CRE Rauch, Lupo, Robertson & Co. represented tenant Atlantic Pediatric Partners (APP) as well as the landlord, South Florida Business Ventures III (SFBVIII), in the site selection of a new state of the art medical facility in Lighthouse Point, Florida.

The ten-year lease was executed in August 2013 between APP, the parent company of South Florida Pediatric Partners (SFPP) and the landlord SFBV III.

APP is an eight-office regional pediatric medical practice throughout Florida.

4701 N. Federal Highway, Lighthouse PointThe search for a new home for APP began in the fourth quarter of 2012.  The process was lengthy due to very specific location requirements for the practice. The new facility, located at 4701 N. Federal Highway, in Lighthouse Point is approximately 4,600 SF and will be home for 4 of the 25 physicians in the practice. Occupancy is scheduled for December 1, 2013.

“Warren Izard, a principal with South Florida Business Ventures III, worked very closely with us and understood our needs for this specialty medical practice,” said Michael Rauch, Managing Partner at CRE Rauch, Lupo, Robertson & Co.

“While the process to understand and define APP’s needs was very detailed the group worked well together as a team,” commented Izard.

South Florida Business Ventures is a regional landlord and owns several office and medical investment buildings in South Florida.



Michael Rauch and Tom Robertson, Senior Managing Partners with CRE Rauch Lupo Robertson, a CRE Florida Partners Company, negotiated a lease with international hotel furniture manufacturer Bryan Ashley International.

The company will be relocating from their current location at 1704 Park Central Blvd North in Pompano Beach.

Newport CenterThe new 8,232-square-foot facility will be a state of the art showroom and corporate headquarters for Bryan Ashely International. Bryan Ashley is a multi-national firm with operations in the US, Southeast Asia and China and services the furniture industry internationally.

“This was a long and detailed negotiation and our broker was with us all way,” said Newport owner Todd Chilton.

Bryan Isackson, Senior VP of Sales at Bryan Ashley International, also commented on the lengthy and detailed negotiation process, “We are very pleased with the outcome and look forward to moving into our new home.”

The seven-year lease in Newport Center follows a string of successful real estate transactions in Palm Beach County.