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  • Berger Commercial Realty Secures 41,000 Square Feet In Lease Transactions

        Berger Commercial Realty/CORFAC International recently secured 40,764 square-feet in lease transactions of behalf of landlords across Broward County. Harbor Walk Senior Vice President Steve Hyatt represented Intervest Harbor Walk, LLC in leasing 9,396 square feet of office space to IFA United -I- Tech, Inc. at Harbor Walk, located at 1650 S.E. 17th Street […]

Berger Commercial Realty Corp

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  • Berger Commercial Realty’s Judy Dolan Inks 20,000 SF in Hollywood Lease Deals

    Berger Commercial Realty/CORFAC International Senior Vice President Judy Dolan recently secured 20,486 square-feet in lease transactions on behalf of landlords in Hollywood. Sun Art Design Building Dolan represented Sadi Properties, Inc. in leasing 11,000 square feet of industrial space to Prime Wood Decking & Floors, LLC at the Sun Art Design Building, located at 2800-2808 […]

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  • Berger Commercial Realty Facilitates Purchase Of Riviera Beach Industrial Property

    Sales Associate Robert Dabrowski of Berger Commercial Realty/CORFAC International represented Stone & Equipment, Inc. in the $480,000 purchase of a 4,397-square-foot industrial warehouse from Donnini Management Company, LLC. Located at 1821 W. 10th Street in Riviera Beach, the warehouse is situated in a gated industrial condominium complex consisting of 12 units with ample parking. Featuring […]

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  • Steve Hyatt answers: What is a finish-out allowance?

    A finish out allowance is also known as a tenant improvement allowance. In most leases it’s borne by the landlord and there’s very important things to factor in, whether it’s first generation shell space or whether it’s previously occupied and second generation space. Your finish out allowance is going to include doors, walls, lighting fixtures, […]

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  • Steve Hyatt answers: What is rentable square feet?

    The rentable square feet is the actual space that the tenant pays rent on and what it is it’s made up of the actual usable space, which is the envelope of space that the tenant occupies, plus their pro-rata share of the common areas, the bathrooms, the corridors, the common lobby down the stairs. The […]

  • Steve Hyatt answers: I’ve heard of Triple Net or NNN Leased Properties for sale. What type of investment is that?

    It’s typically a single tenant triple net lease, which means there’s very limited responsibilities of the landlord. If anything, maybe the landlord is going to take care of the roof and the structure, and the tenant pays everything else. Essentially, it’s like handing over the keys to the property to the particular tenant. Typically, the […]

  • Berger Commercial Realty Secures 53,000 Square Feet In Broward Lease Transactions

      Berger Commercial Realty/CORFAC International brokers recently secured 52,696 square-feet in lease transactions on behalf of landlords across Broward County.   Enterprise Commerce Center Senior Vice President Keith Graves and Sales Associate John Forman represented Mancini & Sons Florida #2, LLC in renewing a lease for 11,236 square-feet of industrial space to Roto-Rooter Services Company […]

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  • Judy Dolan answers: What’s the difference between a leasing agent and a tenant representative?

      The difference between a leasing agent and a tenant representative are substantial. A leasing agent primarily has the landlord’s best interest in mind when completing a transaction. The leasing agent should be using their market knowledge in order to achieve the best deal for the landlord. A tenant rep has the tenant’s best interests […]

  • Berger Commercial Realty Joins CORFAC International

        Berger Commercial Realty/CORFAC International, a regional, full service commercial real estate firm based in South Florida, recently announced its membership in CORFAC International, a global network of independently-owned entrepreneurial commercial real estate brokerage firms that partner to deliver quality and experienced service locally, nationally and internationally.   “Our extensive know...

  • Joseph Byrnes answers: A lease rate is stated as $10.00 PSF. What does that mean?

    $10 per square foot would be the annual rental rate for the space in question. What you would do you would take the size of the space, multiply it by the $10 per square foot, divide that by 12 and you’ll have your monthly rent.

