Orlando, Fla. (December 20, 2018) – Denholtz Associates announces a lease expansion with Bluestream Professional Services for an additional 10,000 square feet of industrial/flex space at the Cypress Industrial Park at 9500 Satellite Blvd in Orlando, Florida.
Operating under the KGPCo brand, BlueStream is a network services provider offering a comprehensive array of core network, wireless site development and optical fiber services for increasingly evolving communications networks with 15 locations across the United States. A tenant at the Cypress Industrial Park since 2004, Bluestream currently leases 8,214square feet of industrial/flex space at the property. Their 10,000-square-foot lease expansion will allow the company to better serve the region’s rapidly growing business community and continue the company’s strong growth.
Cypress Industrial Park comprises five single-story light industrial buildings totaling 256,838 square feet on 23.47 acres. The flex building design offers tenants suites ranging from 1,726 square feet to over 33,600 square feet (one single tenant building)and both grade level and dock high loading. The buildings were constructed between 1987 and 1997 with tilt-wall construction and an average clear height of 19’ 6”.
Located in the heart of the Orlando MSA, with easy access to I-4 via the Beachline Expressway-Florida Turnpike interchange and other major distribution thoroughfares in central Florida and beyond, Cypress Industrial Park is an in-demand industrial location for tenants, large and small.
“We acquired this portfolio two years ago because we recognized that the strong growth fundamentals of the Orlando market would allow us to attract and retain high-quality tenants,” said Kristine B. Hurlbut, Senior Vice President of Leasing at Denholtz Associates. “This expansion speaks to the ongoing success of our vision for this portfolio as we continue to see high interest from companies throughout the area hoping to grow or establish their presence in one of the nation’s most exciting markets.”