Success Stories

City of Pensacola

Exclusively represented the City of Pensacola in the acquisition of privately owned parcels for the construction of a stormwater management facility in Corinne Jones Park in downtown Pensacola. Successfully negotiated the purchase of the parcels necessary for the development of the facility.

16567 Perdido Key Drive, Pensacola, FL

Two parcels with 100’ of frontage each on the Gulf of Mexico. Each parcel had a development order from Escambia County for an 8 story, 15 unit condominium.

Gunther Properties represented sellers, Synovus and M&F Bank. 

1600 East Moreno Street, Pensacola, FL

This 14,500 square foot former Charter School was located on an acre of land.
Gunther Properties represented the seller, Hancock Bank.

5859 Commerce Road, Milton, FL

28,750 square foot warehouse/office located on 3.15 acres in Avalon Industrial Park.
Gunther Properties represented the seller.

700 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, FL

Multi Year Lease of 3,670 square feet of class A office space in Downtown Pensacola. Gunther Properties partnered with CRESA to represent the tenant, Ecology and Environment, Inc. (NASDAQ:EEI)

690 Heinberg Street, Pensacola, FL

19,626 square feet of office/warehouse space located just Northeast of Downtown Pensacola. Gunther Properties represented the buyer, Cajun Specialty Meats, Inc., in this transaction.

801 West Romana Street, Pensacola, FL

This 7,750 square foot brick warehouse was vacant and located on a 1.21 acre parcel just West of downtown Pensacola. Gunther Properties represented the buyer, who converted the warehouse & added space to create a class A office development, Marquis de Romana.

2111 Airport Boulevard, Pensacola, FL

This 1.77 acre parcel is adjacent to Cordova Mall, a regional mall owned by Simon Property Group.
Gunther Properties represented the seller.

Lofts on Intendencia

The Lofts on Intendencia is a workforce housing townhome project developed on property formerly owned by the City of Pensacola. Fred Gunther, along with architect Scott Sallis, completed the development of the units on time and the buyers were required to meet income restrictions in order to purchase. The project resulted in the conversion of vacant city property and a significant increase in property tax revenue to the City of Pensacola Community Redevelopment Agency.

City of Pensacola Police Department

Represented the City of Pensacola Police Department to find space for its Vice and Narcotics unit. Successfully negotiated the lease of the space within budget.