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The Florida office of NAP has delivered a variety of real estate projects resulting in over a billion dollars of completed value. Our experience has taken us through 31 separate cities and counties in Florida making the FL NAP office and partners some of the best known and highly regarded developers in Florida. Deliveries include 25+ Publix anchored shopping centers and 7 power centers anchored by various retailers such as Target, Lowes and BJ's wholesale club. In 2012, the office expanded into student housing by delivering over 970 beds with 412 under construction and 850 to be built on land the office has in inventory or under control. Total completed value of student housing at FSU will exceed $220 million.  Most recently, mixed use projects have been added via a high-profile hotel, restaurant and retail development at the foot of the new Grand National I-4 Interchange and overpass connecting Universal Studios with International Drive in Orlando. Two more mixed use projects located in Tallahassee and Fort Myers are in the permitting and planning stage.

LEADERSHIP

Dale Hafele

Managing Partner
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Shawn McIntyre

Managing Partner
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Craig Kopko

Vice President
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Mark Turner

Vice President

Stories

Craig Kopko fills in the blanks.

Mark Turner puts in the miles for family.

Shawn McIntyre does the right thing.

News

North American Properties takes ownership of downtown blocks for Cascades Project
via
Oct 24, 2018
The Community Redevelopment Agency sold its two downtown city blocks under redevelopment as the Cascades Project to North American Properties for $4.28 million. The deal was done Tuesday, making it the last milestone transaction for NAP's plans to create a $150-million, mixed-use development on the hem of Cascades Park.

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NAP Completes Purchase of Property for Cascades Project
via North American Properties
Oct 24, 2018
Today, North American Properties (NAP) completed its purchase of the two-block parcel bordering Cascades Park – the future home of the $150 million Cascades Project – marking yet another major milestone in Tallahassee’s quest for a thriving live-work-play experience in the heart of downtown. Following almost two years of public reviews and approvals, NAP purchased the property from the Tallahassee Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) for $4.28 million – funds that will go directly to the Frenchtown-Southside CRA District to support current and future infrastructure projects and other initiatives to address blight in the area.

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Developments abound for Tallahassee by 2020 | Living Here
via Tallahassee Democrat
Oct 02, 2018
It won't be long before major developments polish Tallahassee's landscape with lofty projects first etched as blueprints. By 2020, one to watch will be the Cascades Project.

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Marriott AC Hotel joins Cascades Project
via WCTV
May 24, 2018
North American Properties, the development company behind the Cascades Project, has announced some upcoming changes and additions to the mixed-use development. A boutique hotel has been part of the plans since the projects inception. However, until Thursday that hotel was not yet named. NAP Managing Partner Shawn McIntyre told the Community Redevelopment Agency this week that Marriott International AC Hotels will be joining the project. And, bringing AC Hotel Tallahassee to downtown.

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AC Hotels by Marriott coming to Cascades Project
via Tallahassee Democrat
May 24, 2018
Marriott International is bringing one of its upscale brands to the Cascades Project underway in downtown Tallahassee. AC Hotels by Marriott is building a $30-million, seven-story hotel with more than 5,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, which would be suitable for conventions, a longtime request of the business community. It also will have 154 rooms, a rooftop bar serving craft beers, signature drinks, tapas and an observation deck overlooking the 24-acre Cascades Park.

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AC Hotels by Marriott Coming to Cascades
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May 24, 2018
North American Properties (NAP) and Uptown Rental Properties (URP), in partnership with Robert Finvarb Companies (RFC), have formalized an agreement to bring the region’s first Marriott International AC Hotels brand to Downtown Tallahassee. AC Hotels caters to the next generation, design-conscious business traveler and blends sophisticated European style with a distinctly modern feel. The AC Hotel Tallahassee will sit at the heart of the Cascades Project – a 5-acre, $150 million mixed-use development positioned across from the prized 24-acre Cascades Park. Poised to breathe new life into the city’s center, the project includes market rate mid-rise residential, retail, restaurant, office and event space, along with the restoration of two architecturally significant buildings and the creation of a community-envisioned historical plaza.

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Want To Know What’s Going On At Cascades Park? Here’s The Bird's-Eye View
via WFSU
Mar 26, 2018
Do you wish you could get a better look behind the fence surrounding the new development project on the edge of Cascades Park? Thanks to Drone Above Florida, now you can.

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Update: I-Drive's Grand National retail center preps outparcels for construction
via Orlando Business Journal
Mar 12, 2018
One of north International Drive's future mixed-use projects is getting the ball rolling on outparcels that will host retail development. The $100 million Grand National project, being developed by Cincinnati-based North American Properties, is securing permits needed for outparcels that will include a Marriott-brand hotel and 93,600 square feet of shops spread across six spaces.

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Place Studies

The Lumberyard

Projects

Cascades

Mixed-Use

Located on East Gaines Street and adjacent to Cascades Park, this project will bring residential, retail, office, restaurant and hotel space to downtown Tallahassee.

  • Pedestrian-friendly pathways
  • Designated community arts and cultural space
  • Committed to commemorating the area’s rich history
  • Status: Under development

Grand National

Mixed-Use

Located in the center of the action, Grand National is a mixed-use project consisting of retail, restaurants and hotel directly across from Orlando International Premium Outlets and a short shuttle ride to Universal Studios.

  • 16.5 acres
  • 60,000 SF of retail and restaurant space
  • Convenient to I-4 via new flyover
  • Status: Under development

Sky Walk

Publix Anchored Shopping Center

This newly opened Publix Shopping Center was designed to serve the needs of the existing local community as well as the ever expanding residential areas surrounding the project.

  • 65,000 SF of retail/restaurant space
  • Part of the Southwest Florida International Airport Business Park (Sky Port)
  • Convenient to JetBlue Park
  • Status: Own

Stadium Centre

Student Housing

Stadium Centre, one of Tallahassee’s premier student housing communities, offers fully furnished apartments with private bedrooms, and amenities for health, fitness, and socialization.

  • Walk or bike to FSU campus
  • Steps to Doak Campbell Stadium
  • In the heart of the College Town entertainment district
  • Voted "The Best Student Housing in Tallahassee" 2 years in a row
  • Yoga studio
  • Academic Success Center
  • Private study lounges
  • Status: Sold

Leasing

Coming Soon

Project components being explored include mid-rise residential, retail, office, restaurant and hotel space built to maximize views of the park and the Capitol building, along with pedestrian-friendly paths to connect the development to downtown.

LEASING

Cascades

Tallahassee, Florida

Careers

Fort Myers

Lease Administrator

Posted: 09-10-18

North American Properties (NAP) is seeking candidates for the Lease Administrator position in our Ft. Myers office. NAP is an active real estate firm in the region and across multiple states with new development projects in excess of $500 million and a retail property management portfolio of 4.2 million square feet.

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