A former e-cigarette exec just secured the entire top floor of one of downtown Orlando’s more notable office developments.
According to a deed recorded in Orange County, businessman Adrian Everett paid $2.7 million for the office penthouse suite within the 21-story Plaza South Tower at 189 S. Orange Avenue.
Everett is the former CEO of E-Lites, an e-cigarette company he launched in the United Kingdom in 2009 and later sold to Japanese Tobacco International in 2014. Today, the brand is known as Logic Vapes.
Ben Becton with Keller Williams Realty of Lakeland represented the buyer. He told GrowthSpotter his client is planning to remodel the penthouse office suite, in anticipation of announcing a new operation at the site sometime later this year.
The office-condo consists of 10,891 square feet of air-conditioned office space and a 10,000-square-foot wrap-around rooftop terrace.
Features include more than 16 private offices, floor-to-ceiling windows, a private elevator lobby and a private patio with glass railings and all-around views of downtown Orlando.