Six/Ten LLC has leased office space in its newly modernized Suites on Central to Peninsula Energy Services Co. (PESCO), a wholly owned subsidiary of Chesapeake Utilities Corp. The company is moving its Florida administrative offices to the park-view corner suite at 347 W. Central Ave.
“Peninsula Energy is a perfect example of the diversity of our tenant mix at Suites on Central,” said Angela Harwell, CCIM and broker for Open Door Commercial Real Estate. She represented Six/Ten in leasing the 3,061-square-foot space.
“Suites on Central provides amenities such as common conference and break areas, contemporary finishes and fiber-to-desktop connectivity that office tenants find highly desirable,” she said. “We are extremely pleased with the response and spaces are leasing quickly.”
Suites on Central occupies the second floor of Central Park Square. The historic building completed in 1914 has undergone complete updates to its plumbing, air conditioning, electrical and elevator systems. Suites ranging from 2,600 to 4,000 square feet are available now.
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.
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About Six/Ten LLC: Six/Ten LLC is a developer of commercial and residential properties in Winter Haven and other Florida cities, and an investor in Big Data software and related technologies. The company owns and manages more than 450,000 square feet of commercial property. Its holdings include three dozen properties, a cyber-security company, and an investment in Florida’s largest organic blueberry operation. For more information on Six/Ten, please see the company’s website at sixtenllc.com.
By: Lakeland Ledger
By: News Chief
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