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The commercial real estate industry is booming and more office space is on the horizon for Downtown. When searching for new space in Orlando’s urban core, finding the right representation is key. That’s why so many businesses turn to expert Downtown Orlando real estate pros to help them navigate the process and land that primo new office location.

Brokers Who Know.

Downtown Orlando is home to many local and national commercial real estate firms ranging in size, scope and specialty. Avison Young, for example, is a privately held company out of Canada that has been offering a suite of services in the Orlando market since 2014. Then there’s publicly traded Colliers International that operates in 68 countries and whose local services include brokerage, property management, capital markets and more. Meanwhile Owens Realty Services, established in 1990, offers commercial tenants everything from brokerage and investment to maintenance and housekeeping services. On the local front, ACRE Commercial Real Estate is a full service commercial real estate company that is also female owned and operated. And new(ish) kid on the block, Jamison Commercial Partners recently established their own HQ in the Fairwinds Tower Downtown.

As for the owners of those big, beautiful skyscrapers… Highwoods Properties is a publicly traded REIT out of North Carolina that owns and leases Landmark One, Seaside Plaza, 300 North Orange and Eola Centre to name a few. And California based Southwest Value Partners is a privately held company that entered the Orlando market last year by scooping up more that one-million square feet of high rise office space (think BB&T tower, One Orlando Centre (Wells Fargo) and Bank of America Center).