Tuesday, August 16, 2016

NAI Realvest Negotiates Three Sales Totaling Over $1.59 Million for Office and Retail Properties in Central Florida

Jason Toll
ORLANDO, FL -- NAI Realvest recently negotiated sales of three buildings with office, retail and office/retail space totaling $1,590,000.

Jason G. Toll, director of industrial services at NAI Realvest, represented Sanford-based Semoran Property Partners, LLC in the $750.000 sale of 555 Dog Track Rd. in Longwood.  

Built in 1990, the 9,850 square foot flex building on 1.3 acres with visibility from US Hwy. 17-92, was purchased by Longwood-based Konforte, LLC represented by McNulty Group.

NAI Realvest Principals Kevin O’Connor and Matt Cichocki represented Oklahoma City-based National Loan Investors, L.P. in the sale of the two-story 5,300 square foot office/retail building at 3765 N. John Young Parkway, north of Silver Star Rd. 

 The buyer, ChiTac Investment Holdings, LLC of Windermere, paid $495,000 for the building which was used as a radio broadcasting station, equipped with lobby, studios, offices and conference rooms.  Eva Lai of Sunshine Realty & Property Management represented the buyer.

In downtown Orlando, Jeff Bloom, CCIM, vice president at NAI Realvest, negotiated the sale of an historic office building for $345,000 representing the sellers Ray and Rebecca Barber of Sylva, N.C.   The two-story office building at 224 Annie St. has 2,417 square feet.  The local buyer, Riance, LLC was represented by Javier Rodriquez of Ferdinandsen Enterprises, Inc.

For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:

Larry Vershel or Beth Payan, Larry Vershel Communications Inc. 407-644-4142 Lvershelco@aol.com

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