Prakas & Co is now handling the exclusive leasing for Brickell Bay Boardwalk

- Prakas & Co Florida's Premier Restaurant Brokers are now handling the leasing for Brickell Bay Boardwalk. Prakas & Co. is a premier restaurant brokerage firm headquartered in Boca Raton. Established in 1999, Prakas & Co. has sold or leased more than 450 restaurants and commercial properties. Prakas & Co. has been the driving force in bringing some of the world's most famous restaurants to Florida.

MIAMI - Dec. 2, 2019 - PRLog -- This is a great opportunity for someone looking for prime restaurant space in the Miami area. Waterfront real estate is very rare to come by in Miami. The property will feature 13,437 sq. ft. of raw untouched prime restaurant space on the ground level. The top level has 13,526 sq. ft. of second-generation restaurant space. This raw space has countless advantages creating tremendous opportunity for prospective tenants. Both spaces can be combined to create a 2 story mega space that overlooks Biscayne Bay.

The space will have its own valet parking within The Four Ambassadors Condo and the SunTrust Building, valuable potential for outdoor seating with unobstructed views and the possibility for tenant boat docks allowing guests to arrive by land or water. The Brickell Bay Boardwalk is just a short walking distance to the new Brickell City Centre.

The property boasts breathtaking views from Key Biscayne to Rickenbacker Causeway.

Some of the neighboring tenants include La Mar by Gaston Acurio, Azul, Cipriani, Cantina LaVeinte, Zuma, Coya Miami, Komodo Restaurant, Bertoni, Morton's, Truluck's, Sushi Siam and Crazy About You just to name just a few.

Prakas & Co. provides personalized services ― including business sales, franchise tenant representation, consulting, marketing, sales, and leasing opportunities. South Florida's hottest restaurant corridors, including Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, Clematis Street in West Palm Beach and Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale, have all been enhanced by the Prakas touch.

The owner of Prakas & Company, Tom Prakas, believes in team efforts to best serve their customers. "The key to a successful establishment is knowing your demographics. Failure is so common and even if the concept is great, the location may be wrong."

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