Orlando Commercial Real Estate

Serving the Orlando Metropolitan Area


 Featured Stories

15 Jul 14

Choice and Empowerment Unlock Productivity in the Workplace
A balance of different types of workspaces within an office environment is the key to improving worker productivity, according to a new research report from CBRE Group, Inc.

Press Release

22 Apr 14

Celebration Place IV Gets First New Tenant Since Ownership Change
CBRE has arranged a 4,200-square-foot, long-term lease for Immersyve Inc., a developer of next-gen play testing models that measure player experience and sustained engagement, at Celebration IV located at 215 Celebration Place in Celebration, Florida.

Press Release

17 Apr 14

CBRE Secures Floyd's 99 Barbershop Lease at the Plaza on University in Orlando
CBRE has arranged a long-term lease at the Plaza on University for Floyd’s 99 Barbershop, “The Original Rock ‘N Roll Barbershop,” for men and women.

Press Release


 Office Description

CBRE's Orlando office has been serving clients for over 25 years, to become a leading player in Orlando's commercial real estate market. Concentrating on several distinct business lines has earned the Orlando office the reputation as a trusted advisor in the local business community with its ability to track trends and build relationships.

Our professionals focus on several distinct lines of business including brokerage (tenant and landlord representation), consulting, corporate services, investment brokerage/agency, capital markets group and valuation and appraisal services. All of these services allow the Orlando team to deliver superior service by assessing a client's entire real estate portfolio requirements on a company-wide scale, delivering results and surpassing expectations.

The Orlando office is located in the heart of downtown Orlando in Orange County and covers the Central Florida market including Seminole, Lake and Volusia counties to the north/northeast; Osceola and Brevard counties to the south/southeast. The Orlando office procured over $1.3 billion worth of transactions in 2011.​​​​