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Central Florida’s first office property completely designed with Covid-19 pandemic in mind comes to market

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Chesterfield’s build-to-suit opportunity at Lake Mary Corporate Center will offer touchless bathroom utilities, a high-tech HVAC system and more

Central Florida’s first office property completely designed with Covid-19 pandemic in mind comes to market    

Chesterfield, a developer of office and industrial properties throughout the Southeast, is bringing Central Florida a first-of-its-kind office property to the market. Lake Mary Corporate Center will feature the latest design and technology for a post-Covid-19 world, from de-densification of workspaces to touchless bathroom utilities.

With visibility from Interstate 4, the Class A office park will be built on Century Point in Lake Mary. The project offers the flexibility of two to three buildings with entitlements totaling up to 300,000 square feet, and the property is now available for pre-leasing.

Richard Solik, MCR, and Matthew McKeever, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers International are the exclusive leasing agents on the project.

“This build-to-suit opportunity is completely designed to meet the current and future needs of the Central Florida office user,” said Solik, Executive Managing Director of Office Services at Colliers International Central Florida. “No other office building in Central Florida offers all of these features, which will provide a sense of safety to the post-pandemic workplace.”

Features include:

  • A touchless workplace, including touchless access control on doors and elevators, all-touchless bathroom utilities and Bluetooth connectivity to phones;
  • HVAC systems with carbon dioxide sensors, increased outdoor airflow, a building purge cycle – which flushes out conditioned air and volatile organic compounds – and an energy recovery system to discourage bacterial growth;
  • Thoughtfully selected construction materials, such as germ-resistant products, radio-frequency identification (RFID) access controls and occupancy sensors;
  • De-densification of workspaces, such as spreading out workstations and setting capacity limits on work areas.

These features were developed using feedback and input from both Chesterfield and Colliers International’s corporate clients. The builds offer flexibility, allowing users to request which options they wish to include.

“Not only does this property offer all the safety and security features office users are looking for in today’s world, but it also offers ample parking with five parking spots for every 1,000 square feet, proximity to both workforce and executive housing, and plenty of options for shopping and dining in the immediate area,” said McKeever, Executive Managing Director of Office Services at Colliers International Central Florida.


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