Jaime Sturgis of Native Realty was featured in a Sun Sentinel article discussing the leasing potential of a historic church in Flagler Village, which was recently rescued from demolition.
Historic church in Flagler Village for lease: can be home to restaurant, art gallery, offices
Once doomed as a demolition candidate, a historic church at 441 NE Third Ave. in Fort Lauderdale’s Flagler Village is up for lease as a place where a restaurant, art gallery and offices could co-exist.
Fort Lauderdale commercial real estate broker Jaime Sturgis, of Native Realty, on Monday said he’s heard from art galleries, food hall operators and entrepreneurs who would like to lease all or part of the 12,000 square feet up for grabs. Two-thirds of the space is on the ground floor; the remainder is on an upper level.
“‘There are micro and office spaces on the second floor,’ Sturgis said. ‘The whole thing could be leased to one firm, one operator. When you think of a food hall or restaurants, it would be an incredible use.'”