15 Dec 2011

Lincoln Wins Leasing Assignment in ChampionsGate Community in Orlando

Lincoln Property Company Southeast scored a new leasing assignment in Orlando’s prestigious ChampionsGate mixed-use development overlooking ChampionsGate Golf Course. The three-story, Class A office building is within walking distance of the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate, as well as nearby restaurants and Publix Grocery Store.  There are move-in ready spaces ranging from 1,700 square feet… Read more »

14 Dec 2011

Lincoln Arranges Sale of Former OUC Headquarters

Lincoln Property Company has successfully brokered the sale of the former Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) headquarters in downtown Orlando. In a deal that officially closed Nov. 30, GDC Properties, LLC purchased the eight-story property for $2.8 million with plans to convert the 44-year-old building into a loft style hotel. Lincoln Property Company, exclusively representing the… Read more »

01 Dec 2011

Lincoln Hires Vice President of Property Management in Atlanta

Lincoln Property Company Southeast has hired Shane Froman as Vice President of Management Services – a move that preceded its award of  an assignment to manage more than 3 million square feet of office space in Atlanta’s suburbs. With more than 10 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, Froman has a background… Read more »

29 Nov 2011

LPC Southeast Wins Huge Leasing and Management Contract in Atlanta Suburbs

Lincoln Property Company Southeast is adding millions of square feet to its Atlanta portfolio. Lincoln Property Company Southeast won contracts to manage 3.3 million square feet and lease 1.9 million square feet  in Atlanta’s suburbs. The management assignment covers buildings in Atlanta’s North Fulton and Northeast submarkets, and the leasing assignment is for buildings in… Read more »

21 Nov 2011

Link in to Lincoln – Update on Atlanta & Orlando

Overall, the Southeast’s economy is picking up steam and is poised for above-average growth long-term, compared to the rest of the country. Of course, as Orlando and Atlanta demonstrate, each market has its own story to tell. Despite recently hitting a lull, metro Orlando’s economy will recover more quickly than the national economy in both… Read more »

27 Oct 2011

Lincoln Secures Three Leases at 215 Celebration

ORLANDO, Fla. (Oct. 27, 2011) – In the last 30 days, Lincoln Property Company Southeast has secured three new leases totaling 13,408 square feet at 215 Celebration Place. Lincoln’s Jay Dixon and Scott Gregory represented the landlord in all three transactions. JD Teck, a company dedicated to providing solutions for cellular reception problems, signed a… Read more »

24 Oct 2011

Lincoln Leases Orlando Office Building to Capacity

ORLANDO, Fla. (Oct. 24, 2011) – Lincoln Property Company Vice President Jay Dixon recently secured two leases at Baldwin Park Building III, bringing the building to 100-percent leased. IMG Worldwide, a global sports, fashion and media business signed a six-year lease in the building for 2,367 square feet. Jamie Barati and Todd Davis with Colliers… Read more »

11 Oct 2011

Lincoln Instrumental in the Marketing of Former OUC Headquarters

Lincoln Property Company’s Joe Rossi has placed the former Orlando Utilities Commission headquarters in downtown Orlando under contract to a developer/investor. The prospective buyers of the 110,000-square-foot building, which was on the market for nearly three years, plan to transform it into a boutique hotel. The high-profile deal has been featured in the Orlando Business… Read more »

05 Oct 2011

Lincoln Appointed Receiver for 245 Perimeter Center

Last week, Lincoln Southeast, LLC, a subsidiary of Lincoln Property Company, was appointed receiver for 245 Perimeter Center.  The approximately 250,000-square-foot building is currently vacant and the lender has scheduled plans to foreclose on the property in the first week of November. Located in the Central Perimeter submarket, the landmark office building was formerly home… Read more »

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