Oppenheim Pilelsky Represents Developer in $11.2 Million Sale of Weston Retail Plaza
(Weston) Attorney Roy Oppenheim, managing partner of Oppenheim Pilelsky, represented Millennium 2000 Development, LLC in its sale of Millennium Plaza at Weston for $11.2 million. The buyer was Jaffe of Sawgrass who was represented by attorney Bruce Goldman. The transaction closed in late December 2003.
The Millennium Plaza at Weston is a 45,000 square foot mixed-use retail/office project located at 2800 Weston Road in Weston, Florida. It was developed in 2001 by Millennium 2000 Development, a Weston-based company whose managing partner is Ignacio Martinez, Jr.
Oppenheim said Martinez plans to use some proceeds from this sale to fund operating expenses at The Millennium Hollywood’s City Place, a million-square foot discount outlet and family entertainment center located in Hollywood. In March of last year, Millennium Development Enterprises signed a 60-year lease with the mall’s owners to operate and manage Hollywood’s City Place. Oppenheim represented the developer in that transaction as well.
Oppenheim Pilelsky, based in Weston, Florida, serves the Southeastern United States, concentrating its practice in consumer litigation, real estate, business, insurance and Internet-related matters, and select cases concerning personal injury, wrongful death and medical malpractice. The firm previously received national attention for bringing one of the first lawsuits against Firestone for selling defective tires. Its Weston office is located at 2500 Weston Road, Suite 404, Weston, Florida 33331. Office phone: 954-384-6114. Oppenheim Pilelsky also maintains an office in Tampa at 100 North Tampa Street, Suite 3760. For more information on the law firm, log on to www.oppenheimlaw.com.
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