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MarketQwest Orlando – Week of August 6th

Posted by Karen Hamann on August 6, 2018
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LandQwest Commercial presents the latest Commercial Real Estate news across greater Central Florida for the week of August 6th, 2018.


AEW Capital Acquires Orlando Shopping Mall from Sterling for $72.75M

Sterling Organization, a vertically integrated private equity real estate investment firm, has announced the sale of Center of Winter Park in Winter Park (Orlando), FL, for $72.75 million.
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GTIS Partners and Cortland Partners Form Join Venture

In aggregate, the JV portfolio comprises more than 900 rental units in recently-constructed Class A garden-style multifamily communities. Both are in high-growth markets offering direct access to local employment centers.
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Jinya Ramen Bar Set to Open Next Week in Downtown Orlando

Ramen chain Jinya plans to open its first Central Florida location next week in downtown Orlando.
Read the Full Orlando Sentinel Article Here

PDQ eyeing more Central Florida locations by early 2019 (photos)

After opening its first location in Central Florida three years ago, a fast-casual chicken restaurant is coming back to the region to roost. People Delivering Quality, also known as PDQ, is set to open an additional three locations in the region by early 2019. These new locations will be In Winter Park, Altamonte Springs, and the University of Central Florida Waterford Lakes area, according to PDQ’s Vice President of Media & Public Relations, Jeffrey Kamis. Each new location will be approximately 2,900 square feet and create 65-70 new jobs, Kamis said.
Read the Full Orlando Business Journal Article Here

eyebobs® Sets Grand Opening for August 25th at the Florida Mall

eyebobs®, eyewear for the irreverent and slightly jaded, is on track to smash through the traditional eyewear retail model with the grand opening of its newest brick and mortar location in Orlando, Florida.
Read the Full Fox 29 Article Here

Orlando Office Construction Built to Suit More Often Than Most of Florida, Report Finds

Metro Orlando is building more office space to suit businesses than any other region in the state, according to commercial real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield.
Read the Full Orlando Sentinel Article Here

Orlando International Airport Keeps Up with the Pace of Change in Tourism

Nowhere is that more noticeable than at Orlando International Airport, which sees the trends unfold with every wave of passengers coming through. Orlando International welcomed 45.5 million passengers in 2017, making it the busiest airport in Florida, said Carolyn Fennell, senior director of public affairs and community relations. It has traditionally swapped that title back and forth with Miami International, which logged in about 44.6 million last year. By comparison, Tampa International counted about 19.6 million.
Read the Full I-4 Business Article Here