2610 Executive Centre
Completed in 1985, the 2610 Executive Centre is located on Gainesville’s professional services corridor, NW 43rd Street. The 15,300 square foot, two-story building sits on 1.16 acres of land offering ample parking, and is within walking distance to some of Gainesville’s most sought after amenities and services. The property was developed to take advantage of this fast growing corridor and to serve the dense residential population in the area with professional services. The 2610 Executive Centre has suited the needs of a number of high caliber businesses such as Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, MetLife Home Loans, Florida Department of Education, Florida Department of Revenue, CH2M Hill and New Horizons Learning Center.
Blue Cross & Blue Shield Building
The BCBS building was custom built for Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Florida in 1993. The 8,000 square foot, one-story brick structure fronts busy NW 39th Avenue one block east of 43rd Street, in the popular MetroCorp Office Park. The property is attractively landscaped and meticulously maintained to meet the high standards of both AMJ and BCBS’s lease administration division.
The Commerce Building is a four-story, 66,000 square foot office condo built in 2002 on the site of the old Chamber of Commerce property. Designed as part of a mixed use project with 46 custom townhome units to the north and northeast, the Commerce Building is home to a host of government agencies including the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Veterans Administration, U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, as well as the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, the University of Florida School of Architecture, and the Florida Community Design Center.
Le Pavillon is a 20,000 square foot neighborhood shopping center development built in 1986. Located at the 2500 block of NW 43rd Street, Le Pavillon consists of eight store front suites, and is home to three of Gainesville’s top locally owned restaurants. Le Pavillon was conceived and developed to satisfy the burgeoning retail demand in the NW 43rd Street commercial corridor.
Madison Park is a stunning three-story office building, consisting of 48,000 square feet, on over four acres of land. The property was developed as an office condominium to fill the need for Class A office space on a corridor that offers no further development opportunities. The building is equipped with all of today’s top technology capabilities. Madison Park is home to Merrill Lynch and is the U.S. headquarters for SumTotal Systems.
A retail lifestyle center that invented mixed use development in Alachua County, Plaza Royale is a 101,730 square foot retail, office, and residential mastermind of quality and style born in 2001. Plaza Royale is a place where people of all ages find shopping, dining, business and personal services, as well as elegant residential townhomes. Located along Gainesville’s main East/West corridor, Newberry Road with over 40,000 trips per day, the center is less than two miles from I-75. Several national tenants such as State Farm Insurance, Talbots, Chicos, FedEx Office, Stonewood Tavern & Grill and Starbucks currently call Plaza Royale home.
Shoppes of Pinewood
This five acre shopping center is located adjacent to the Super Wal-Mart development at the corner of NW 34th Street and U.S. 441 in Gainesville. Phase I was completed and is now the home of Gainesville Carpet & Flooring. Phase II is an out parcel with zoning approval for, among other things, a drive-thru. Phase III can accommodate up to 25,000 square feet of building area. The horizontal infrastructure has already been established for all three phases.
6915 Tower Center
The 6915 Tower Center building was custom built for Crafts & Stuff, a regional retailer in 1994. The 20,020 square foot single story concrete block building is located within the Tower Center shopping center, which is anchored by Home Depot and the call center headquarters for Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Since 2008, one half of the space has been home to the Salon Professional Academy.
Tower Office Center
The Tower Office Center is a 21,525 square foot, four parcel office park built at the 2000 block of Tower Road. Two of the parcels were sold and built on by third parties, and two were built on by AMJ. The property was developed to accommodate the growing professional and medical office demand along the Tower Road corridor. Currently the Disabled American Veterans, Healthy Steps Pediatrics, Pediatric Health Choice, Home Medical Equipment and the Allen Law Firm call the Tower Office Center home.
Located at 4401 NW 25th Place, the USDA-1 building was custom built for the Farm Services Administration and Rural Development department of the US Department of Agriculture in 1991. The 16,128 square foot two-story, structural steel frame building is located just off NW 43rd Street, Gainesville’s foremost professional services corridor. Inside and out, this building has been upgraded and remodeled to meet strict government guidelines. In 2010, a 25kw photovoltaic solar system was installed on the roof to lessen the building’s energy footprint.
The USDA-2 building was custom built for the Natural Resources Conservation Services department of the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1994. This 15,300 square foot two-story, structural steel frame building is located immediately north of the USDA-1 building, and has also been upgraded and remodeled according to strict government guidelines, including its own 25kw photovoltaic solar system.