ATLANTIC COMMERCIAL GROUP COMPLETES OFFICE BUILDING SALE IN LANTANA

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ATLANTIC COMMERCIAL GROUP COMPLETES OFFICE BUILDING SALE IN LANTANA
Lantana, FL
 
Published Tuesday, April 24, 2018
by Robert Geller

Delray Beach, FL – Robert Geller, Managing Director of Delray Beach-based Atlantic Commercial Group, Inc. recently completed the $2,475,000 sale of Hypoluxo Corporate Center, an office building located at 1177 Hypoluxo Road, Lantana. The property is located less than a mile east of I-95 along a main commercial east/west artery in Lantana.

The building is located in a prime commercial, residential and retail corridor offering tremendous growth opportunities for future tenants.  Per Mr. Geller, "We were able to quickly negotiate a mutually agreed upon price and the transaction closed without any delays. My client is ready to start renovating the building and preparing the available spaces for new tenants."

1177 Hypoluxo Road, Lantana

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Atlantic Commercial Group, Inc. specializes in the brokerage and development of retail and office properties in South Florida.  Additional services include national tenant representation, landlord representation and development consulting.

 

For more information, please contact: 

Robert Geller, Atlantic Commercial Group, Inc.

98 S.E. 6th Avenue, Ste. 2, Delray Beach, FL 33483  (561) 531-1117, robert@atlanticcg.com

 

 

 


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