"Business Observer" features some of Robbins' most notable deals 2022
The article by the local news outlet, "Business Observer" featured a multitude of the deals established Robbins as a key player in Sarasota/Manatee County commercial real estate. This includes, but is not limited to the following: The assemblage of 9-acres in downtown Sarasota (which was our largest sale) that was sold for $37,185,230 by Kevin Robbins, the sale of the bath and racquet club for $15,350,000 in Sarasota, the leasing of the entirety of the top floor of the east wing of the Atria building for $9,240,833 handled by Derek Robbins and Kevin Robbins, and the sale of 6292 Tower Lane for $7,300,000 in Sarasota, which was office and warehouse space sold by Troy Robbins and his father, Loyd Robbins.
In addition, the article also discussed the sale of an office and storage complex for $5,800,000, sold by Troy Robbins, and a multi-acre parcel in Venice for $5,017,000, sold by Loyd Robbins. These deals showcase the expertise and dedication of our team, as well as the high-quality services we offer to our clients.
To read more about our successful deals and their feature in "Your Observer," please visit the link provided: https://issuu.com/yourobserver.com/docs/bob_20221230.
At our company, we are dedicated to providing our clients with exceptional real estate services and achieving their goals. We are thrilled to have our efforts recognized by "Business Observer" and will continue to strive for success in the coming years.Posted by Robbins Commercial on