ORLANDO, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott announced that Crossman & Company’s expansion of offices at 3333 S. Orange Ave. will create up to 30 new jobs in the Orlando area. In addition to the expansion, Crossman & Company will retain 55 jobs. Crossman & Company is a real estate firm focused on serving retail landlords throughout the Southeast.
“We are excited to announce the expansion of Crossman & Company and the creation of up to 30 new jobs in Orlando,” said Governor Scott, adding “Our $1 billion tax cut proposal will not only help Florida families but will also help businesses, big and small, throughout our state, he added.
“Included in this proposal is cutting the tax on commercial leases which will enable small businesses to create more jobs and economic opportunities for Floridians. We look forward to seeing more businesses like Crossman & Company expand in Florida,” he said.
“Governor Scott’s focus on diversifying the economy is working in Florida. The savings we will have from his proposed $1 billion tax cut package will allow us to invest in our workforce and expand our reach throughout Florida. The tax cut on commercial leases will keep Florida competitive in a global market, and will create more opportunities for good businesses, from big to small, to grow in Florida.” said John Crossman, President of Crossman & Company.
This year Crossman & Company is celebrating 25 years in the commercial real estate business. Crossman & Company was founded in 1990 and has grown to over 22 million square feet of retail space under lease, throughout six states. The company is based in Orlando with additional offices in Tampa, Boca Raton, and Atlanta. They are expected to open an office in Miami in 2016. Crossman & Company is ranked number one in Florida as the largest retail real estate leasing and management portfolio, with Publix being their largest client.