Commercial real estate investors and developers are hankering to be near Orlando International Airport as brokers predict OIA will be the number one busiest airport in the next 10 years.
The land sat undeveloped for more than 20 years, but is now slated for up to a million square feet of new industrial space.
Lincoln Property Company just picked up a roughly 400,000-square-foot office park in south Orange County with short-term lease deals in place with the remaining tenants.
The new owner bought the old citrus packing plant with the intention of restoring its architecture and bringing in new tenants that specialize in art and artisan food concepts.
Beltway Commerce Center developer begins planning retail/commercial portion, snags county tax collector’s office
The new Lee Vista Tax Collector's office will triple the number of work stations, cutting wait times dramatically.
The buyer plans to build a new 49,000-square-foot car dealership across from the new city park in The Packing District.
The buyer is America’s largest Hispanic-owned food company. Plans call for more than 654,500 square feet of industrial space.
The buyer has been purchasing shopping centers in the Greater Orlando area for the past three or four years, but decided to diversify about a year ago.
Find out how much a recently completed 160,000-square-foot warehouse that sits directly across from the Orlando International Airport sold for.
The $2.85 million deal for the warehouse west of Orlando International Airpot is part of a sale-leaseback deal. Find out who bought the property here.
Creative Images by Venture Circle International, a Winter Park-based mirror assembly and distribution firm, plans to move its entire operation to a recently
See who's looking to build a high-cube distribution warehouse in south Orlando and how they already have a presence in the market.
See the details of a foreign-based company whose decades-long focus on sustainable operations will soon have a Metro Orlando presence.
See the reasons why Central Florida's industrial reach might soon be expanding beyond the St. Johns River, and who some key players are.
Find out how flexibility and a lengthy wait paid off for a developer whose plans have similarities to a long-term project he is wrapping up.