Were they brokers or enthusiasts of TV game shows from the 1950’s? Either way, it was a pleasant afternoon as over 50 people including commercial brokers and property owners attended the July 30 Broker Luncheon sponsored by Brenner Real Estate Group at The 6400 Building in Fort Lauderdale.
Ken Silberling and Betty Geller, Brenner leasing associates for the property, took the game show theme to new heights, dubbing the event “The $6400 Question” patterned after The $64,000 Question which aired on CBS from 1955 to 1958.
We loved promoting our event online with trivia contests and a YouTube video (starring our very own Ken Silberling’s hand!) posted on Brenner’s social media sites and blog. Once at the event, brokers had the opportunity to answer The $6400 Question in a special live trivia challenge skillfully MC’d by Ken and Betty. Prizes totaling $700 went to trivia contest winners including:
A.J. Belt – CBRE
Jeff Hammond – NAI Miami
Mike Scarpino, Rauch Weaver
Steve Einhorn – Epic Properties
Do you know of anyone looking for Class A Space? The 6400 Building located at 6400 North Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, is a four-story 55,697 SF Class “A” office building, and was most recently home to the South Florida Business Journal. Due to the publication’s move to Miami, several suites are available for lease, including Suite 200 where the broker event was held, which is a full floor measuring 10,642 SF. Other suites include Suite 400 – 2181 SF and Suite 530 – 1,644 SF.
Ken and Betty also unveiled the broker incentive for leasing the space – be sure to call us for details. Ken says, “The 6400 Building offers prime visibility on I-95. With building signage available for the full floor tenant and 190,000 cars per day driving by to notice it, we expect this office space to move quickly. We enjoy cooperating with brokers and wanted bring this new opportunity to their attention. It was also a reminder of the wealth of amenities surrounding the property including restaurants, gym, movie theater and urgent care center.”
The money theme was emphasized with green tablecloths and balloons, scattered chocolate coins and even a money tree and a money-themed banner. Food was served by Carlucci’s, which also raffled off two $25 giftcards.
Oh, and what was the $6400 Question? Name the unusual building amenity offered at The 6400 Building. The winning answer? Free overtime air...a great perk for professional office tenants who sometimes have to work late, and let’s face it, we’ve all been there. Check out the video:
--The Brenner Blog Team