UPDATED: APRIL 27, 2016 2:42 PM — An affiliate of Los Angeles-based Colony Capital paid $55.65 million on Tuesday for a four-building portfolio in Crownpointe Commerce Park near the tourism corridor.
Invesco's affiliate previously paid a combined $40.76 million for the four buildings in separate deals between July 2003 and September 2006.
C&W did not respond to requests for comment on the sale.
GrowthSpotter reported on April 11 that Amazon recently leased 100,000 square feet in the Crownpointe II building, with permit activity indicating future use as a fulfillment center.
The four industrial buildings feature ceiling heights of between 24 and 30 feet, between 37 and 73 loading docks each, and a total of 669,247 square feet of rentable building area, according to Costar.com.
Colony Capital is best known locally for its role as seller in the largest land transaction in the history of Orlando's tourism market, when it drew $130 million last December for 474 acres near Universal Boulevard that were bought by a Universal Orlando affiliate.
-- Reporter Karen Talley contributed to this story