ECU Worldwide’s lease renewal with landlord Realterm and institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management at 2401 NW 69th Street in Miami signals the resiliency of the South Florida industrial market.
A Miami warehouse known as the Econocaribe Building traded with the help of three brokers who formed a unique partnership to seal the deal.
The sellers were represented by Cushman & Wakefield director Miguel Alcivar, CBRE Inc. first vice president Michael Silver and Colliers International executive vice president Jonathan Kingsley.
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