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Infinity Properties USA Closes On $35M Small-Bay Industrial Portfolio

Shane Decker and Brett Schlacter-Infinity Properties USABay Harbor Islands-based Infinity Properties USA, led by Shane Decker and Brett Schlacter, who are often referred to as the “Industrial Kings of Florida,” made a substantial splash with its latest acquisition of a 20-building portfolio totaling 262,000 square feet across South and Central Florida for $35,000,000.

13 buildings are located at 779 NE Dixie Hwy in Jensen Beach (pictured above), a popular beach town about an hour North of West Palm Beach.

7 buildings are located at 705 W State Rd 434 in Longwood – a strong industrial market in Northern Orlando where Infinity currently owns an operates 130,000 SF of industrial assets. Infinity currently owns over 350,000 square feet of industrial assets in the Orlando MSA.

Transactional attorneys Louis P. Archambault and Sophia Rub of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP successfully represented Infinity in the transaction. The deal closed on Sept 7.

Infinity Properties is well-known for acquiring large scale industrial assets and continues to be the top buyer of this product type across FL. Infinity is a privatel- held family office focused on real estate acquisitions, specifically the industrial sector. With over 1MM square feet under ownership and management, Infinity continues to grow its footprint through its relationships with owners, brokers, and real estate professionals across Florida.

Infinity will pay Brokers instead of the Seller for any off-market opportunities.

 

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