10 Sep 2014

Austin Stahley of Lincoln Property Company Southeast Brokers Florida Leases Totaling Over 50,000 Square Feet

Austin Stahley, director of leasing in Lincoln Property Company Southeast’s (Lincoln) Orlando office, has brokered commercial leases in Florida totaling 51,101 square feet over the summer and spring. He represented the landlord in all of the transactions. In August, he brokered three office leases at Baldwin Park II in Orlando, transactions that bring the property’s… Read more »

Link in to Lincoln: June Update on the South

One sign of a strengthening economy is new commercial development, and if a recent Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta survey is any indication, construction cranes could soon be dotting Southern landscapes. In the Atlanta Fed’s first-quarter inquiry of those involved in non-residential construction in the Southeast, 41 percent of the respondents said construction activity was… Read more »

Link in to Lincoln: May Update on the South

The South’s manufacturing sector continued its surge in April, as indicated by a key economic measurement reaching a two-year high. The monthly Southeast Purchasing Managers Index (PMI), which evaluates the strength of the manufacturing industry in the area covering Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee, came in at 63.2 last month. (A score above… Read more »

27 May 2014

Lincoln Brokers Leases Totaling 23,536 Square Feet at SunTech Commerce Park in Metro Orlando in Recent Months

Lincoln Property Company Southeast (Lincoln) has brokered leases totaling 23,536 square feet at SunTech Commerce Park, a campus-style office park in Lake Mary, Florida, in recent months. Sean DuPree and Austin Stahley of Lincoln represented the landlord in the transactions. The details of the deals signed in May are below: • Extreme Youth Sports signed… Read more »

Link in to Lincoln: April Update on the South

Improving real estate fundamentals, increased manufacturing activity and a better employment situation: those are some of the positive characteristics of the South’s economy in recent months. In March, Georgia’s unemployment rate declined for the ninth month in a row, dropping to 7.0 percent, its lowest point since September 2008. Florida’s rate inched up ever so… Read more »

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