JRL was hired to take over the leasing and management of a two story Class A 26,000 square foot office building residing in Boynton Beach. At the time, the property’s second floor was thirty percent leased and the balance of the space was not constructed.
Recognizing that the current market conditions did not support large tenants in the area, JRL re-positioned the property by offering smaller office spaces. JRL interviewed several reputable licensed and insured general contractors. Narrowing the field down to two companies we were able to negotiate favorable pricing and establish a strong working relationship. Through several meetings with the new tenants, the general contractor and the JRL project manager were able to define the scope of each office and establish defined timelines. Materials, layouts, color schemes were established and signed off on by each new tenant and work commenced. Offices were delivered with certificates of occupancy and in a timely fashion and the second floor was shored up during the tough recession.
The building came out stronger than before it was going into the recession.