Tampa Office Awarded Half Million Square Foot Management Portfolio

Taylor & Mathis has been awarded the management assignment for a nine building suburban office portfolio in Tampa. The half million square foot portfolio includes five buildings comprising Sabal Business Center as well as Atrium, Registry One, Registry Two and Registry Square all of which are located in East Tampa off of I-75 at the MLK Jr Boulevard exit. The portfolio is owned by IP Capital Partners of Boca Raton.

Taylor & Mathis has tapped John Fiore to serve as property manager for the portfolio with Julio Ballester as the lead building engineer. The management team is led by Kent Walling – Central Florida Director of Operations.

Orlando Office Signs WastePro to 15,000 SF Renewal & Expansion

Damien Madsen, Principal of Taylor & Mathis Orlando has closed a 15,000 square foot lease with WastePro to nearly double the size of their headquarter offices at The Springs in Longwood, Florida. This transaction totals close to 15,000 square feet encompassing nearly the entire 2nd and 3rd floors of the building with WastePro renewing their lease inContinue Reading

8th Annual Waterford 5K November 7th!

COMCAST BUSINESS ANNOUNCED AS TITLE SPONSOR OF 8TH ANNUAL WATERFORD 5K AT BLUE LAGOON The Annual 3.1 Mile Run Will Benefit Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation Comcast Business in Florida is the new title sponsor of the 8th Annual Waterford 5K at Blue Lagoon: MEGA Glow Edition.  Committed to nearly a decade of health and wellness, theContinue Reading

Industrial Update CREW Luncheon

Our top dog in industrial is seeing lots of activity particularly from container companies, building products and even new to market tenants.

Taylor & Mathis Orlando Announces Building Sale in Downtown Orlando

Taylor & Mathis Orlando has completed a building sale in Downtown Orlando. Damien Madsen and Buffy Gillette representing the seller, The Central Florida Sports Commission, recently closed the sale of the 3,663 square foot professional office building at 126 E Lucerne Circle.  The property was sold to Northboro Builders for $470,000.  

Broward Team Secures 37,528 Square Feet in Leases at MetLife Properties

Taylor & Mathis of Florida’s Broward leasing team has executed six office leases totaling 37,528 square feet at three MetLife properties in the third quarter.  “Summer leasing activity has been unusually brisk this year; a sign of the improving economy,” according to T&M Director of Leasing Donna Korn. Donna Korn and Jennifer Gemma of TaylorContinue Reading

Suffolk Construction to Move to One Biscayne Tower

Taylor & Mathis of Florida has signed Suffolk Construction to a lease at Miami’s One Biscayne Tower.  Suffolk Construction is relocating from the airport submarket and expanding their offices into nearly 15,000 square feet downtown. “Suffolk is excited to expand into a larger and more collaborative space in Miami. Not only are the views phenomenal,Continue Reading

Orlando Office Announces Close to 9,000 Square Feet in Lease Transactions

              Damien Madsen and Darryl Hoffman recently completed close to 9,000 square feet of leases in Lake Mary and Maitland including a new lease totaling 4,914 square feet at Lake Mary at Tower I Primera for stand up MRI Firm and in Maitland a lease for a little overContinue Reading

Brian Gale Seeing More New to Market Tenants Today Than in Past 22 Years

Taylor & Mathis has executed four new leases at MetLife’s Wells Fargo Center in downtown Miami two of which were new to market tenants.  The 47-story tower will soon be home to Dentmall of Florida, Moto Capital, Berkadia Commercial Mortgage and La Prairie Group.  The firms have leased 13,402 square feet at the building.  EarlierContinue Reading

Successful Back to School Drive at Waterford

Waterford just concluded it’s back to school drive benefiting kids in distress for Kids In Distress. Gustavo Vargos, Building Engineer drove the supplies collected to KID. “Thank you SOOOO much for the very generous donation of school supplies! This is a tremendous help in preparing hundreds of children for their first day of school next Monday.” -MaggieContinue Reading