— Fernandez Options


Off Market

  • 1401 Old Dixie

    • $3.5mm ($118/SF)

    • 29,619 SF

    • 2.14 AC | 93,096 SF

    • 22’ ceilings

    • All dividing walls are CBS

    • Includes 12,000 SF lot (zoning allows for a 5ksf bldg to be erected)

      • See flyer for scenario.


On Market

  • 263 N Jog

    • $2mm ($173/SF)

    • 11,590 SF

    • 0.97 AC | 42,253 SF

      • This building is too small, but I am curious if this area is too far west.

  • 1134 53rd

    • $1.725mm ($124/SF)

    • 13,863 SF

    • 0.91 AC | 39,640 SF

      • This building is too small. However, my thought is that we could find another warehouse in this area. You would end up having two separate properties, but at least they could be down the road from one another. I have a connection with an owner in the area that I am waiting to hear back from. He might have something nearby that makes sense.

  • 1538 N Military

    • $2.39mm ($155/SF)

    • 15,460 SF

    • 1.34 AC | 58,370 SF

      • This property is partially leased. It could possibly work if the lease is about to expire or on a month/month lease.

  • 2758 Old Okeechobee

    • $1.25mm ($150/SF)

    • 8,340 SF

    • 0.37 AC | 16,117 SF

      • This building is too small. However, my thought is that we could find another warehouse in this area. You would end up having two separate properties, but at least they could be down the road from one another.

  • 4805 S Dixie

    • $4.3mm ($193/SF)

    • 22,225 SF

    • 0.86 AC | 37,462 SF

      • You have probably said no to this property because of the price. This makes sense because you can properly run your business in an industrial area where prices are lower. However, an upside would be resale when the area has been fully developed.


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