Oculus Development

  • Equus Affiliates Pick Up Three Central Florida Communities

    Village at East Lake, Village at Lake Ned and Village at Park Road in Central Florida recently changed hands. The 710 units in total were sold to companies associated with Equus Capital Partners, Ltd. by affiliates of Oculus Development, LLC and Alex. Brown Realty, Inc.

    Orlando 12 August 2014 16:05

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