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Ocean Independence moves Fort Lauderdale office

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Ocean Independence has moved its Fort Lauderdale office to a spot at the northwest end of the 17th Street Bridge in the Port Condo building.

The newly built-out 4,000-square-foot office space, located at street level, is in Suite 1 at 1819 S.E. 17th St.

Contact information remains the same. For more details, visit www.oceanindependence.com.

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