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HIALEAH, FL-Curtain wall company Gamma Industries signed afive-year, 157,000-sf lease for space at 5600 NW 37th Ave. Thelease is valued at approximately $5 million.

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The landlord of the building is Perrine Marlin Corp., which isowned by David and Morris Berger. The landlord was represented byCushman & Wakefield south Florida industrial team of BrianSmith, Wayne Ramoski and Audley Bosch. Gamma Industries wasrepresented by Ed Easton, which recently acquired the company, andChristina Mendilla.

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Smith tells GlobeSt.com that the property was being marketedwhen Easton contacted the industrial team with a need for space toexpand operations. The company has another location in PompanoBeach. Gamma Industries occupies the entire building.

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"The location and zoning were important factors in Gamma'sdecision to take the space," Smith says. "They also liked theceiling heights, column spacing and heavy power at the site."

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