5151 E. Broadway Announces New Tenants and Solid Renewal Activity in 2019 

5151 E Broadway Blvd., Tucson, AZ

Tucson, AZ — 5151 E. Broadway | Kent Circle Partners (Scott Seldin, President), announces four new tenants and strong renewal activity this year. dailyVest, Inc., MindPlay (Methods and Solutions, Inc.), Summit Funding, Inc., are relocating their offices to 5151. The newest amenity in the building is Angel Serving Coffee X Change, a coffee counter now open, on the lobby level. Richard M. Kleiner and Thomas J. Nieman, Cushman & Wakefield | Picor Real Estate Services represented the owner in all of the transactions.

According to building owner Scott Seldin, “We are seeing robust lease interest and consistent renewal activity which coincides with the predicted positive economic outlook for Tucson this year. Coupled with spectacular views and a host of amenities, 5151 is a vibrant place to work and call home.”

  • dailyVest, Inc., a fintech (financial technology) software company that brings over a decade of innovation and experience to financial service providers engaged in setting up and administering employer-sponsored retirement savings plans, occupies 1,022-square- feet. Jeff Casper with CBRE’s Tucson office represented the dailyVest, Inc. in this transaction.
  • MindPlay (Methods and Solutions, Inc.), an educational software development company, moved in their 6,786-square-foot office space April 27th.
  • Summit Funding, Inc., a top 40 private residential mortgage lender operating across the country, has leased 5,820-square-feet and plans to relocate mid-June. Toria Kaufman with Gallaway Commercial, LLC and Brandon Rodgers with Cushman & Wakefield | Picor represented Summit Funding, Inc. in this transaction.
  • Angel Serving Coffee X Change serves specialty coffees and teas, beverages, juices, fresh fruit and pastries. The 146-square-foot coffee bar is open Monday through Friday, 7 am to 5 pm.

5151 E. Broadway has recently completed a multimillion-dollar renovation project. The installation of contemporary elevator cabs – including a state-of-the-art modernization program optimizing travel times – is one of a few of its kind in the state of Arizona.