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HOLLYWOOD, Florida – PointOne Holdings, a Real Estate Investment Group with offices in Hollywood, FL and Atlanta, GA, announced a $30,700,000 closing on the purchase of the Jupiter Medical and Technology Park in Jupiter, Florida. The acquisition and renovation financing was provided by RAIT Financial Trust. The 186,000 square-foot facility is situated on a 16-acre campus and is currently 92% occupied.
The city of Jupiter is emerging as a world renowned hub for biotech, healthcare and aviation innovators and is the home to Scripps Florida Research Institute, the Max Planck Institute for Neuroscience and the biosciences-focused Florida Atlantic University, as well as a number of private technology companies including Florida Turbine Technologies who anchors the property along with GE Medical Healthcare Services. “We could not be more pleased with the acquisition of this facility in an area that has attracted the attention of some of the most prominent biotech firms in the world, including Scripps and the Max Planck Institute. The property and location are ‘one of a kind’ in one of the most dynamic marketplaces in the state” said David Garfinkle Managing Partner for PointOne Holdings.
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NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, Inc., one of South Florida’s leading commercial real estate services firm, today announced that its Chairman, Neil E. Merin, has been elected to the to the American Red Cross Palm Beaches-Treasure Coast Region Board of Directors. As one of the regional volunteer leaders of the organization, he will work toward advocating the mission of the world’s most recognized humanitarian organization.
Mr. Merin, a business leader and resident of Palm Beach County for over 35 years, has been a tireless proponent of civic causes in the region. Over the years he has served on the board of directors of Easter Seals Palm Beach, Epilepsy Foundation of Palm Beach and Anti-Defamation League-Palm Beach Chapter, among other civic leadership positions. He has also endlessly endeavored to improve the business climate in the region including serving on the board of directors of Chamber of Palm Beaches, the Economic Council of the Palm Beaches, and the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County. In addition, he has served on numerous Palm Beach County commissions and boards to promote affordable housing in the region, and has been instrumental in recruiting new employment opportunities to the area including helping to attract the Scripps Research Institute to the region.
“Neil is a recognized community leader, his years of leadership in business, community service and municipal life give him a unique perspective on the needs of all we serve and with that perspective he will be a powerful advocate for all who need Red Cross services each and every day across our region,” said South Florida Region CEO Rob Levine.
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Heavy Hitters in Commercial Real Estate: Brokers
Commercial real estate stars shine amid rebound
By: Staff South Florida Business Journal
As a section, Heavy Hitters in Commercial Real Estate is fun because each person’s story is a piece of the overall real estate picture from 2012.
For South Florida, that picture is improving, with retail, hospitality, industrial and residential rebounding. Even office, one of the market’s hardest-hit sectors, is on the mend, with new space under construction for the first time in several years. Reporter Oscar Pedro Musibay threw out a wide net to get feedback from many sources, highlighting those who continually do great work alongside those up-and-comers who landed important work that fed the market, helping to spur its recovery.
We chose a diverse group that are getting South Florida’s real estate engine humming again, and proudly present these 100 individuals as this year’s heavy hitters.
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