Daytona Beach Shores Condo Site- JUST SOLD

Posted by Chris Riehm on March 16, 2018 under by Tim Davis, daytona beach commercial real estate, Daytona Commercial Real Estate, News Releases | Be the First to Comment

SVN Alliance is proud to announce the sale of 3411 S. Atlantic Ave. The 1.04 acre property in Daytona Beach Shores sold for $2,400,000. The site is located directly north of the Dunlawton beach approach. Tim C. Davis represented the parties on this transaction. The Seller was Legacy Group of Georgia LLC, and the Buyer was Daytona Beach Shores LLC. This represents the first oceanfront land sale since September of 2016, the sale of 749 S. Atlantic in Ormond Beach, also transacted by Mr. Davis. Development sites such as 3411 S. Atlantic are becoming increasingly scarce in the Daytona Beach Market and these sites provide a unique opportunity to shape the future of the Daytona skyline.

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Signalized A1A Corner Parcel – Just Listed $2,050,000

Posted by Chris Riehm on March 13, 2018 under by Tim Davis, daytona beach commercial real estate, Uncategorized | Be the First to Comment

SVN Alliance just listed the old Shark Lounge and the convenience store on the corner of International Speedway Blvd and A1A. The Shark Lounge and the convenience store properties are being sold as a package and the total land area is .43 acres. These parcels are centrally located in the heart of Daytona only .5 miles from the Daytona Beach Convention Center and the Daytona Beach Hilton. This is a perfect opportunity to own one of the few corner parcels in the Daytona market.

The asking price is $2,050,000 call for more information.

Contact info

Tim Davis, CCIM

386-566-4917

tim.davis@svn.com

 

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New Listing +/-20,000 SF Build to Suit Industrial Site

Posted by Chris Riehm on March 1, 2018 under by Tim Davis, Commercial Real Estate Definitions, daytona beach commercial real estate, Daytona Commercial Real Estate, investment property for sale in daytona beach, Uncategorized | Be the First to Comment

SVN Allianance is pleased to present an excellent industrial flex build-to-suit project along the US-1 corridor. The property is on the corner of Parque and Calle Grande, right on the border of Ormond Beach and Holly Hill. The site is +/- 1.5 acres and is fully engineered for approximately 20,000 SF. There could be some flexibility depending on parking requirements. The site plan is attached to this listing as a blank canvas for your concept.

The location is behind a Publix anchored shopping center, with multiple restaurants, retailers, banking centers nearby. This is clean, quiet, safe location for a new business with excellent access to all parts of east Volusia county and beyond.

Price $1,500,000

Tim Davis, CCIM

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Just Listed- 1201 S. Atlantic Hotel/Condo Development Site

Posted by Chris Riehm on February 7, 2018 under by Tim Davis, daytona beach commercial real estate | Be the First to Comment

SVN Alliance is pleased to offer the development site located at 1201 S. Atlantic Ave in Daytona Beach. This is a corner parcel at the signalized intersection of Silver Beach Blvd and Atlantic Ave. Silver Beach is one of the thoroughfares that connects to the mainland via bride. The bridge is currently undergoing a $38 million dollar reconstruction.

The site features 335’ of road frontage, 225’ along the seawall, and is on average 270’ deep Current owner had pursued plans for a condominium project on the site, but there are no active entitlements on the parcel. Given the location and proximity to the convention center this could be either an excellent condo development site or hotel site.Density in the City of Daytona is 40 units per Gross acre, however via the PUD/PRD process higher density is easily achievable. On the subject of building height, the City of Daytona Beach does not have any set limits to height.

This parcel is between right in the center of two great new developments; This parcel is just six short blocks north of the new Max Daytona condominium project (MaxDaytona.com). Also just to the north at 500 S. Atlantic is a recently opened(Jan ‘18) restaurants park with Landshark Bar & Grille and Cocina 214.

The Daytona Beach area saw substantial new condo development during the last cycle at the southern end of the peninsula. This is a unique opportunity to control a well positioned site on the south side of Daytona Beach. A buyer will be positioned to deliver high quality convention hotel rooms as well as premium residential units to meet upcoming demand.

