MIAMI—There's no doubt that South Florida has become a magnetfor life sciences firms—and it's not just PalmBeach County. Miami is developing its own hub and Broward County isgetting a piece of the action.

Stemtech International, a stem cell nutritioncompany, is moving its corporate headquarters from California toPembroke Pines, FL. Stemtech has signed a lease for 34,279 squarefeet at 2010 Northwest 150th Avenue in Pembroke Pines. Anew-to-market lease, the firm is moving from San Clemente, CA.

Cresa senior advisor ZachWendelin represented Stemtech. DarcieLunsford, senior vice president at Butters Realty& Management, represented the landlord,G&C Herald Investors.

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