New Bolay Drive-Thru in South Tampa

If you haven’t heard of Bolay then you’re missing out. A brand that believes in tasty food that fuels an active lifestyle is now offering a drive-thru feature at their South Tampa location. Bolay may be fast-casual dining, but its extraordinary and nutritious fare sets it ahead of the pack.

Cohen Commercial’s Chris Haass has represented Bolay in fifteen of their locations in South Florida.

To learn more about Bolays’ new drive-thru location, click here.

Purchase of Miami Beach office building for $93M Stirs Controversy

Florida residents, you may be familiar with Lincoln Road in Miami, but are you aware that a 118,658 square-foot office building is soon to be purchased in close proximity? Two development groups led by Don Peebles and Integra Investments have promising plans for the future development of this property, but what does that mean for those residing in Miami? Well, if you’re looking for office space, retail space, or an apartment, then you’re in luck. 

Lidia Dinkova from The Real Deal states that, “The plan is for 80,000 square feet of offices on three stories, 43 market-rate apartments on two floors and 9,500 square feet of ground-floor retail.” The market is hot right now, and Florida continues to commercially develop before our eyes. Increased commerce leaves us with more options both business and pleasure wise, but is that what’s best considering the recent shift of more people working at home since COVID-19?

Read more as the Lincoln proposal amongst Pebbles and Integra unravels here

Technology & Innovation Roundup: 1909 To Create Innovation Hub in West Palm Beach

In the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach one can find Clematis Street, an area known for its trendy restaurants, bars, clubs, shopping, and a plethora of other businesses. However, the already established commerce doesn’t leave much room for start-up companies or accessible work spaces.

In a recent transaction on May 16, 2022 of $10 million, the 29,181-square-foot building on 314 Clematis Street was purchased by the nonprofit organization, 1909. Future plans are centered around providing opportunity for small businesses and entrepreneurs by offering a multi-use space.

Read more about 1909’s purchase of 314 Clematis and the amenities to be provided in 2024 at 7-22.html