SC Advisors Real Estate Development - DR. PHILLIPS CHARITIES



DEVELOP 60,000 SF HEALTH PAVILION AND 180 UNIT SENIOR HOUSING CAMPUS

Dr. Phillips Charities is one of the largest landholders in Central Florida and also one of its most generous benefactors. Using the revenue from their income-producing properties, DPC has granted over $160 million to charitable initiatives throughout the region.

In 2013, DPC set out to develop a 26 acre in-fill site in the heart of the Dr. Phillips community in a way that would enhance the surrounding community while achieving the return on investment needed to advance their charitable initiatives. They turned to SC Advisors.

SCA launched a comprehensive feasibility study including a site analysis, exhaustive market and trend studies, and pro forma business and development models. What emerged was a vision for a high end senior housing complex and a health pavilion housing multiple medical disciplines, many of them related to senior care.

Once DPC’s leadership approved the plan, SCA proceeded with site planning, use permitting, building design and possible deal structures. We then guided DPC through the selection of senior housing and health care partners and helped negotiate their terms and agreements

Upon successful completion of the pre-development work, SCA was retained to provide Developer’s and Owner’s Representative Services for the design and construction of the 60,000 sf Spring Lake Health Pavilion and 180-unit senior housing campus.

Ground was broken in late 2015 and the project is on its way to a successful completion.

SC Advisors Real Estate Orlando Projects in Singapore Review - Brent Daubach joins SC Advisors, LLC

Brent Daubach has joined SC Advisors, LLC, as project manager for the Citrus Bowl stadium renovation. With 15 years of design and construction experience, Daubach brings diverse skills and expertise in sports venues to one of Orlando’s most noted landmarks and the SC Advisors team.

Daubach's previous projects demonstrate his extensive expertise in project management, scheduling, budgeting, negotiations and field supervision. He served as project manager for the $515 million retractable roof stadium for the Miami Marlins. This project included a retractable wall located in the outfield, state-of-the-art video displays, modern finishes and public art throughout the stadium's exterior.

In addition, he coordinated the $250 million renovation of the Kansas City Royals' Kaufman Stadium and served as project manager for the St. Louis Cardinals' new Busch Stadium.

Daubach attended the University of Illinois, receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering.

With more than 40 years of team experience and $2 billion in development and transactions, Orlando-based SC Advisors specializes in owner’s representation, public/private development, acquisition/disposition and investment/trust advisement.

Shearin-Hathaway Group: House Calls: Real Estate Staging Tips; highlight your Home’s Selling Points

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After several extremely slow years in real estate, it seems that inventory is increasing and houses are beginning to sell again. Putting a home on the market takes a lot of preparation, but doing the work is well worth the time, effort and investment.

I have assisted several sellers in this process in the past few months and I have some suggestions for potential sellers.

The first and most important tip for staging your home involves emptying it of your stuff, personality and history. Ideally, a house should show like a model home: fresh, neutral and free of anything not absolutely necessary.

Throw away, give away and pack away anything you no longer need, use or love. Don’t keep anything you can live without for several months. Gather various boxes and packing materials and begin to edit one space at a time. Also, pack away personal items like family photos, stylized fabrics, furniture and collectibles and any references to religion, ethnicity or politics.

Try to re-create the living room from a model home, with a sofa and loveseat or chair, end tables and a coffee table. A modern TV, a few lamps and some well-chosen accessories that complement the colors and style of the home is all you need to initiate the feeling of a comfortable room, which helps the buyer imagine themselves there. Allow open space and show as much of the floor, baseboards and walls as possible, as that is the actual real estate being offered. Clear pathways and empty storage spaces infer plenty of room to grow.

Another important goal of staging is to highlight the selling points of a home. Keep window coverings open to emphasize a beautiful view; minimize the number of appliances on a countertop to show off the beautiful stone; arrange a decorative vessel of kindling, greenery and pinecones to acknowledge the wood burning fireplace. Tall candlesticks placed on the edge of the deep bathtub, a café set and lantern on the lovely patio or a tray with an open book and large mug on the window seat also look great. These are ways we encourage buyers to imagine their best possible lives.

Another goal is to detract from the challenges of a house and minimize any concerns or confusion ahead of time. If the neighbor is too close, erect a fence, screen or fast-growing tree. If the kitchen is outdated, consider adding stainless steel accessories to introduce a modern feel. If the purpose of a space is vague, define it as an office with a desk, a guest room with a bed or an entry area with a bench or table.

Setting the stage will result in a smoother process, higher offers and faster sale.

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