The recently completed Beulah Commerce Center in Winter Garden just signed on four new tenants, bringing the 96,000-square-foot development to 100 percent occupancy.
Inking the largest lease was the Sherwin-Williams Company, which will take up a 10,800-square-foot space in the development. The Cleveland-based paint company was represented by Dianne Grant of Keller Williams. The site will be home to one of its new distribution locations.
Other leases include Risse Brothers School Uniforms, represented by Lee Zerivitz of City Commercial; Dorym Marble and Granite, which was represented by Victor Berriel of Engel & Vokers Florida Residential; and Reed C&M LLC, a local construction firm represented by Michael Etchison of Millenia Partners.
The NAI Realvest team, consisting of Michael Heidrich, Kevin O’Connor and Matt Cichocki, negotiated the transactions on behalf of the landlord Beulah Commerce Center, LLC, which is an entity led by Terry J. Wiler.
Completed in August, the Beulah Commerce Center is made up of three buildings on the northeast corner of Beulah and Stagg Roads
Shortly after breaking ground, the NAI Realvest team had leased more than half of Beulah Commerce Center to Greensboro, N.C.-based Prevost Car (US) Inc., for a celebrity bus service center.