Officials Announce Gainesville Office Building Construction
Trimark Properties, a principal developer of office space in Gainesville FL, has broken ground on its latest luxury commercial building.
Construction began on March 17th for Ingenuity, a $14 million office building positioned in the college town’s prominent commercial district, Innovation Square.
Ingenuity’s primary shareholder, Trimark Properties, is well-versed with commercial office space in Gainesville. They own and manage sixteen commercial units in the city, ranging from office, laboratory, café and retail suites. In 2016 they completed Nimbus, a 15,000-square-feet building that is now inhabited to tech marketing firm SharpSpring. For Ingenuity, they have collaborated with construction team Ajax Building Corporation and Flad & Associates Architects.
The 50,000-square-feet building, situated at 643 SW 4th Ave, will feature four stories of Class A office space that may be built-to-suit by Trimark Properties’ award-winning architecture team. Tenants will have the ability to completely customize the space and choose specifics such as the number of conference rooms and breakout spaces. The entire building will feature an ultramodern design.
“Luxury office buildings like Ingenuity attract entrepreneurs and growing enterprises to Gainesville,” said John Fleming, managing partner of Trimark Properties. “When planning Ingenuity, we envisioned a space that would inspire productivity and promote collaboration in order to facilitate efficiency and optimism in the workplace.”
The building has been fully leased, although it will not be ready for its new tenants until January of 2018.
About Innovation Square
Innovation Square is a cutting-edge district positioned between downtown Gainesville and the University of Florida campus set aside for startups and growing tech companies. The research hub’s connection to local businesses and the top research college provides businesses with distinct professional advantages such as capital, research and networking opportunities that would be otherwise difficult to achieve for an inexperienced company. Businesses currently located in Innovation Square include Fracture, Parisleaf and Starter Space.