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Jan. 11, 2013

Blanca Commercial Tapped to Lease Courthouse Tower, 8200 Doral

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor

Courthouse Tower

Miami-based brokerage and advisory firm Blanca Commercial Real Estate has recently expanded its leasing portfolio to 2.5 million square feet by adding Miami’s Courthouse Tower and 8200 Doral.

“We are delighted to expand our agency-leasing portfolio with the addition of Courthouse Tower and 8200 Doral,” said Tere Blanca, president and CEO of Blanca Commercial Real Estate. “These assignments are located in two of the region’s most active submarkets: Miami’s thriving urban core and the always desirable City of Doral.”

Executive Vice President Juan Ruiz will spearhead leasing and marketing for both properties, alongside Executive Vice President Danet Linares at Courthouse Tower.

The 161,905-square-foot Courthouse Tower is a 25-story office building located at 44 West Flagler St., directly across from the Miami-Dade County Courthouse in downtown Miami. The recently-renovated Courthouse Tower lists as amenities a Sabadell United Bank branch on the first floor, ample surrounding parking and 24-hour on-site security, management and maintenance. The building offers approximately 45,274 square feet of immediate available space. Major tenants include City Year Miami and law firms Liebler, Gonzalez & Portuondo P.A. and Adams & Diaco P.A.

8200 Doral

Formerly Royal Palm Doral Center III, 8200 Doral is a 101,144-square-foot building located in the heart of Doral, just minutes from Miami International Airport and the Miami Intermodal Center, with convenient access to all major expressways. The building was recently awarded LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council and has earned the EPA’s ENERGY STAR® rating. The building is owned by Royal Palm Building LLC, which fully paid off the asset’s remaining $16 million loan in 2010.

These two new assignments—totaling 263,000 square feet—strengthen Blanca Commercial Real Estate’s reach in two of the region’s most active submarkets: downtown Miami and Doral.

Images courtesy of Schwartz Media Strategies

 

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