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  • Dowdys plan 2nd new I-Drive inline retail bldg south of Wet 'n Wild site

    Dowdys plan 2nd new I-Drive inline retail bldg south of Wet 'n Wild site

    Dowdy Properties, a mainstay commercial real estate owner and operator on International Drive, has a new inline retail building next to Universal Orlando's former Wet 'n Wild property that's fully leased with tenants new to the submarket, and plans to clear land for another new building next year. ...

  • IBI Group seeking new permits for 3,000-home BK Ranch project

    IBI Group seeking new permits for 3,000-home BK Ranch project

    Entitlement specialist IBI Group is rebooting the 948-acre BK Ranch mixed-use project south of Kissimmee with a new round of permit applications. The firm had been seeking a Comprehensive Plan Amendment in 2015 for a Mixed-Use district. At the time the property had a developer on board, GreenPointe...

  • Local healthcare provider plans 2nd full-service center for uninsured, low-income

    Local healthcare provider plans 2nd full-service center for uninsured, low-income

    Orange Blossom Family Health is getting ready to construct its second full-service center for low-income and uninsured people on 2.57 acres in west Orlando, at the corner of Ivey Lane and Old Winter Garden Road. “We are planning the construction of a 12,000-square-foot comprehensive medical, dental,...

  • Developer preps Phase 3 retail for Shoppes at Alafaya, wetlands mitigation an issue

    Developer preps Phase 3 retail for Shoppes at Alafaya, wetlands mitigation an issue

    A Miami Beach-based developer has a half dozen big-box retail tenants and specialty grocer lined up for a long-anticipated third phase of The Shoppes at Alafaya, but must find common ground with Orange County over wetlands mitigation.  Located on 16 acres at 1100-1250 N. Alafaya Trail northwest...

  • Guardian Care seeks rezoning for assisted living & nursing facilities

    Guardian Care seeks rezoning for assisted living & nursing facilities

    Guardian Care, Inc., which has operated a highly-rated nursing home in Orlando's Washington Shores area for nearly 50 years, is ready to move forward on two-year-old plans for a five-story, assisted- and independent- living building, along with a skilled nursing care facility.On Monday, the Orlando...

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  • Hunter's Creek church adding Kissimmee campus, pays $3.2M for land

    Hunter's Creek church adding Kissimmee campus, pays $3.2M for land

    A growing church in Hunter's Creek paid $3.2 million this week to buy 11.6 acres for its second campus in Kissimmee.  Wade Mumm, lead pastor of Greeneway Church, told GrowthSpotter the church acted fast to secure the prime site at the corner of John Young Parkway and Centerview Drive even before...

  • Residents sue city & developer to stop work on Princeton Oaks Industrial Park

    Residents sue city & developer to stop work on Princeton Oaks Industrial Park

    Two non-profit environmental groups made up of local residents have sued the city of Orlando and affiliates of Foundry Commercial to try and stop development of the Princeton Oaks Industrial Park. The environmental groups -- Speak Up Wekiva, Inc., which claims more than 2,200 members, and Save...

  • Owners pitch historic reno of Parramore bldg near stadium w/new gastropub

    Owners pitch historic reno of Parramore bldg near stadium w/new gastropub

    Owners of a half-vacant retail building near Orlando City Soccer Club's new stadium in Parramore are proposing a historic renovation for a new bar and restaurant, the first phase of what may be multiple property redevelopments they'd pursue in the immediate area.  Located at 532 W. Church St.,...

  • City of Kissimmee pays $9.2M for park land & downtown office site

    City of Kissimmee pays $9.2M for park land & downtown office site

    Kissimmee City Commissioners this week approved two major property acquisitions totaling more than $9 million, including nearly 20 acres downtown in the city's Medical Arts District. Craig Holland, the city's development services director, said Kissimmee has been pursuing Osceola County's Beaumont...

  • Seminole County preps for construction on new high school vocational classes bldg

    Seminole County preps for construction on new high school vocational classes bldg

    Seminole High School’s two time-worn vocational education buildings will give way later this year to a new 19,500-square-foot structure that will include a wing for hands-on aircraft maintenance instruction. The Seminole County School Board will vote July 25 on whether to accept a $4.4 million...

  • Architects to interview for chance to design first NeoCity office building

    Architects to interview for chance to design first NeoCity office building

    Three architecture firms will have a chance on July 31 to convince Osceola County officials they have the creative vision to design an office building at NeoCity that will help attract global business leaders to the emerging tech district. Located next door to the Florida Advanced Manufacturing...

