Doctor buys 3rd downtown-area property, this one set to become meadery

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A corner property in the popular Mills 50 commercial district has sold -- and the buyer’s name is becoming familiar to anyone following commercial real estate in the area surrounding downtown Orlando.

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The 6,000-square-foot building at 1121 N. Mills Ave., at the southeast corner of the thoroughfare’s intersection with Lake Highland Drive, sold March 28 for $2.3 million, or $383 per square foot.

The buyer was DRNK Investors LLC, an entity affiliated with Orlando neurosurgeon Dr. Ravi Gandhi.

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It is his third commercial real estate purchase in the immediate area surrounding downtown Orlando since February, when he headed a group that bought The Veranda at Thornton Park for $2.75 million.

In March, his group paid $7.4 million for the ground-floor retail component of Thornton Park Central.

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