A Move for Giving for Atrium Financial Center
Boca’s Atrium Financial Center Lands a Philanthropic Tenant
The 106,000-square-foot, four-story Atrium Financial Center in Boca Raton has long been a feather in the cap of Penn-Florida Companies, an owner and full-service developer of high-profile real estate for more than 30 years. Now the Atrium has a new tenant: the nonprofit Spirit of Giving, a collaborative that brings together more than 70 other nonprofits to network and find synergies.
“Relocating to a larger space is a major step for our nonprofit,” says Linda Harvey, executive director for Spirit of Giving. “We are thrilled to call Atrium Financial Center our new home and to be a tenant of Penn-Florida, a long-time supporter of our charitable endeavors.”
Harvey notes that she’s also gratified to be in the same space as ESPN‘s Boca Raton Bowl, Spirit of Giving’s official charity partner. Perhaps the two staffs may find themselves mingling in the amenity-laded Atrium’s café and lounge, hair salon, bank or fitness center. Then there’s always the sunlit atrium—which is replete with tropical foliage—to linger in before work.
“As a long-time supporter and volunteer with Spirit of Giving, I have been fortunate to be a part of some of the amazing things this organization does for our community, including the Holiday Gift Drive, Back to School Bash and the Community Spirit Race,” says Dyana Kenney, executive vice president and director of leasing at Penn-Florida Companies. “I’m delighted to have them join our impressive roster of corporate tenants that include local, national and Fortune 500 companies.”