  • Osceola DRC approves Tavistock's Sunbridge Phase 1 concept plan

    Osceola DRC approves Tavistock's Sunbridge Phase 1 concept plan

    Osceola County's Development Review Committee approved a revised Concept Plan by Tavistock Development Company on Wednesday morning for a 2,700-acre first phase of Sunbridge. The new plan incorporates some changes from the developer's original plan that were requested by county staff. Tavistock...

  • Miami-based artist pays $6M for NNN-leased warehouse near Orlando airport

    Miami-based artist pays $6M for NNN-leased warehouse near Orlando airport

    An affiliate of Miami Beach-based photographer Robert Curran spent $6 million on Monday for his first investment property in Greater Orlando, a NNN-leased warehouse north of Orlando International Airport.  Located at 6333 McCoy Road in the Lee Vista Business Commons industrial park, the 42,300-square-foot...

  • PetSuites plans Florida market entry via Winter Springs, land under contract

    PetSuites plans Florida market entry via Winter Springs, land under contract

    PetSuites of America, a high-end boarding and grooming service for dogs and cats, plans to make its Florida debut on the southeast corner of State Roads 434 and 417 in Winter Springs. The company has submitted a final site plan for the new spa and kennel to Winter Springs planning staff, and has...

  • CRE investor eyes Orlando's tourism corridor for new U.S. Cricket League

    CRE investor eyes Orlando's tourism corridor for new U.S. Cricket League

    Pennsylvania-based Global Sports Ventures has named Orlando among eight U.S. markets targeted for a new professional cricket league it plans to launch by 2020, and has hired JLL's Sports and Entertainment Group to lead site selection for a potential mixed-use complex where it would build a stadium,...

  • K. Hovnanian buys Phase 2 of subdivision on Osceola's Westside corridor

    K. Hovnanian buys Phase 2 of subdivision on Osceola's Westside corridor

    K. Hovnanian Homes added more land to its growing Central Florida portfolio last Friday.  The New Jersey-based homebuilder paid $4.9 million for Phase 2 of Magnolia at Westside, a 246-home subdivision in Four Corners near the intersection of Westside Boulevard and Florence Villa Grove Road. Division...

  • Tavistock lands built-to-suit corporate HQ w/Orange Lake Resorts at Infinity Park

    Tavistock lands built-to-suit corporate HQ w/Orange Lake Resorts at Infinity Park

    Tavistock Development Company is putting plans into action at its undeveloped 200-acre Infinity Park property along S. John Young Parkway, signing a built-to-suit lease with Orange Lake Resorts to create a new corporate campus that will house some 2,100 employees in two office buildings totaling...

  • Turkish developer planning 150-acre resort in Kissimmee with horizontal hotel

    Turkish developer planning 150-acre resort in Kissimmee with horizontal hotel

    International real estate investment firm GAOK Invest wants to convert a Kissimmee petting farm near the new Poinciana SunRail station into a luxury resort. The company has hired planning firm Rj Whidden & Associates and applied with Osceola County to rezone 150 acres on Poinciana Boulevard to...

  • Clermont boat dealership plans move and expansion w/new building

    Clermont boat dealership plans move and expansion w/new building

    Tommy’s Florida, part of a national chain of boat dealerships, has filed plans to build a new two-story, 14,000 square-foot sales and service building in Clermont to replace its current leased facility nearby. Located on the south side S.R. 50 just east of a U-Haul rental business, a Development...

  • Michaelson spends $28.6M for two Orlando MF assets, four more in pipeline

    Michaelson spends $28.6M for two Orlando MF assets, four more in pipeline

    Jacksonville-based multifamily owner-operator Michaelson Real Estate Group spent a combined $28.6 million in the past two weeks on two new Orlando assets, and has another four local properties under contract, the company's chairman and CEO told GrowthSpotter.  A Michaelson affiliate paid roughly...

  • Local developer sells Windermere home for $3.5M to medical clinic chain owner

    Local developer sells Windermere home for $3.5M to medical clinic chain owner

    An Orlando businessman who owns a chain of wellness and pain clinics paid $3.5 million on Monday for an estate home in Windermere's Waterstone community fronting Lake Butler.  Located on a 2.52-acre lot in the 11000 block of Waterstone Loop Drive, the 7,213-square-foot, two-story home built in...

