Creative Redevelopment, Great Locations, Persistent Broker Key to Development


Creative vision by the buyer and persistence by the broker resulted in the sale of a Historic District fixture, “The Boat House”.  While I have seen many of the redevelopment details, plans can change.  I will say the plans look exceptional and will bring an exciting addition to Downtown Fernandina. Across from City Hall, this is one of the last large sites with a view, plentiful nearby parking and almost directly across from the Hampton Inn and Suites on 2nd Street.


If you’re looking for a broker with experience and persistence, give me a call during or after hours.  With experience selling a variety of area commercial properties, I’m more than happy to assist or offer a second opinion.  Some past closed sales or listings include sites like the new Dollar General on SR 107, Reflections of Nature’s new site on Arbor Lane, 316 Centre Street (being redeveloped), 30 South 2nd Street and the former Pecan Roll at 122 South 8th Street.  I hope I’m competitive with service and rates, but let me know what you need.

In 2018, I added a commercial drone license to improve client service, offer more frequent updates and, more than you might imagine, inspections of more inaccessible locations. It is also becoming an enjoyable way to promote the diversity here on Amelia Island.

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