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Kaufman Lynn Breaks Ground on $150M Headquarters Expansion for South Florida-Based Automotive Company

Kaufman Lynn Construction will demolish seven of the campus’ existing buildings and will build eight new structures as part of the renovation.

DEERFIELD BEACH, FLA. —  Kaufman Lynn Construction (KL) has broken ground on a $150 million headquarters renovation and expansion for JM Family Enterprises in Deerfield Beach. JM Family Enterprises is a privately owned automotive company whose subsidiaries include Southeast Toyota Distributors, JM&A Group and JM Lexus. The renovation will take place over the next three years. KL will demolish seven of the campus’ existing buildings, and will build eight new structures, including three office buildings, a two-story dining hall, 20,000-square-foot sports complex, 55,000-square-foot conference/training center and a 900-car parking garage. Three of the campus’ existing buildings will remain. Other features in the renovated, open-style campus will include a café, collaboration space, outdoor central plaza, fountains and walkways. Jacksonville-based architect Robert Broward, former apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright, designed the campus’ master plan. KL is working with Boca Raton-based PGAL Architects to complete the project.

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