Native Realty Fully Leases Fort Lauderdale’s Marina Village Prior to Project’s Completion

Native Realty successfully leased the entire food-and-beverage inventory at Marina Village, the waterfront food hall/entertainment venue located within the city’s iconic Bahia Mar resort, before the project obtains its certificate of occupancy. Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, Sushi Song and Taco Vibez are the final tenants to sign lease agreements at Marina Village.

Founded by Dan Beck, who previously worked as a seafood buyer in the restaurant industry and regularly visited Maine over the years, Mason’s brings authentic New England-style lobster rolls to South Florida. It has an existing location within Miami’s Bayside Marketplace.

Sushi Song comes to Marina Village with an established following from its nine existing sushi bar locations as far south as Key West and as far north as Deerfield Beach. Executive Chef Song’s unique sushi rolls blend traditional and progressive flavor components. The Marina Village kiosk undoubtedly will draw from Sushi Song’s popular downtown Fort Lauderdale and Oakland Park locations.

Taco Vibez is an expansion of a Pompano Beach-based taqueria concept, with craft tacos, Latin-inspired bowls and fresh burritos.

Firm CEO Jaime Sturgis and COO Kaley Tuning exclusively represented Bahia Mar’s ownership, led by developer Jimmy Tate, in leasing Marina Village. With eight distinct food-and-beverage concepts across 35,000 square feet of open-air space nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and Fort Lauderdale Beach, Marina Village is sure to become a go-to dining and entertainment destination.

Click here to read the SF Business Journal article about Marina Village.

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