Williams Company Southeast Breaks Ground on New Shopping Center

by Nate Hunter

Orlando, Fla. — The Crosslands is Central Florida’s largest retail center to break ground in years.

Orlando, Fla. — Williams Company Southeast broke ground for The Crosslands at Osceola Corporate Center, a new $30 million, 427,000-square-foot shopping center by Tupperware Brands Corp., New York-based O’Connor Capital Partners and West Palm Beach, Fla.-based businessman Peter Bergner. Williams also commenced fast-track construction on the 56,000-square-foot Hobby Lobby at The Crosslands at 711 Centerview Boulevard, slated to open this October, and started work on the 35,500-square-foot Haverty’s at The Crosslands, set for completion this November.

Located at Osceola Parkway and Orange Blossom Trail, The Crosslands is Central Florida’s largest retail center to break ground in years, and is expected to create more than 1,000 temporary construction and permanent jobs. The center was designed by Orlando-based ELEVEN18 Architecture.

Williams Company Southeast also opened a South Florida office in Ft. Lauderdale. Having constructed more than 200 Target projects in 10 states, the general contractor and construction manager is building the new 136,000-square-foot Target store in Miami, slated to open in October.

williams coWith offices in Ft. Lauderdale and Tampa, Orlando-based Williams Company Southeast specializes in commercial, retail, industrial and educational projects, and is currently licensed in 15 states from Texas to Maryland. For more information, visit www.williamsco.com.






SOURCE: Williams Company Southeast



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