Cardinal Point Management

  • Joint Venture Closes on The Slade

    HFF has closed the sale of and arranged joint venture equity and acquisition financing for a 214-unit, eight-story bulk condominium transaction in downtown Tampa.

    Tampa 24 November 2015 16:53
  • Cardinal Point Buys Orlando Asset

    A 42,277-square-foot Class A office property located at 7208 W. Sand Lake Road in Orlando was recently acquired by Cardinal Point Management, LLC, a Tampa Bay investment and property management firm. CBRE’s Ronald J. Rogg and Edward Wooten arranged the sale of the three-story building and represented the seller, a Highwoods Properties affiliate in the transaction. The acquisition price was not disclosed.

    Orlando 24 March 2015 16:42

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