Blanca Commercial Real Estate announced its completion of two lease transactions totaling 13,536 square feet at the Miramar Tech Center, located at 2900 Monarch Lakes Blvd. in Miramar. The news follows the recent occupancy of UDT into the three-story Class A office building offering approximately 56,710 rentable square feet.
The leases include new tenant 03b Networks (7,011 sf), a subsidiary of SES Networks and the world-leading satellite operator with over 50 satellites in geostationary Earth orbit and 16 in medium Earth orbit, which was represented by Juan Jaramillo of FGI Realty; and the University of Florida’s Warrington’s College of Business (6,525 sf) represented by Franklin Street’s Tom Farmer.
They join recent occupant and building owner UDT (21,155 sf), a technology enabler that helps clients in major industries evaluate, architect, secure and manage technology in mobile, on premise and in the cloud.
“We are thrilled to have facilitated the completion of these lease deals with top organizations on the vanguard of technology and business who appreciate everything this new property has to offer,” said Juan Ruiz Executive Vice President of Blanca Commercial Real Estate. “Its central location and ability to attract top talent from the area makes this property an ideal choice for any company with its eye towards the future.”
Added Henry Fleches, CEO of UDT, “The Miramar Tech Center features some of the most advanced redundancy and backup systems in the area making it a perfect solution for any company with a robust need to provide continuous, noninterrupted service, or for any organization looking to ensure business continuity.”
The Tech Center is located in the heart of Miramar and boasts full generator backup power, wind-rated impact glass, electric car charging stations, dual HVAC chillers, heavy power and multiple telecommunication carriers and feeds to ensure redundancy and business continuity. The building is also hardened for hurricane resistance and offers high-end conferencing facilities and garage parking of 5.3 per 1,000 square feet.