Town home construction in Lake Mary
Ashton Woods Homes has opened two new town home models at Fountain Parke, located off Rinehart Road in Lake Mary. Michael Roche, vice president of sales and marketing at Ashton Woods Homes, said new three- and four-bedroom town homes at Fountain Parke range in size from 2,067 square feet of living space to 2,531 square feet with three and a half baths and two-car garages. Town homes at Fountain Parke are priced from $219,900.
Homes going up in Winter Springs
Meritage Homes is building 86 new single-family homes at Winter Springs Village priced from the $180s. The homebuilder opened a new four-bedroom model home at Winter Springs Village located on Tuskawilla Road and Alafaya Trail in March. The two-story Sinclair model home with 1,911 square feet also offers three baths along with a two-car garage.
Estates planned for Lake County
Lennar’s Central Florida Division, which ranked as the No. 1 home builder in both the Orlando and Tampa Bay markets in 2011, plans to build its Grande Estate homes at Red Tail Golf Club, the region’s premier private golf club community on State Road 46-A, 1.5 miles north of State Road 46 just west of Heathrow and Lake Mary in East Lake County.
Construction slated for $1.6 million home
Matt Trask, vice president of Dave Brewer Inc., said the luxury homebuilder will start construction of a two-story Mediterranean-style home in the Markham Woods area of Longwood. The 5,000-square-foot luxury home, valued at $1.6 million, will feature four bedrooms, four baths and a four-car garage on a one-acre home site in a gated neighborhood.
Cuhaci & Peterson Architects Engineers Planners, based in Baldwin Park, recently designed a 15,000-square-foot retail building Dikeou Realty is developing on State Road 436 in Altamonte Springs.
Emerson International reports it recently closed on three new long-term office lease agreements at Major Plaza in southwest Orlando and the Centerpointe II office building in Altamonte Springs that totaled more than 10,000 square feet of space.
Winston James Development, based in South Daytona Beach, recently negotiated two new long-term lease agreements that total 1,880 square feet of commercial space at Aloma Business Center, located on Aloma Avenue in Winter Park. Lease agreements include Beat the Heat, a window-tenting company and Jess Less, LLC, a computer technology company headquartered in Virginia.
Crowne Atlantic Properties, LLC negotiated a new lease agreement for 2,670 square feet in the Maitland Professional Village, at 620 N. Wymore Road, in Maitland. The tenant is an international travel company.
Meritage Homes, which builds homes in two Florida markets, has appointed Clint Szubinski as president of the Orlando and Tampa Divisions.
Commercial real estate industry veterans Enon S. Winkler and Nicholas E. Ledvora have teamed up and opened a Sperry Van Ness office at 703 Executive Drive in Winter Park.
The Home Builders Association of Metro Orlando recently named Scott Merritt as its new executive officer.
RLF, a nationally recognized architecture, engineering and interior design firm located in Orlando, recently appointed Ward DuPree, AIA, LEED AP, to senior vice president.
Sandals Realty in Longwood is proud to welcome its newest agent, Gloria Chang. Gloria is a 25-year veteran of the Central Florida real estate market.
Linnette Sanzalone, a trusted real estate advisor with Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty, has been awarded the Internet Marketing Specialist designation for her proficiency in using Internet marketing strategies to help customers market their properties throughout the Web.
SIKON Construction Company, LLC, Maitland and Deerfield Beach, was nationally featured in Construction Executive magazine (March 2012) in a two-page article titled “Scheduled to Succeed” showcasing the new Florida Keys Community College Student Housing Facility in Key West.
SIKON Construction also ranked seventh largest among Orlando Business Journal’s 2012 “Largest Construction Companies/General Contractors-National” survey published March 9. The company’s Central Florida office reported $69.5 million in local revenues amid company-wide revenues of $119 million.
The Mid-Florida Home Builders Foundation, the charitable arm of the Maitland-based Home Builders Association of Metro Orlando (HBA), recently donated $7,000 to Mollie E. Ray Elementary School, an Orange County Public School.