  • Demolition Begins: The 550 Building To Be FLL’s SOLO District’s Newest Office Building

    Fort Lauderdale’s SOLO District (South of Las Olas) is undergoing a transformation to keep up with the fast growing pace of new residents and businesses. Demolition of Fort Lauderdale’s Justice Building will begin February 2017 to make way for the new 550 Building. The 30,734 square feet Justice Building was built in 1982 and has […]

  • Property Supply Hasn’t Kept Pace With Popularity of Real-Estate Funds

    Europe’s largest property markets—the U.K., Germany and France—have seen the steepest declines in commercialproperty investment. Above, pedestrians leaving a shopping center last summer use an escalator in front of a building under development in London. PHOTO: DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/GETTY IMAGES       Jan. 17, 2017 7:00 a.m. ET By ART PATNAUDE of the Wall Street […]

  • Steve Hyatt answers: Who pays for changes needed to the layout, new walls, special telephone lines, and electrical work?

    In a lease situation, it is typically the landlord who pays that and that is agreed upon in the lease upfront. What you try to do is get an understanding in writing, a schedule on the back of a lease that says what following tenant improvements will be performed by landlord at their sole cost. […]

  • Michael Feuerman answers: What are CAM (common area maintenance) charges?

    CAM charges are the cost that a landlord pays to operate and run a commercial property. It stands for common area maintenance and is usually interchangeable with the term operating expenses. This would include the common area maintenance, charges for cleaning up common areas, security for the property, property taxes, property insurance, repairs and maintenance. […]

  • Judy Dolan answers: What is grade level loading?

    Grade level loading is where the loading door to the warehouse is street level. This type of loading allows for easy vehicle access into the warehouse.

  • Berger Commercial Realty Facilitates $8 Million Sale of McNab Commercial Center

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (January 4, 2016) – Berger Commercial Realty President Lloyd Berger and Broker Associate Greg Milopoulos recently represented McNab Commercial Center No. 1, LLC in the $8 million sale of McNab Commercial Center to Genet Property Group. The transaction closed December 15. “Genet Property Group was the ideal buyer for this property as […]

  • Berger Commercial Realty Secures 30,000 SF In Lease Transactions

          Berger Commercial Realty brokers recently secured 30,279 square feet in lease transactions on behalf of landlords in Broward County.   Powerline Business Center Senior Vice President Keith Graves represented Rising Tide Development, LLC in leasing 8,400 square-feet of office space to Auto Mobility Sales, Inc. at Powerline Business Center, located at 5601 N.W. […]

Berger Commercial Realty Corp

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  • Lloyd Berger answers: When is a receiver appointed and why?

    There are many reasons a receiver is appointed, the most common of which is when a lender feels that their mortgage is in jeopardy and the property value is no longer great enough to satisfy their mortgage. Other reasons a receiver may by appointed would be partnership disputes, when people can’t agree on how to […]

  • Berger Commercial Secures More Than 35,500 SF In Lease Transactions

    Berger Commercial Realty brokers recently represented landlords at five properties across Broward County in closing seven lease transactions totaling 35,521 square-feet of space.   Enterprise Commerce Center Senior Vice President Keith Graves and Sales Associate John Forman represented Mancini & Sons Florida, LLC in leasing 10,351 square-feet of industrial space to Vapor Supply, LLC at […]

  • St. George Guardabassi answers: How can using a broker help me if I am looking for space to lease?

    Usually, the cost of a real estate broker will save you money. The main reason for this is that we know the market, we’re out there in the trenches every day, we represent tenants and landlords, looking for space or trying to lease space. We know the concessions that they’re offering. We know the cost […]

Berger Commercial Realty Corp

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  • Berger Commercial Welcomes Lawrence Oxenberg

      Berger Commercial Realty recently announced that Lawrence Oxenberg has joined the team as a sales associate. In his new role, Oxenberg is responsible for representing landlords as well as local and national independent and franchise tenants in leasing, buying and selling retail properties throughout Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties. Prior to joining Berger […]

  • Tim Hackett answers: What is considered an industrial property?

    An industrial property is a wide range. It can be anything from flex space, which would be a portion in a portion warehouse to heavy industrial, which would be manufacturing, such as a large factory.

Berger Commercial Realty Corp

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