DeAngelis Diamond says it has expanded to Orlando. Since its inception in 1996, the business says it has has grown from a single office headquartered in Naples to a six-office operation with locations throughout the Southeast United States and extending to the Midwest.
Its newest office in Orlando will be the company’s seventh location and first office in Central Florida.
DeAngelis Diamond recently signed a lease for 4,100 sq. ft. at 111 N. Orange Ave. and will be fully renovating the space before moving in Spring 2021. The company currently has over $140 million under construction in Central Florida with another $100 million scheduled to break-ground in the first quarter of the year.
“It is an honor for us to be trusted by so many to have a part in building the future of Orlando,” says co-founder David Diamond. “Orlando has a great history and an exciting future, attracting a diversity of bright, creative and entrepreneurial people and businesses. It’s one of the most desirable locations for people to live, work, heal, learn and play. Thank you, Orlando, for welcoming DeAngelis Diamond into your community. It is our mission to have an impact and positive influence on your community.”
DeAngelis Diamond says its Orlando office will focus on commercial, healthcare, multifamily, and senior living projects in the community and surrounding areas.
“As a long-time resident of Orlando, I am excited to bring the values-led and relationship-focused approach of DeAngelis Diamond to Central Florida,” says Orlando division manager T.J. Sellers. “We look forward to developing authentic relationships and positively influencing the Orlando community for many years to come.”
Sellers previously worked with Turner Construction.