Need to pick up a prescription during the workday in downtown, but you don’t have a ride? That won’t be a difficult task for much longer, as a new Walgreens store is in the works for Orlando’s central business district.
Nunziata Holdings LLC reportedly is close to finalizing a deal to have the nation’s largest drugstore chain take the entire first floor, about 6,400 square feet, of the former downtown Valencia College administrative building at the northwest corner of Orange Avenue and Church Street, real estate sources said.
Nunziata Holdings had been targeting a pharmacy tenant since it bought the 29,000-square-foot historic building at 190 S. Orange Ave. in July 2014. The first floor was planned for retail uses and the three upper floors as office space.
See more details here on the 190 S. Orange Ave. building. Office leasing is being handled by Cite Partners, while Millenia Partners is the retail leasing representative.
Nunziata Holdings’ principals are brothers Joe and Rob Nunziata, co-CEOs of Orlando-based FBC Mortgage LLC. The Nunziatas were unavailable for comment.
Source: Orlando Business Journal