Trades

Written by on July 3, 2023 in Done Deals, News - No comments
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Avison Young’s Florida Capital Markets Group completed the $15,450,000 sale of Plantation Medical Office Park, a six-building, single-story medical office campus totaling 63,319 square feet at 6710-6834 West Sunrise Blvd. in South Florida’s Plantation submarket.

The $244-per-square-foot transaction underscores the attractiveness of medical office assets as overall office sale activity has slowed.

Avison Young Principals John K. Crotty, CCIM; David Duckworth; Michael T. Fay, who is also Managing Director of the firm’s Miami operations; and Brian C. de la Fé sold the asset on behalf of PPP Capital, LLC. The buyer was Bezrat H., Corp.

“Located in one of Broward County’s most desirable office submarkets, Plantation Medical Office Park is 98% occupied with a rent roll composed entirely of medical tenants, many of which have been there for decades and have expanded their operations and occupied additional space,” said Crotty. “The buyer will benefit from stable, long-term cash flow as the asset appreciates and the option to fulfill the property’s significant value-add potential through developing a vacant pad previously approved for a two-story 22,000-square-foot medical building.”

Plantation Medical Office Park is in a densely populated, major commerce and medical hub with over 200,000+ residents, 7,000+ businesses, and $2.3 billion in total consumer spending within a five-mile radius. With exceptional visibility from Sunrise Boulevard, the Park is strategically located just three miles from Westside Regional Medical Center, a full-service 250-bed hospital. Notable tenants include American Access Care, Dickens Sanomi Academy, and Baptist Hospital of Miami, Inc.

“Medical office is currently one of the most desirable property types among investors due to the stability of in-person doctor-patient care solidifying tenant need for physical space,” said Duckworth. “Marketing the attractiveness of medical office and the ideal location of this asset, in particular, allowed us to secure strong pricing despite market uncertainties in the financial markets.”

Avison Young insights show the latest banking crisis has led to more economic headwinds for investors, rendering it difficult to secure financing for commercial real estate transactions, particularly within the office sector. However, the greater need for physical space and high costs associated with relocations and build-outs among medical office tenants abate the concerns of investors and financiers alike and make medical assets the exception during challenging times.


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