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Franklin Street Expands to Nashville with Top-Producing Multifamily Investment Sales Specialist
Franklin Street's Jonathan Hawks will help build Franklin Street’s first Nashville-based team as the firm continues to grow nationally
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Jacksonville Business Journal: Franklin Street Relocates to Bank of America Tower Downtown
Franklin Street is relocating from San Marco to the Bank of America Tower on the Downtown Northbank. Carrie Smith, SVP of Retail, shares benefits of the big move
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Franklin Street Adds Leading Self-Storage Team to National Investment Sales Platform
Franklin Street's Frank DeSalvo and David Perlleshi will leverage their expertise to provide comprehensive real estate solutions for self-storage investors nationwide
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Tampa Bay’s commercial real estate market

March 27, 2015

Retail center owners and alternative users have found common ground. Owners want tenants whose businesses don’t conflict with those of existing tenants, generate traffic for existing tenants and fill space. Charter schools and quick-care medical operations, orthopedic offices and other medical specialties, in which proximity to the patient matters more than proximity to a hospital, want locations near consumers. “It’s a great backfill use,” says Andrew Wright, CEO of commercial real estate firm Franklin Street

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ICSC Coverage: Retailers Modify Store Footprints in Preferred Markets

ATLANTA — If attendance at the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Southeast Conference is any indication of how the retail market is performing, things are looking up. This year’s conference, held Oct. 28 – Oct. 30 in Atlanta, attracted more than 2,500 attendees, up 9 percent from last year.

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Franklin Street negotiates lease for new gym in Orange Park

Jamie Swanson of Franklin Street, a full-service commercial real estate firm, negotiated a 10-year lease for Training Ground Fitness, a new gym in Orange Park. The 22,500 square foot space, located at 1564 Park Avenue, was formerly occupied by a Save-A-Lot grocery store. The gym is scheduled to open later this year. It will be owned and operated by a local businessman who bought World Gym franchises to the area within the last decade.

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HOA Insurance: Don’t Make These Nine Association Insurance Mistakes

Are you protecting your homeowners or condo association as much as possible with your insurance decisions?

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Two different student housing projects taking shape near USF Tampa

Two student-oriented housing projects near USF should help in the effort to rebrand a part of north Tampa regarded as depressed and at times dangerous.

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