Stiles' Real Estate Investment group is the company's business development team who are tasked with creating value through the acquisition of existing buildings and land. The group’s focus is finding the development of new commercial real estate projects and acquisition opportunities in Florida’s major metro markets of Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Tampa Bay, Greater Orlando, and Jacksonville. Stiles has developed over forty million square feet of office, industrial, retail, and mixed use properties throughout Florida and the Southeast United States. Development and redevelopment targets currently include build-to-suit office and retail, suburban office, CBD office, retail power centers, retail neighborhood centers and urban residential development projects.
Since 2003 Stiles has successfully acquired a portfolio of close to four million square feet of office and retail throughout Florida’s major markets. The Real Estate Investment group's acquisition targets currently include distressed commercial loans, CBD and suburban office, neighborhood retail centers and retail power centers. In addition, this group focuses on the acquisition of land for immediate build-to-suit or future development inventory.
Select Current Projects
Following is a select sampling of current projects that reflect our acquisition strategy and full scope of real estate services. Please contact Stiles Acquisitions for more information on our complete list of projects as well as our acquisitions criteria.
Committed to Our Clients
Stiles’ long-standing commitment to excellence, unsurpassed performance and personalized service that is unmatched throughout the industry has earned the Company our extensive list of distinguished repeat clients, including Wayne Huizenga, City Furniture, Guggenheim and the Tribune Company.
These strategic relationships continue to enable Stiles to play a vital role in Florida’s economy and grow our business throughout the state. In addition, our financial strength and “human capital” have allowed us to build long-term relationships with major U.S. lenders such as BBVA Compass Bank (NYSE: BBV), Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC), and Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC).