International commercial real estate services firm Studley announced today that the Moffitt Cancer Center has signed a 128,759-square-foot lease at Intellicenter One in Telecom Park. The building will serve as Moffitt's new location for its business and administrative support functions.
According to Dean Head, vice president of facilities management and construction for Moffitt, moving its business units to a new facility is a part of Moffitt's strategic plan to increase operational efficiency across its real estate portfolio in order to better serve patients and free up space at its main campus for mission critical functions.
"Intellicenter One is the perfect location for our business units as it will offer us a state of the art facility within close proximity of the main campus, providing advanced and innovative technology in support of hospital functions," said Jack Kolosky, executive vice president and chief operating officer for Moffitt.
Studley Senior Vice President and Branch Manager Cheri O'Neil, along with Managing Director John Esposito, represented Moffitt in the transaction. According to O'Neil, the cancer center's administrative operations will be undergoing a four phase relocation process, which shall be concluded by the end of 2013, in order to ensure minimal disruption to its various business units.
Intellicenter One is a 200,000-square-foot office building completed in 2008 located in Telecom Park. The four story building has received silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council and boasts reflective roofing, energy-efficient glass that allows 75 percent of the work areas to receive day lighting.
Jimmy Garvey and Lara Sieder with CLW Real Estate Services Group represented the building landlord.