Denholtz Associates Signs New Lease at University Corporate Center in Winter Park, Fla.

1.29.2019

Winter Park, Fla. (January 29, 2019) – Denholtz Associates announces a new lease for 10,159 square feet of office space with InBloom Autism Services at the University Corporate Center located at 6973 University Boulevard in Winter Park, Fla.

InBloom Autism Services is a national organization that provides applied Behavioral Analysis Therapies for their clients.  Their expertise and knowledge of Autism Spectrum Disorder has enabled the company to grow substantially across the country. Today, InBloom Autism Services boasts over 200 clinical staff members and provides services and care to over 400 children and their families. The lease at 6973 University Boulevard is their fifth Florida location, which will allow more children the opportunity to receive individualized therapy and personalized care from their highly dedicated and experienced team.

University Corporate Center consists of seven single-story, multi-tenant buildings on 12.2 acres offering units ranging from 1,300 to 20,800 square feet. Conveniently located a half-mile east of the intersection of State Road 436 and University Boulevard, University Corporate Center is just six miles east of downtown Orlando and near the University of Central Florida and the Central Florida Research Park. Orlando International Airport is 13 miles from the park and Interstate 4, Routes 441 and 50 and Highway 417 all converge near the park’s center.

“We are delighted to provide InBloom Autism Services with the professional yet welcoming office space they need to best meet the needs of clients and their families in the local community,” said Kristine B. Hurlbut, Senior Vice President of Leasing at Denholtz Associates. “With properties that are a part of one of the most dynamic real estate markets in the nation, we continue to see high interest for our office spaces in Orlando and its surrounding submarkets from a wide variety of tenants like InBloom Autism Services. Our flexible, modern, and well-located spaces throughout the submarket allow us to meet the diverse needs of Orlando’s vibrant business community and enable our tenants to expand their services in the rapidly growing market.”

“During our search for our new Orlando office, we placed the highest priority on finding a modern, welcoming space that was easily accessible by residents throughout the local area,” added Kiel Rager, Founder and CEO of InBloom Autism Services. “We were able to find all of those important pieces at the University Corporate Center and we look forward to welcoming the families we serve to our newest center in February 2019.”

Chris Adams of NAI Realvest represented the tenant and Jamie Barati and John Worrell of Jones Lang LaSalle represented Denholtz Associates in the transaction.