Tony Roma’s Corporate Office Relocates

Jun 16, 2015 No Comments by

CBRE’s Micah Strader represented the landlord, Crocker Partners and Cushman & Wakefield Director Anne Spencer co-brokered the relocation of RomaCorp, the corporate entity behind the Tony Roma’s restaurant chain, in a 8,820-square-foot office lease in the Rosemont Building at Orlando University Center.

Tony Roma’s is a casual dining chain specializing in baby back ribs. The first location was established in 1972 in North Miami, Florida. Today, there are over 150 locations in more than 30 countries on six continents. The organization is relocating approximately 40 local operational employees from its current Lee Vista Center location and is expected to move into the Rosemont Building space in December 2015.

Orlando University Center is a five-building, ±386,000-square-foot, 27-acre campus located in the Quadrangle, an office park in close proximity to both the University of Central Florida and the Central Florida Research Park. The Rosemont Building is a three-story, 62,111-square-foot, Class A building built in 2000 on an ±8.75-acre lot. The building is located at 11315 Corporate Boulevard.

The Orlando University Center offers RomaCorp a modern workplace in the highly desirable University/Research submarket. According to the Cushman & Wakefield’s 1Q 2015 Orlando Office MarketBeat, the University/Research submarket has posted the second-largest gains in absorption to start the year.



Source: Real Estate Rama


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