  • Hanover Capital Partners launching new homebuilding division

    Hanover Capital Partners launching new homebuilding division

    With its litigation over Hanover Lakes in Osceola County now resolved, Hanover Capital Partners executives told GrowthSpotter the 543-home boating community will be a key component in the launch of the company's new homebuilding division: Hanover Family Builders. "We're happy to put it in the past...

  • Investors sign fuel station chain for lot south of Artegon w/I-Drive frontage

    Investors sign fuel station chain for lot south of Artegon w/I-Drive frontage

    Owners of three undeveloped lots directly south of Artegon Marketplace with N. International Drive frontage have 7-Eleven under contract for a land lease, while their first leasee Pollo Tropical could open next week.   The owner, KMB I-Drive Investors LLC, paid $3.8 million for the 4.14 acres in...

  • Osceola County settles lawsuit with developer over Hanover Lakes project

    Osceola County settles lawsuit with developer over Hanover Lakes project

    Osceola County Commissioners this week unanimously approved a settlement with the developer of Hanover Lakes that allows the 543-home boating community on Alligator Lake to proceed without delay. The vote came Monday, less than two months after the principals of Hanover Capital Partners sued the...

  • Tavistock plans new mixed-use district in Lake Nona, led by medical office project

    Tavistock plans new mixed-use district in Lake Nona, led by medical office project

    Tavistock Development Company is in early-stage planning for a new mixed-use district in Lake Nona that could cover about 270 acres east of Lake Nona Town Center, with a web of interconnected streets that would guide urban-style development, according to private concept plans obtained by GrowthSpotter. ...

  • Kolter Homes pursues 580-lot active adult community in SE Lake County

    Kolter Homes pursues 580-lot active adult community in SE Lake County

    West Palm Beach-based Kolter Homes is seeking permits for a 580-home “active adult community” within its larger 987-acre Serenoa residential development in southeast Lake County. Under its affiliate VK Avalon Groves LLC, Kolter has county and state approval for a total 1,600 units in what was formerly...

  • Realty Income pays $4.9M for NNN-leased big box retail site near Florida Mall

    Realty Income pays $4.9M for NNN-leased big box retail site near Florida Mall

    An affiliate of San Diego-based Realty Income paid just under $4.9 million on June 27 for a NNN-leased big box retail property northeast of the Florida Mall, its second local acquisition in the past two weeks.  Located at 795 W. Sand Lake Road, the 3.08-acre property was developed in 2006 with...

  • K. Hovnanian buys more lots in St. Cloud's Narcoossee Road subdivision

    K. Hovnanian buys more lots in St. Cloud's Narcoossee Road subdivision

    Luxury homebuilder K. Hovnanian paid $3.86 million last week for its second major takedown of finished lots in the Preserve at Turtle Creek.  The New Jersey-based builder had previously acquired 40 lots from developer David Shapiro in the community's Phase 2. The recent acquisition comprises 68...

  • Seefried pays $26.9M for Amazon project land in Lake Nona, site work starts

    Seefried pays $26.9M for Amazon project land in Lake Nona, site work starts

    Atlanta-based developer Seefried Industrial Properties paid $26.9 million on Friday for 130.6 acres south of Orlando International Airport, where site and infrastructure work is underway to build a new Amazon fulfillment center that will be Orlando's tallest and largest warehouse.  Amazon.com,...

  • Fast Park & Relax plans covered parking expansion north of OIA

    Fast Park & Relax plans covered parking expansion north of OIA

    Orlando Fast Park & Relax is preparing to expand its parking business footprint north of Orlando International Airport by more than 40 percent.  The company currently leases a 20.48-acre parcel at 7859 N. Frontage Road (McCoy Road), which holds 1,983 covered parking spots. It wants to add a neighboring...

  • Winter Haven's Strang family to open new wedding venue on Lake Alfred estate

    Winter Haven's Strang family to open new wedding venue on Lake Alfred estate

    A prominent Winter Haven family is opening a new wedding venue and event space in their grandparents' historic Georgian-style mansion on Lake Alfred.  The owners are four siblings -- heirs of the late Carl Strang, Jr., a former mayor of Winter Haven, bank president and founder of the Six/Ten Company...

  • South Florida hotel investors pay $6.5M for Best Western Orlando East

    South Florida hotel investors pay $6.5M for Best Western Orlando East

    A family of South Florida hotel investors paid $6.5 million last week for their first asset in Greater Orlando, buying the Best Western Orlando East Inn & Suites.  Located at 8750 E. Colonial Dr., near the intersection with S.R. 417 in east Orange County, the 4.24-acre property features a 118-key...

