4A — September 15 - 28, 2017 — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


M id A tlantic R eal E state J ournal Cite Partners represents the lessor

Denholtz Assoc. inks leases with three companies at University Corporate Ctr. in Winter Park, FL W inter Park, FL — Denholtz Asso- ciates , a privately transactions. Cite also repre- sented TradeStar, Inc. in their negotiations. JourneyPure was represented by David Brenner of C. Brenner, Inc. and Jorge Matos of Keller Williams Realty represented Yotta Sky Group, Inc. n

held, fully integrated real estate development, invest- ment and management com- pany, announced office leases with JourneyPure Orlando for 3,264 s/f, TradeStar, Inc. for 2,557 s/f and Yotta Sky Group for 2,550 s/f at 6903- 7129 University Blvd. in the University Corporate Center in Winter Park. The leasing team of Jamie Barati, John Worrell and Katherine Zelman of Cite Partners represented Den- holtz Associates in each of the

MD’s Knott Realty Group acquires 27 acres of land in Fort Myers, Florida

continued from page 2A Minimizing the Effects of Internal Politics on . . . and 1 mouth, it is best to listen twice as hard to someone else’s point of view before speaking. Surprisingly, making the effort to understand someone else’s point of view is a rare trait. By doing this, it helps to set the stage for open communications to arrive at a resolution without escalating to a “he said, she said” provocation. Think Win-Win – Political conflicts happen because of op- posing interests. If the business objective and vision is put first; the Facility Manager can help expedite a Win-Win situation on a project. While it is not always easy dealing with internal politics on a facility planning project, the Facility Manager is in a unique position to help the company put their best foot forward. This includes conceiving, planning and implementing the best workplace strategy that works for the company and how to work with everyone within the organization for a unified outcome. Caroline Shelly is at prin- cipal at HF Planners n Knott Realty Group will ini- tially construct a single-story, 200,000 s/f class A distribu- tion/manufacturing building equipped with 32’ ceiling heights, multiple drive-in and loading dock doors with a truck court depth of approxi- mately 130 feet and parking accommodations for more than 350 vehicles. The build- ing, which will be constructed with reinforced concrete to handle heavy loads, is expect- ed to be delivered in summer 2018. n lative buildings suitable for distribution, manufacturing or warehousing applications, totaling nearly 350,000 s/f of space. Site work is expected to begin immediately on the first of these two projects. Knott Realty Group purchased the site from Meridian Airport Park, LLC with the sales prices undisclosed.

Fort Myers, FL — Knott Realty Group , a full- service commercial real estate development company head- quartered in Baltimore, MD, has announced the acquisi- tion of twenty-seven acres of land adjacent to Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers. The company plans to construct two specu-

University Corporate Center


65 years

Leaders in real estate development, structured investment strategies, and asset management for

Made with FlippingBook flipbook maker