PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL—An affiliate of Tequesta BrewingCo. has signed a lease deal at the CityCenter here.

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The deal announced by brokerage firm NAI/ Merin HunterCodman, Inc. has Twisted Trunk leasing5,772 square feet at 2000 PGA Blvd., within the City Centre complexat the southwest corner of PGA Boulevard and US 1. The microbrewerywill offer dozens of craft beers brewed on site, fermented in tanks of up to 1,700 gallons in size that can be viewed fromthe bar area. In addition to a bar/lounge area, a patio area willhave approximately 40 seats.

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The microbrewery lease deal is part of a burgeoning microbrewerymovement taking hold in Palm Beach County. The Brewers Associationnotes that there are more than 90 microbreweries/brewpubs currentlyin the planning stages statewide in Florida, which will more thandouble the current number of existing breweries.

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“A microbrewery is a strong draw for consumers these days, andrepresents an excellent addition to a mixed-use center,” saysSteve Paige, managing director at NAI/Merin HunterCodman. “Twisted Trunk will have a prime location at one of themost visible intersections in Palm Beach County.”

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Paige and Lesley Sheinberg of NAI/MerinHunter Codman are in charge of leasing at City Centre, which totals93,700 square feet. Among the property's office tenants areSabadell United Bank, Oppenheimer and Wilmington Trust. Its retailtenants include Carmine's Crab Shack.

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John Jordan

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