Medical Office Developer Buys, Plans MOB At Former West Orange County Fuel Station
An entity with ties to a local medical developer is the new owner of a former gas station in Ocoee.
Orlando-based Jamison Commercial Partners‘ related Ocoee Medical Development on Nov. 1 bought a roughly 1,500-square-foot fuel station at 11001 W. Colonial Drive for $1.65 million from Brandon-based Starfish Properties LLC, Orange County records showed. The 0.61-acre site includes a 936-square-foot convenience store and 576-square-foot car wash, county records showed.
Future plans for the site include demolishing the gas station and building in its place a 7,232-square-foot, single-story medical office building for Altamonte Springs-based nonprofit health system AdventHealth, per city of Ocoee permits. City staff is waiting for the developer to revamp and submit updated plans based on recommendations from the development review committee, said an October meeting agenda.
The submarket is sought after for medical office space because of its proximity to AdventHealth’s existing medical facilities in Winter Garden and Apopka, as well as Orlando Health’s hospitals in Ocoee and west Orange County’s Horizon West neighborhood. It is also about 1.5 miles away from Orlando Health Health Central Hospital.
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