2 downtown Orlando buildings are set to hit the market

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A pair of buildings that are less than a quarter of a mile apart in downtown Orlando will hit the market in the coming days, Orlando Business Journal has learned — including one home to a popular bar concept and another located prominently at one of Orange Avenue’s busy intersections.


Jeré Matheny, vice president of brokerage services for Orlando-based First Capital Property Group, is the listing agent taking 14 E. Washington St. and 39 W. Pine St. to market for sale.

The former is a six-story mid-rise at the southeast corner of Washington Street and Orange Avenue, with ground floor tenants including Sly Fox Pub and Jam-Eng Caribbean & English Cuisine. The latter is a two-story building next to Orlando’s Fire Station No. 1 and home to Cocktails & Screams, a popular themed bar.

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