McKinley Further Expands its Dominant Central Florida Institutional Commercial Real Estate Workout PlatformApril 11, 2017
McKinley Institutional Commercial Real Estate Team is pleased to announce the takeover of Cortez Common, a 72,160 square center in Brooksville, Florida, a suburb of Tampa. This center is home to tenants such as Dick’s Sporting Goods and Five Below and is 100% occupied. This takeover, on behalf of a major institutional client, is McKinley’s 42nd Institutional Commercial Real Estate takeover in the state of Florida.
"Our team was able to react quickly and immediately step in to achieve our client’s objectives in this complex workout transaction," offered Jessica Furlong, Director of Operations for McKinley's Institutional Commercial Real Estate Team. "Our capabilities on the ground and our vast experience and resources in the Central Florida region further allowed us to move quickly and execute the takeover in record time," added Furlong.
McKinley has been actively investing and operating Multifamily, Office and Retail assets in the Central Florida Region since 1982. McKinley is a major employer in the region as an owner/operator of real estate throughout Tampa Bay, Hyde Park, South Tampa, South Pasadena, Gulfport, North Redington, Clearwater, Inverness, Brooksville, Orlando, Winter Springs, Winter Park, Daytona Beach and Gainesville. McKinley is committed to the well-being and future of the region and is proud of its over 450 Central Florida Team Members who execute amazingly every single day.