  • LIFT Orlando starts commercial land assemblage east of Camping World Stadium

    LIFT Orlando starts commercial land assemblage east of Camping World Stadium

    LIFT Orlando has started building an assemblage of commercial properties in the past week east of Camping World Stadium for future redevelopment. The non-profit organization says plans for the land are undetermined, but multiple sellers were told of a prospective parking garage.  Initial properties...

  • Developer preps new light industrial bldgs in Rand Yard Commerce Center

    Developer preps new light industrial bldgs in Rand Yard Commerce Center

    Ocala-based DL Fox Properties LP has a 24,500-square-foot building under construction in Sanford’s Rand Yard Commerce Center, and two more on the way later this year. A spokesman for president Dan Fox said the company started erecting steel this week for the building in Rand Yard West, the western...

  • Site work starts & retailers named for mixed-use on N. I-Drive, hotel talks active

    Site work starts & retailers named for mixed-use on N. I-Drive, hotel talks active

    Cincinnati-based North American Properties has broken ground on its 16.5-acre mixed-use project on the northern end of International Drive, has a new fourth tenant under contract for its initial retail mix, and is negotiating a contract for the project's first hotel, a partner with the company...

  • Praedium pays $49.5M for new Ocoee apts, seller's adjacent retail project on hold

    Praedium pays $49.5M for new Ocoee apts, seller's adjacent retail project on hold

    New York-based real estate investors The Praedium Group paid $49.55 million on Friday for the 242-unit Park Place at Maguire apartments in Ocoee, its fourth multifamily asset in Greater Orlando and second purchase in the past year.  Located at 1750 Maguire Road northeast of the intersection with...

  • New subdivision planned on former St. Cloud Airfield property

    New subdivision planned on former St. Cloud Airfield property

    The City of St. Cloud has annexed a former private airfield and approved a PUD zoning for a 355-home subdivision there. Winter Garden developer Mark Maciel has filed a Preliminary Subdivision Plan for the 143-acre parcel on Michigan Avenue, just south of St. Cloud High School. The PSP goes to City...

  • Developer has assisted living facility site ready in Casselberry, seeks end-user

    Developer has assisted living facility site ready in Casselberry, seeks end-user

    Developer Bill Parramore has been working since 2014 on getting Casselberry government approvals for his Breezeway at Lake Marie assisted living home project. Now the site is ready to go, and all he needs is an owner-operator. “I’ve had a lot of interest but nobody’s come forward with money to...

  • Lennar under contract for 30 acres next to ChampionsGate Country Club

    Lennar under contract for 30 acres next to ChampionsGate Country Club

    Lennar Homes has a purchase contract for 30 acres in the Four Corners area that would give its next phase of ChampionsGate Country Club direct access to the future Westside Boulevard extension. The contract, signed in early May, was filed with the South Florida Water Management District this week...

  • Lucky's Market plans new Winter Park site, sells land under east Orlando store

    Lucky's Market plans new Winter Park site, sells land under east Orlando store

    Lucky's Market is planning to take a former Winn-Dixie anchor space in Winter Park for its third store in Greater Orlando, and sold the land under its east Orlando store on Friday to net a $3 million profit on the site.  The new Winter Park store will occupy more than 52,000 square feet at the...

  • Park Square Homes changing course on Veranda Palms resort development

    Park Square Homes changing course on Veranda Palms resort development

    Following through with a strategic phaseout of its vacation home business, Park Square Homes is looking to split off the undeveloped phases in its Veranda Palms resort in Osceola County, and launch them as a primary residential neighborhood. Park Square won approval in 2013 for the Short Term Rental...

  • Seefried expected to pay Tavistock near $26M for Amazon project land

    Seefried expected to pay Tavistock near $26M for Amazon project land

    Atlanta-based developer Seefried Industrial Properties is expected to pay more than $280,000 per net usable acre this week for 130.6 acres under contract south of Orlando International Airport, where plans are established for a new Amazon fulfillment center that would be Orlando's tallest and largest...

  • Head of local realty services firm buys historic Morse home in Winter Park

    Head of local realty services firm buys historic Morse home in Winter Park

    The lead executive of a local full-service commercial real estate firm and his wife paid $1.95 million on Friday for one of the oldest homes in Winter Park.  Located on Alexander Place on a cul de sac overlooking Lake Osceola and within walking distance to Park Avenue, the 0.3-acre parcel features...

