Document Storage Company Relocates From Sunrise To Deerfield Beach

Nov 06, 2013 No Comments by

American Scanning & Storage, LLC has signed a lease for 32,000 square feet of industrial space at Quiet Waters Business Park, located at 750 South Powerline Road in Deerfield Beach. The lease will allow the company to move from its current 10,000-square-foot location at 759 Shotgun Road in Sunrise to their new location in the first quarter of 2014.

CBRE represented both the landlord and tenant.

“After searching for months, with very few quality user buildings available for sale in Broward County, American Scanning realized they needed to revisit the option of leasing in order to accommodate the business’ increased growth,” said CBRE’s Larry Genet. “Relocating to the Deerfield Beach submarket, American Scanning will be able to accommodate growth by hiring approximately 10 more employees with the potential of 30 total employees in the near future.”

“American Scanning is very excited about this lease, not only because they received a fair rental rate but because this new location will be one of the most technologically advanced and fashion forward spaces in the entire development, allowing American Scanning to service current and future clients even more efficiently in a high-tech environment,” stated Genet. “This lease is also a win for the landlord who has completed over 100,000 square feet of leases in a very short amount of time, thanks to Tony Hoover, also of CBRE.”

Quiet Waters Business Park is a 46-acre Class A business park featuring 670,000 square feet of premium showroom, warehouse/distribution, light manufacturing, and office service space. There are generous truck courts for tractor trailer uses and ample parking. Quiet Waters Business Park is located on the northeast corner of SW 10th Street and Powerline Road with direct access to I-95, Turnpike and Sawgrass Expressway.

CBRE’s Larry Genet along with partners Tom O’Loughlin and Harry Tangalakis, represented the tenant. The landlord, Quiet Waters Business Park, was represented by CBRE First Vice President Tony Hoover.

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