For More information, Contact:

Tim C. Davis, CCIM

386-566-4917

tim.davis@svn.com

 

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Just Listed – Riverfront Mixed Use Retail/Condo Development Site

Posted by Chris Riehm on January 9, 2018 under by Tim Davis, Daytona Commercial Real Estate, Uncategorized | Be the First to Comment

SVN Alliance is pleased to present an excellent mixed-use and/or condo development site on the Intracoastal Waterway(Halifax River) in South Daytona Florida. The total site is 8.7 acres with over 600’ of river frontage, and over 1000’ on US Highway 1. This is a fully entitled project with development agreement in place, and an excellent candidate for either pure condo development, or a mixed use concept with retail and condominium components. The currently approved development agreement allows for 522 units at R-60 density, and a maximum building height of 185’

There is currently a submerged land lease in place for a dock/fishing pier, however previous site plans and approved PD agreements with the City of South Daytona did include wet slips.

This is an excellent location, just 2.5 miles to the beaches via Dunlawton Ave, 5.5 miles to the Daytona International Airport. Multiple shopping venues, .34 miles to Sunshine Mall , a Publix anchored shopping center, 6.95 miles to One Daytona, and 9.04 miles to the newly completed Tanger Outlet Mall. Further afield, the location is just a quick 90 minute drive to the Orlando attractions. By boat, the site would allow 20-25 minute transit to the Ponce Inlet for Atlantic Ocean access.

$5,100,000

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Financing for Commercial Real Estate Available

Posted by admin on May 17, 2012 under by Tim Davis | Read the First Comment

Having experienced stronger demand over the past three months, banks have started easing their lending standards for commercial real estate.

The move is another signal that banks are more willing to start growing their CRE loan portfolios as they have in other lending areas.

The banking sector overall also has substantially improved its liquidity position over the past few years. Indeed, large banks in the aggregate have more than doubled their holdings of cash and securities since 2009, according to remarks last week by Ben S. Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve System. The credit quality of large banks’ assets is looking better as well, although the improvements have been uneven across types of loans.

In the aggregate, delinquency rates on loan portfolios at large banks have declined substantially Read more of this article »

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UF Study Shows Real Estate Market Improving

Posted by admin on May 16, 2012 under by Tim Davis | Read the First Comment

A survey of real estate professionals shows Florida’s market outlook improved in the first quarter of 2012.

The University of Florida released the results this week. Respondents said they felt optimistic because of the falling unemployment rate and increased activity in rental housing.

Florida’s jobless rate dropped from 9.9 percent in December to 9 percent in March.The university’s Commercial Real Estate Sentiment Index reached its highest level since 2007. It measures respondents’ own business outlook.Officials at the university’s Kelly A. Bergstrom Center for Real Estate Studies attributed that increase to an improving economy and lending environment.

A total of 189 real estate analysts and investors participated in the survey. They were worried, though, about future uncertainties including federal spending cuts and tax reductions that may expire.

Tim Davis
386-566-4917

Original story here

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Class A Commercial Properties Trading at Below Half Price

Posted by admin on May 11, 2009 under Good Info - Read It | Be the First to Comment

It was pretty well publicized when just last month the John Hancock Tower in Boston sold for just over $660 million – when the previous owners paid over $1.3billion for it in 2006. Now more news of other premium classs A properties in major metro areas having similar fates, and investors are showing restraint at picking up these propertis at even half price: Read more of this article »

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News Release- Commercial Real Estate Loan for $1.5 Billion Secured

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This news release surfaced today – it seems that Capmark Financial has secured a loan from private sources in the sum of $1.5 billion. CapMark is an investment firm that specializes in CMBS (commercial mortgage backed securities). They currently have a portfolio of investments are beginning to come due in 3Q and 4Q 2009. This loan will stabilize their portfolio of investments for at least 10 months at worst, depending on terms and conditions set forth the the loan documents.

To me, this is a great sign that some of this commercial debt is attractive to large investment banks – and that they are willing to put some of their cash on the street and at risk for the next 12-18 months.

Full News Release: Read more of this article »

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S&P Offers No Optimism for Commercial Real Estate Market

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by Tim Davis

For those of us that aren’t heavily involved in the nuts of bolts of commercial finance, a substantial portion of the US and worldwide bond market consists of ‘commercial mortgage backed securities’, or CMBS. The CMBS market is quite volatile at this time, as so much of that debt will be coming due in the next 12-24 months. We have covered this issue in depth here on Real Estate Jokers – and will continue to do so. We do focus on trying to keep things positive, but on the other hand in order to be successful in any market condition, you need to be up to date on the facts.

Here is Standard & Poors report today on the issue: Read more of this article »

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