  • Bahrain-based private investment group buys student housing near UCF

    Bahrain-based private investment group buys student housing near UCF

    Investcorp, a private global investment company headquartered in the Persian Gulf nation of Bahrain, paid $42.27 million last week for a 228-unit student housing complex near the University of Central Florida. The company purchased the former Village at Alafaya Club last Thursday, according to...

  • Perkins+Will to present NeoCity master plan to Osceola commissioners

    Perkins+Will to present NeoCity master plan to Osceola commissioners

    After 18 months and study and refinement, Perkins+Will  is set to present the NeoCity master plan to Osceola County Commissioners on July 10.  The 186-page document presents a vision for the nearly 500-acre technology district that is full of color, economic vitality and public activity. It sets...

  • Action Church pays $1.17M for former private school property in Sanford

    Action Church pays $1.17M for former private school property in Sanford

    Action Church paid for $1.17 million earlier this month for its third church site in Seminole County, buying the former City Church Academy in Sanford.  The former private church school at 650 E. Airport Blvd. will give Action Church will be the first property owned by the church, which until now...

  • IAAPA pays $3M for Darden land near tourism corridor for new HQ site

    IAAPA pays $3M for Darden land near tourism corridor for new HQ site

    The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) paid $3 million on Friday for roughly 7 acres next to Darden Restaurants' corporate headquarters, where it plans to build a new headquarters office east of Orlando's tourism corridor.  Located in roughly the 4100 block of...

  • Grace Medical buys office bldg in Downtown Orlando, CPA firm to move

    Grace Medical buys office bldg in Downtown Orlando, CPA firm to move

    An affiliate of local non-profit Grace Medical Home paid $2.815 million on Thursday for a new standalone headquarters office east of Downtown Orlando, while departing owner and tenant WithumSmith+Brown is planning a move to new office space in the Central Business District.  Located at 1417 E....

  • Starlight U.S. Multifamily pays $63M for Dr. Phillips-area apt complex

    Starlight U.S. Multifamily pays $63M for Dr. Phillips-area apt complex

    Affiliates of Toronto-based real estate investment firm Starlight U.S. Multifamily paid $63 million on Thursday for its fourth asset in the Greater Orlando market, buying the 315-unit Altis Sand Lake apartments in Dr. Phillips. Located at 7118 Altis Way near Dr. Phillips, the Class A community...

  • Morningstar plans 100,000 SF self-storage facility near Tupperware campus

    Morningstar plans 100,000 SF self-storage facility near Tupperware campus

    Morningstar Properties paid $1.5 million this week for a new self-storage site in Osceola County's The Loop submarket. Morningstar is a vertically integrated developer and manager of self-storage facilities, operating under its own brand: Morningstar Storage. Currently the company manages a network...

  • Kimley-Horn to grow local office w/move to Downtown Orlando tower

    Kimley-Horn to grow local office w/move to Downtown Orlando tower

    One of the area's top providers of engineering, environmental and planning services, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., is choosing Downtown Orlando for its future expansion, signing a deal last week to move its local office to The Plaza Tower complex on S. Orange Avenue.  "This is a great way to...

  • Real estate agent sells Keene's Pointe home for $1.38M to local manufacturing CEO

    Real estate agent sells Keene's Pointe home for $1.38M to local manufacturing CEO

    The CEO of an Orlando-based concrete products manufacturer paid $1.38 million this week for the Keene’s Pointe home of a local real estate broker. Matthew Ledlow, chief executive at Lambert Corporation of Florida, and his wife Tera purchased the 5,511-square-foot home on Lake Burden View Drive...

  • Tavistock gives name, start date & Tesla cars to new Lake Nona apt bldg

    Tavistock gives name, start date & Tesla cars to new Lake Nona apt bldg

    Tavistock Development Company has given a new name and construction start date to its planned 11-story mixed-use building in Lake Nona, which will feature Greater Orlando's first offering of urban micro-apartments and a host of innovative new amenities.  First reported here in early October 2016...

  • St. Cloud envisions revitalized downtown and lakefront with master plan update

    St. Cloud envisions revitalized downtown and lakefront with master plan update

    St. Cloud leaders want to catch a bit of the magic that has brought about a downtown resurgence in places like Sanford and Winter Garden, hiring the GAI Consultants team that helped spark a revitalization of those communities and are now well into a city-wide master planning process they're calling...

