Land & Site Development

Land & Site Development

Atlantic Commercial Group has been directly involved with all aspects of land and site development of commercial land parcels.  During the past almost 20 years, we have been Walmart’s exclusive broker and have completed over 52 transactions in South Florida alone.  Additional clients that we have worked with include, but are not limited to, CVS, McDonalds, Burger King, Mattress Firm, PNC Bank, DaVita Dialysis, Racetrac and Walgreens. From site identification to feasibility analyses, the principals of our company have intimate working knowledge of the land development process.  Whether you are seeking to acquire land parcels or develop outparcels or large scale retail or office properties, we will assist you every step of the way. Land development is a very time sensitive and costly endeavor and we treat every project as if it were our own investment. Due to our knowledge of lease rates, construction costs, site planning and requisite approval processes, we act as a trusted advisor to our clients.  We have been involved with dozens of ground up developments as well as redevelopment of retail and office assets in the South Florida market. A partial list of major projects that we have been directly involved with are as follows: Kendall Mall, Northridge Shopping Center, Midtown Delray, Lauderhill Mall, Palm Aire Marketplace, Lake Park Shopping Center, Coral Palm Plaza, Royal Oaks Shopping Center, Somerset Shoppes, Catalina Center and many others.

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