AVENTURA, Fla. (March 9, 2011)—Following a record year in growth and sales, Macken Realty, the staple South Florida luxury real estate firm in business for over 20 years, has relocated from 18999 Biscayne Boulevard to the Aventura Professional Building, its own full-service office building at 17071 West Dixie Highway.
The Aventura Professional Building houses an eclectic mix of tenants, many of which are involved in facets of the real estate industry including mortgage brokers, title companies, attorneys, construction and development companies as well as a public relations and graphic design firm.
“With this move, Macken Realty will be positioned to take advantage of the synergies available, working alongside innovators from other real estate-related businesses in our very own building,” said Jodi Macken, principal, Macken Realty.
As the real estate market experienced a seismic shift, Macken Realty successfully acclimated in accordance with the market. The firm has established substantial relationships with several asset managers and developed a strong niche, selling the influx of short sales and foreclosures during the challenging real estate market. In return, December 2010 marked the company’s highest sales volume in the company’s 20-plus years in business.
“As our company has grown, so has our need to find the find the ideal space in the right location for our evolving business,” stated Lillian Macken, principal and broker, Macken Realty. “The Aventura Professional Building offers us significant more space and allows us the opportunity to hire more agents and staff to accommodate our business demand. The building’s central location, key services, high tech abilities and overall convenience have been of tremendous value to our agents.”
The Aventura Professional Building features flexible and customizable fully furnished physical office suites as well as virtual office space, wi-fi throughout, three large conference rooms, two full-service kitchens, professional concierge, receptionist services, and private rooftop parking. The building, previously featured in Florida Architecture Magazine, is recognized for once housing the powerhouse law firm of Young Stern and Tanenbaum and for its contemporary design. The building is currently 95% occupied.