June 13, 2024

Delray Beach-based Redfearn Capital, a private equity commercial real estate company, has acquired two Florida industrial properties in a $23 million deal.
The company “targets value-add, distressed and opportunistic investment opportunities,” according to a release. On Sept. 27, Redfearn closed on two deals, one in Pompano Beach and one in Clearwater. In total, the two properties contain 153,950 square feet of industrial facilities.
“These two industrial assets offer an exceptional value-add opportunity in both of these booming industrial markets,” Alex Redfearn, principal and founder of Redfearn Capital, said in a release. “Our team was able to secure both properties off-market and execute in a challenging economic environment.”
The Clearwater facility is located at 3939 Airway Circle and 13200 40th St. N and sold for $12.825 million, according to a release. The industrial buildings total 103,750 square feet and are both occupied by SupplyOne. The company currently has 48 locations in 22 states.
The Pompano Beach property is located at 450 E. Copans Road and sold for $10.25 million, according to a deed filed in Broward County. It features a 50,200-square-foot property fully leased by a single tenant at the time of the sale.
Redfearn Capital has more than $450 million worth of assets and more than 3.5 million square feet, focusing on industrial assets under its management.
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