Four Acres In Downtown Fort Lauderdale Up For Grabs, Bids To Start At $52M
The state of Florida wants to sell a downtown office building and an off-site parking lot for more than $52 million.
The properties total 4.33 acres and includes the five-story Robert Hayes Gore State Office Building, at 201 W. Broward Blvd., and the 29,185-square-foot parking lot across the street.
David Wigoda and Lee Ann Korst, both senior VPs with the CBRE Group, will market the property on behalf of the state. They will accept sealed bids for the properties until Oct. 25 at noon.
Built in 1979, the Robert Hayes Gore building is 113,710 square feet on a 3.66-acre parcel. It houses offices for the state’s Department of Juvenile Justice; the Department of Children and Families and Adult Protected Services; the Department of Management Services; and the Bureau of Fire, Arson, and Explosives Investigations.
The properties are nearby Brightline’s Fort Lauderdale station, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, the Museum of Discovery & Science, and the Nova Southeastern University Art Museum of Fort Lauderdale. They’re also zoned as a downtown regional activity center, which is “one of the most open zoning designations in Fort Lauderdale, CBRE added in its marketing of the properties.