  • Golden Gate Capital pays $5.5M for 2nd Red Lobster-leased site on I-Drive

    Golden Gate Capital pays $5.5M for 2nd Red Lobster-leased site on I-Drive

    An affiliate of San Francisco-based private equity firm Golden Gate Capital paid more than $5.54 million on Monday for its second Red Lobster property in Orlando's tourism corridor.  The buyer was BER Real Estate Investments IV, LLC, which is registered at the main office of Bob Evans Restaurants...

  • New renderings update plan for mixed-use apartment bldg in Downtown Orlando

    New renderings update plan for mixed-use apartment bldg in Downtown Orlando

    New renderings and documentation filed with the city of Orlando offer a clearer view of what Illinois-based multifamily developer Banner Real Estate Group is planning for an 11- to 13-story mixed-use tower in Downtown Orlando.  An initial filing in mid-April set the stage for Banner's desired entry...

  • Brasfield & Gorrie w/Lamm picked for CMAR on new Winter Park library

    Brasfield & Gorrie w/Lamm picked for CMAR on new Winter Park library

    Brasfield & Gorrie with Lamm & Company Partners were chosen on Wednesday by Winter Park city staff as the recommended Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) of a new $21 million public library and civic center project at Martin Luther King Jr. Park. A selection committee shortlisted three finalists...

  • St. Cloud Regional Medical Center planning Emergency Department expansion

    St. Cloud Regional Medical Center planning Emergency Department expansion

    St. Cloud Regional Medical Center is now the third major hospital in Osceola County to embark on a major expansion this year. The hospital filed a Site Development Plan (SDP) with the city of St. Cloud and went before the Development Review Committee last week for a plan to expand and renovate...

  • DeMartino hired to lead new Coastal Construction office in Orlando

    DeMartino hired to lead new Coastal Construction office in Orlando

    Miami-based general contractor Coastal Construction Group is expanding into Central Florida with a new office in Orlando, and has hired ex-Balfour Beatty executive Sean DeMartino as president of its new Central and North Florida division. DeMartino has more than 30 years experience as a construction...

  • Meritage ready to move on 2nd phase of Oakmont Reserve in Longwood

    Meritage ready to move on 2nd phase of Oakmont Reserve in Longwood

    Meritage Homes recently paid $2.54 million for 11-plus acres in Longwood, and will start site work in the next few months on the second phase of upscale Oakmont Reserve. The national homebuilder bought the land June 8 from HRD Longwood LLC, a company affiliated with Harney Land & Cattle Co. of...

  • DCT Industrial files plan for 7th warehouse at ADC North on Conway Road

    DCT Industrial files plan for 7th warehouse at ADC North on Conway Road

    Denver-based DCT Industrial Trust has filed plans for a seventh light industrial building at its Airport Distribution Center North warehouse park on S. Conway Road, while still in lease-up on its fourth building and permitting ahead for a fifth and sixth.  Located on the southeast quadrant of Conway...

  • D.R. Horton buys proposed 95-lot subdivision on Boggy Creek Road

    D.R. Horton buys proposed 95-lot subdivision on Boggy Creek Road

    Homebuilder D.R. Horton paid $2.7 million last week for a 19-acre assemblage on Boggy Creek Road just south of the Orange County line. GrowthSpotter reported in January that Floriday Properties had contracts to buy the 5 parcels, which lie just south of the Orlando International Airport's Poitras...

  • Orlando-area medical offices sold as part of $2.75B Duke Realty - HTA deal

    Orlando-area medical offices sold as part of $2.75B Duke Realty - HTA deal

    A trio of medical office buildings across Orange and Osceola counties sold in recent days for a combined $94 million as part of Healthcare Trust of America's acquisition of the entire Duke Realty MOB portfolio. The Arizona-based, publicly-traded REIT announced the $2.75 billion deal in early May....

  • Self storage, fuel station & more start to line up for 65 acres on Turkey Lake Road

    Self storage, fuel station & more start to line up for 65 acres on Turkey Lake Road

    Developer Randall F. Greene has more than half of his affiliate's 65 acres on Turkey Lake Road in the tourist corridor under contract or close to it for lakefront apartments, a national self-storage operator and fuel station, with retail, hotel and medical office in play for the rest.  Located...

  • Co-living developer Ollie eyes Greater Orlando area for new projects

    Co-living developer Ollie eyes Greater Orlando area for new projects

    Executives at Ollie, the New York-based developer that is a leader in the emerging “co-living” apartment market, say there’s a good chance they will build a project in the Greater Orlando area. Andrew Levin, Ollie’s director of real estate partnerships, said Orlando presses all the right buttons...

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