Six/Ten LLC has leased office space in its newly modernized Suites on Central to Everglades Law Center, Inc., a nonprofit, public interest environmental law firm committed to protecting Florida’s environment and advancing Everglades restoration. The company expanded its operations to an executive office space at 347 W. Central Ave. Chad Lennox, a Leasing Specialist with Six/Ten, completed the transaction representing both the buyer and landlord.
Everglades Law Center chose to move its operations to downtown Winter Haven for the area’s professional atmosphere, amenities and pedestrian-friendly accessibility. The firm is also expanding its territory into the Winter Haven area.
“I was drawn to the convenient, downtown location of Suites on Central and the history of the area,” said Jason Totoiu, Executive Director & General Counsel with The Everglades Law Center. “Our offices are strategically located throughout the Everglades ecosystem. Winter Haven’s location within the Kissimmee River watershed and near the headwaters of the Everglades makes it the ideal spot for us.”
Suites on Central occupies the second floor of Central Park Square in downtown Winter Haven. The historic building completed in 1914 has undergone complete updates to its plumbing, air conditioning, electrical and elevator systems. The remaining available suites vary from 240 sq. ft. to 502 sq. ft., along with one large East Wing Suite that consists of approximately 4,500 sq. ft.
As part of the upgrade, Six/Ten is bringing its fiber-optic wiring directly to office computers from the company’s neighboring buildings that house Verizon and other high-speed Internet providers. The ultra-fast Internet connections are expected to appeal to established firms and start-ups, both of which are being accommodated through an innovative floor design.
Central Park Square is adding to an urban rebirth of Winter Haven as Six/Ten purchases, renovates and leases office, retail and residential properties in the downtown district. The company is restoring historic buildings to their original, authentic architecture while updating their services.