Charles Wayne Properties, Inc. is an active commercial real estate firm, and one of central Florida’s largest real estate property owners and management firms.
Charles Wayne has been serving the needs of the real estate community since 1978. It has developed and managed shopping centers, freestanding retail, office buildings and industrial parks, as well as residential and apartment projects with over 6,000 units.
Its clients include nationally known firms such as Aetna, John Hancock, Beal Bank, TD Bank, Winn-Dixie, Publix, Walgreen’s, 7-Eleven, McDonald’s, Burger King, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, Hampton Inn, WCI, Holiday Inns and more. CWP has worked with these firms and others in capacities including development, investment sales, health care practice sales, tenant representation, property management and receivership.
Our consulting arm, Charles Wayne Consulting, Inc., was founded in 1982. It is a diversified real estate research and advisory firm. With corporate offices located in Orlando, Florida, the firm’s professionals provide services for clients and development projects located throughout the state. Specializing in residential and large-scale mixed-use development planning, Charles Wayne Consulting, Inc. has become recognized throughout Florida as an expert advisor to the lending, investment, development and planning communities.
Charles Wayne Properties currently invests in new developments, land and income properties, and has generated superior returns for its investors. The current Charles Wayne Properties portfolio constitutes approximately $250 million in assets of varying property types.
Charles Wayne continues to grow its holdings, market base and reputation as one of the Southeast’s most entrepreneurial and professional real estate firms.
CWP specializes in:
- Property Ownership and Operation
- Capital Management
- Investment Sales
- Health Care Practice Sales
- Property & Asset Management
- Consulting & Market Research
- Construction Services
The company is currently involved in real estate development throughout the southern United States, with core projects in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Texas.