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February 2006 - Volume 2 - Issue 8

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Prime Commercial Developers Break Ground on Two First Class "A" Office Buildings in Homestead

Prime Commercial Developers recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for the first Class "A" office buildings in Homestead at Portofino Professional Center and Portofino Plaza.

The city of Homestead has experienced rapid residential growth the last few years, calling for continued expansion by its residents for commercial space. Answering those demands, Prime Commercial Developers, a division of The Abbo Group of Companies is developing Portofino Professional Center and Portofino Plaza.


(l-r) Larry Abbo, Vice President & CEO for Prime Commercial Developers; Edward Abbo, COO for Prime Commercial Developers; Kenneth Weston of Kenneth Weston & Associates, Inc.; Fred Abbo, President & Chairman for Prime Commercial Developers; City of Homestead Mayor Roscoe Warren; City of Homestead Councilman Jeffrey D. Porter; City of Homestead Councilwoman Lynda Bell; Bo Boulenger, CEO of Homestead Hospital and Edward Lewis, Edward Lewis Architects (ELA), Inc.

"This is a great day in the City of Homestead, continuing its steps of expansion and establishing it as a municipality of the future," said Fred Abbo, President, Prime Commercial Developers, the developer of the project.

City of Homestead Mayor Roscoe Warren and Homestead Hospital CEO Bo Boulenger joined developers Fred, Larry and Edward Abbo and Kenneth Weston, Kenneth Weston & Associates, Inc. in the participation of the ground breaking ceremony.

Both projects are Class "A" office buildings. Portofino Professional Center, a medical/professional building will be located adjacent to the newly expanded Homestead Hospital, while Portofino Plaza located a mile away, is a mixed use retail, medical and professional development.


(l-r) Edward Abbo, COO for Prime Commercial Developers; City of Homestead Councilman Jeffrey D. Porter; Bo Boulenger, CEO of Homestead Hospital and City of Homestead Mayor Roscoe Warren.

The Portofino Professional Center, a three-story building features 20,000 square feet per floor. Amenities at the Portofino Professional Center include cutting edge technology and design elements designed with medical and other related business professionals in mind. The building features a porte-cochere with a protected entrance along with 290 parking spaces.

Portofino Plaza features two identical three story buildings with 45,000 square feet each totaling 90,000 square feet. Amenities include retail, dining, a 14-screen movie theater and medical/professional office space. Both projects are strategically located on Campbell Drive, the main street in the rapidly growing city of Homestead, with easy access to the Florida Turnpike.


(l-r) Kenneth Weston of Kenneth Weston & Associates, Inc. discussing the Portofino Plaza project with Larry Abbo, Vice President and CEO for Prime Commercial Developers in the background.

Kenneth Weston, President of Kenneth Weston & Associates, Inc. will serve as the exclusive sales and marketing agent for both projects. The creative architectural designs for both projects were created by Edward Lewis Architects (ELA), Inc.

The sales firm of Kenneth Weston & Associates, Inc., brings more than 20 years medical/professional condominiums sales experience and the company is one of the leading specialists in medical office space in the South Florida market.

"There has been an incredible demand for this space and we have already had a great number of inquiries," Weston said.

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