Georgia firm files $100M lawsuit about land near convention center

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Fourth Watch Acquisitions -- a Georgia-based real estate entertainment company that last month filed a $250 million suit related to part of Universal Orlando Resort’s Epic Universe theme park property -- now is seeking $100 million in damages from two other parties regarding some land on the International Drive tourism corridor.

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Fourth Watch on April 26 filed a lawsuit with the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court in Orange County alleging a breach of contract regarding a 2017 deal the firm had with OHL Holdings LLC, a firm that traces back to Stan Thomas, the former land owner of the 1.5-acre parcel at 9837 International Drive.

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In addition, Fourth Watch named CPR Money LLC, an entity tracing back to Boston-based UC Funds, the current owner of the land.

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