BROKER HAPPY HOUR at Palm Beach International Plaza

NAI/Merin Hunter Codman’s Jason L. Sundook, SIOR and Christopher T. Smith welcomed top area brokers to the reintroduction of Palm Beach International Plaza in West Palm Beach on Thursday evening, October 26th. Palm Beach International Plaza is located at 1601 Belvedere Road, close to downtown West Palm Beach and only half a mile from I-95. The property is undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation and touts great rates, unbelievable signage, and unmatched access. New, sophisticated ownership is offering aggressive deals for tenants and brokers.

The focus of this broker happy hour was the South Tower’s second-floor availabilities, ranging from 1,179 – 10,531 SF (leases pending on three of these suites). Tenants of Palm Beach International Plaza enjoy fantastic amenities through the connected Embassy Suites hotel, digital tenant directory and updated lobbies, a wide variety of floor plans from small spec suites to full floors, a convenient location near numerous West Palm Beach amenities, and unmatched access to the airport (ideal for frequent travelers).

At the event, brokers enjoyed a signature “Palm Beach International” cocktail along with other spirits and delicious appetizers catered by the hotel, a prize raffle, and lots of laughs.

To learn more about Palm Beach International Plaza’s availabilities feel free to call Jason or Chris at 561 471 8000 or click here. Please enjoy photos from the event below.


News Article: South Florida Office Market Heats Up

Neil Merin was featured in the South Florida Business Journal…

“Preleasing has been slower in Palm Beach Gardens, where the speculative 63,500-square-foot Gardens Innovation Center was recently completed. Broker Neil Merin, chairman of NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, said the building has no leases, but now that companies can tour the finished space, he’s seen more interest.

“Unless people can see something, they won’t lease it,” Merin said. Merin’s client self-funded Gardens Innovation Center without waiting for preleases, but many developers aren’t willing to put so much of their money on the line, and prefer to combine equity with a construction loan. If a developer can’t obtain a solid percentage of preleases, obtaining construction financing is nearly

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