Two-Building Boynton Beach Office Portfolio Sells

Written by on June 28, 2021 in Done Deals, News - No comments
1301 N Congress Ave

Avison Young’s Florida Capital Markets Group negotiated the sales of two office buildings totaling 55,000 square feet in Boynton Beach. The assets sold in two separate transactions on behalf of the seller for a combined price of $9,150,000.

Representing the seller, TP Ten LLC, Avison Young Principals David Duckworth; John K. Crotty, CCIM; Michael T. Fay, who is also Managing Director of the firm’s Miami operations; Gary Gottlieb, SIOR, RPA; Vice President Brian C. de la Fé; and Associate Berkley Bloodworth completed the transactions.

  • Congress Executive Center at 1301 N. Congress Avenue, a four-story, 40,226-square-foot professional and medical office building, sold for $6.3 million to Triple Double Investments, LLC, managed by Andrew Greenbaum.
  • Boynton Beach Promenade at 1101 N. Congress Avenue, a two-story, 15,302-square-foot office building, sold for $2.85 million to Siloam Holding Company managed by Dr. Gherghina.

Adjacent to the soon-to-be-redeveloped Boynton Beach Mall, the properties boast abundant parking, high walkability, and prominent visibility and access from Congress Avenue. The class B buildings were 50% occupied at the time of sale, and each buyer has associated businesses with plans to absorb significant portions of the vacancy.

“The demand for office properties is strengthening along with optimism regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, allowing more people to return to work safely,” said Duckworth. “Selling the assets along the highly-trafficked North Congress Avenue in two separate transactions allowed the seller to maximize the pricing.”

According to Avison Young research, first quarter 2021 posted Boynton Beach’s total office vacancy rate at 13.1%, which has remained steady throughout the pandemic. Leasing activity in 2021 is on track to outpace the previous year.


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