Denholtz Associates Signs Lease to Bring Sushi Restaurant to Their Downtown Orlando Office Building1.3.2018
Orlando, Fla. (January 3, 2017) – Denholtz Associates has announced a long-term lease with U Roll Express for 1,716 square feet of retail space at their 100 East Pine Street office building in Orlando, Fla.
The 1,716-square-foot lease with U Roll Express marks U Roll Sushi’s second location and will bring an exciting and in-demand amenity directly to the lobby of 100 East Pine Street. U Roll Sushi offers a wide menu of signature rolls and Thai specialties allowing for endless customization from their list of available vegetables, meats, sauces, spices, toppings and other great-tasting items. The restaurant will include a bright and modern design with seating for 42 people.
100 East Pine Street is an 80,000-square-foot, six-story office building in the heart of downtown Orlando. Since acquiring the building, Denholtz Associates has embarked on a $1.3 million renovation of the property including completely renovating the building lobby, reconfiguring and modernizing the building’s common corridors and upgrading the mechanical systems. These renovations were completed in October of 2017. Improvements to exterior and interior features including a new office awning, painting of the exterior of the building, lighting of the building crown and new elevators are underway and slated for completion in the first quarter of 2018.
“Gone are the days when a landlord could answer tenant’s desires for dining options through providing a grab-and-go cafeteria with saran-wrapped sandwiches and bottled soft drinks,” said Kristine B. Hurlbut, Senior Vice President of Leasing at Denholtz Associates. “Today’s tenants demand unique, high-quality dining options when they are seeking new spaces for their businesses. In recognition of this trend, we have made a concerted effort throughout our portfolio to add amenities, like U Roll Express, that enable us to position our spaces in accordance with the demands of the modern tenant to maintain high occupancy.”
Bobby Palta of CBRE, Inc. represented Denholtz Associates and Stephen Leo of Atlas Affiliated represented the tenant in the U Roll transaction.