110 Tower Begins Demolition, Redevelopment

May 22, 2013 No Comments by

110 Tower 7th Floor RenderingDemolition of the seventh and eight floors at 110 Tower in downtown Fort Lauderdale has begun.

The last phase of a $15 million renovation includes redevelopment of the floors to make way for 40,000 square feet of office space with a two-story mezzanine design concept. The seventh floor provides direct access to the outdoor wrap-around terrace, the only one of its kind in downtown, and an elevator to the parking garage.

The overall renovation has included upgrades to the lobby; new ground-floor retail; upgraded upper-floor common areas and other interior spaces; replacement and improvement of all primary mechanical systems; and a new exterior lighting system.

Property management and office leasing services are provided at 110 Tower by the Transwestern leasing team of Jennifer Marcus, Eric Groffman, and Josh Gibbons.

110 Tower recently signed three new-to-market tenants: Cole, Scott & Kissane, Freeland Harwin and EVault. Other tenants in the building include GenCap Partners, the owner’s representative, 110 Fitness and Sabadell United Bank.

The building, built in 1988, is located in downtown Fort Lauderdale, directly across from the Broward County Courthouse.

 

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