Published at: 2015-12-05 09:27 | Author: David Karch - CIJ Florida
Orlando’s economic prospects haven’t looked so positive in ages. Not only are Florida’s economic numbers improving from month to month along with job creation numbers, but even the real estate market is moving ahead. Speculative industrial projects are paying off, as can be seen with McCraney Property Development’s new 700,000 sq ft of space built at Bent Oa...
Orlando’s economic prospects haven’t looked so positive in ages. Not only are Florida’s economic numbers improving from month to month along with job creation numbers, but even the real estate market is moving ahead. Speculative industrial projects are paying off, as can be seen with McCraney Property Development’s new 700,000 sq ft of space built at Bent Oak Industrial Park. Tenants are expected to fill the space by this fall.

But is this translating into growth in the city’s office market?...

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