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West Palm Beach, Fla. – NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, Inc., Palm Beach County’s leading commercial real estate services firm, is pleased to announce that it completed Palm Beach County’s largest office lease transaction for the year 2016. In December of 2016 the Health Care District of Palm Beach County signed a 7.5 year, 42,000 square foot lease at Flagler Waterview located at 1515 N Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. Chairman of NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, Neil E. Merin, SIOR, CCIM represented the tenant. Mr. Merin along with Director, Lesley Sheinberg, NAI/Merin Hunter Codman’s Broker of the Year, and Commercial Associate, Matt Hedrick represented the Landlord, 1515 Flagler Property LP. The lease represented a strong end for a record year in which NAI Merin Hunter Codman completed approximately 1,000,000 square feet in lease transactions and over $250,000,000 in sales.
The Health Care District of Palm Beach County, an independent taxing district, is a safety-net health care system formed in 1988 when residents voted to create a healthier community. The Health Care District of Palm Beach County provides an array of health care services, such as a nationally-recognized Trauma System, a School Health program with registered nurses in nearly 170 public schools, health coverage programs for eligible, uninsured residents, an acute care hospital, a skilled nursing facility, and the C.L. Brumback Primary Care Clinics. Currently located in Palm Springs, the Health Care District of Palm Beach County retained NAI Merin Hunter Codman Chairman Neil E. Merin, SIOR, CCIM and his team to represent them in identifying and securing a new headquarters space. The Health Care District of Palm Beach County will be moving their headquarters to Flagler Waterview in the summer of 2017.
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The 67-year-old diner Hamburger Heaven has reopened its doors in downtown West Palm Beach, ending a rental dispute that shut down its former location in Palm Beach last year.
The restaurant – popular for its burgers, shakes and cakes – opened a 4,443-square-foot diner on the ground floor of the 1 North Clematis office building. The new location nearly doubles the size of its former location.
“Hamburger Heaven is entering an exciting new phase of our history,” said longtime owner Cynthia Rosa. “We’re looking forward to carrying on our time-honored traditions while having space to broaden our culinary horizons and offer customers exciting new choices.”
Palm Beach-based Hamburger Heaven will move to the Waterfront Clematis building at 1 N. Clematis St. in West Palm Beach.
A mainstay in Palm Beach, Hamburger Heaven closed its doors in June after a rental dispute with the owners of the building at 314 S. County Road.
The restaurant will occupy 4,443 square feet – nearly double the size of the space it occupied for more than half a century in Palm Beach.