Butler Plaza Expansion Gets First Sign Approval

Butler Plaza’s expansion is under way, with the new real estate covering 265 acres behind the current Butler Plaza. The new development will be mixed-use and is intended to be a town center design. Signs for the current Butler Plaza and new development received their initial approval from the city. 

Currently, the plan is one 75-foot sign intended to be seen by those traveling on Interstate 75 as well as 8- to 24-foot signs that will be seen if traveling on Archer Road and near the entrance of the town center. The plan is to eventually replace the old signs that are located on Archer Road by the entrances as current tenants turn over their leases or when new tenants come in. The goal of the new signage is to create a consistent theme that correlates with the aesthetic of the new Butler Town Center. 

 

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Nick created Front Street Commercial Real Estate Group in 2002 and spent the first eight years developing and acquiring office and retail projects in South Florida as well as North Central Florida. In 2010 the focus of the firm was shifted to primarily serve third party clients and perform brokerage, property management and mortgage banking functions. Nick has personally developed and acquired nearly 200,000 square feet of office and retail properties in markets throughout Florida. Prior to founding Front Street, Nick was the Director of Finance and Dispositions for Stiles Corporation in Fort Lauderdale where he financed and sold over $500 million in commercial real estate. Before joining Stiles, Nick was an Associate Director at GE Capital Real Estate where he sourced over $200 million in financing throughout Florida. Nick is a graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in Finance and a concentration in Real Estate. He serves as a board member and current vice-chair for the United Way of North Central Florida where he also chairs the Development Committee. Nick is actively involved with the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce where he serves as a board member and committee member for the Council for Economic Outreach. He is also a recent graduate of Leadership Gainesville which is a year long leadership program hosted by the Chamber. He is a member of Grace United Methodist Church where he has served as finance chair and as a member of the leadership council. Nick serves as an advisory board member of the University of Florida Bergstrom Center for Real Estate Studies. Nick was recently named chair of the Gainesville committee for the North Florida chapter of Urban Land Institute (ULI). He is a licensed real estate broker in the State of Florida and is a long time member of the International Council of Shopping Centers.

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