NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FL-Geopak Corp., a locally-based, privately-held civil engineering software developer with international accounts, hasn’t formally announced it will relocate to neighboring Broward County next year, but confirms it has purchased land in Sunrise, FL for a planned 80,000-sf office building.

The Miami-Dade County firm is considering leasing the asset as an investment or occupying the structure as its new headquarters site. A January decision is on the calendar.

Geopak’s affiliate, Norona Ltd., paid Reynolds Metals Development Co. $1.17 million or $272,093 per acre ($6.25 per sf) for a 4.3-acre pad near Interstate 75 and Shotgun Road in Sunrise, FL, 30 miles north of Downtown Miami.

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