NAI RWNK & Co. Tapped To Market Oakland Park Redevelopment Site

Dec 13, 2015 No Comments by

NAI Rauch Weaver Norfleet Kurtz & Co. announced that it has been selected to represent the sale of a redevelopment opportunity at 3569-3579 North Dixie Highway —  considered to be “Main Street” in Oakland Park.  This parcel is in a prime location for the wave of redevelopment sweeping through the City of Oakland Park.


“The timing is perfect for the sale of this Property, as the City of Oakland Park has embarked upon one of the most aggressive redevelopment plans in the area, spending over $84 million to improve all aspects of the City”, said Brian Fleming, Senior Associate of NAI Rauch Weaver Norfleet Kurtz & Co.  “As the City continues its revitalization, area prices have risen rapidly and availability of quality properties, such as this Property, are quickly dwindling.”

This property is ideal for redevelopment as it sits across from the City’s major governmental buildings, just south of one of the largest arts parks in the City, and down the street from the Funky Buddha Brewery – a thriving local brewery with regional distribution and sizable walk-in traffic of young adults – one of the most coveted demographics.  In addition, several local events are held each month, including the Summer Concert Series and local farmer’s market, which bring together both local and regional populations within walking distance to the property.  The property has rare 3-way access and ample parking for a restaurant or like-kind business.



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