Application Process for Lease
We value your interest in leasing space within our commercial office park, and are committed to providing a smooth and professional leasing experience. To ensure a smooth and efficient leasing process, We will describe the steps to submit your request.
Feel free to contact our leasing office.
We look forward to welcoming you as a valued tenant in our office park.
Please note there is a $250 non-refundable application fee.
Should a tenant encounter a problem with a space, please refer to page five (5), section five (5) and six (6) of the lease agreement, or available by click CONTACT. To determine who is responsible for the repair.
In the event a repair is the responsibility of the landlord, please addressed to complain form to request the maintenance.
If a repair is determined to be the responsibility of the tenant, can use the preferred vendor list for service.
Rules and Regulations for Tenants
We value the harmonious and efficient functioning of our office spaces. To ensure a conducive environment for all tenants, we have established the following rules and regulations:
Common expenses are shared costs incurred for maintaining and managing common areas and facilities. Tenants will be billed for these expenses based on their leased square footage or as outlined in the lease agreement.
Payment of common expenses should be made in a timely manner to avoid disruptions in services.
Detailed breakdowns of common expenses can be provided upon request to enhance transparency.
Common expenses (NNN): Water, Sewer, Trash, Landscape, Alarm System, Outdoor Video Security, Exterior Cleaning, Exterior Lighting, Association Fees, Building Insurance, Property Taxes, and Management Fees.
Tenants are responsible for the proper disposal of regular waste in designated garbage containers.
Prohibited items, including pallets, bulky items, tires, hazardous materials, and other specified materials, should not be discarded in regular garbage containers.
Arrange for the appropriate disposal of prohibited items through designated waste management services.
Uses of Parking Spaces:
Parking spaces are not designated for individual tenants and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Guests are allowed to use parking spaces, subject to availability.
Tenants should refrain from reserving or blocking parking spaces for private use or events.
Common areas, including green areas like gardens, sidewalks, and any other areas outside the buildings, are for shared use and enjoyment.
Tenants are expected to keep common areas clean, clutter-free, and free from personal belongings.
Events and gatherings are not allowed in common areas to avoid disturbances to other tenants.
If you require further information or have additional questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out management office or refer to the F.A.Q. section below.
Failure to comply with these rules and regulations may result in warnings, fines, or the termination of the lease agreement. We appreciate your cooperation in adhering to these guidelines to maintain a harmonious and pleasant office environment for all tenants. Should you have any questions or require further clarification, please reach out to the management office.
For keys to your suite’s mailbox at the Orangewood Business Park, please go to the USPS office whit a copy of your lease.
USPS South Creek Location
1701 W. Wetherbee Rd.
Orlando, FL 32837-9998
Orange County Resourses
Prior to launching your business, we highly recommend diligently following the steps provided by the Orange County office. These steps are essential to ensure compliance with local regulations and establish a strong foundation for your business. By adhering to the county’s requirements, you can navigate the administrative process smoothly and set yourself up for success.
Orange County Florida planning and Zoning
You can consult the following link that will help you in the process.
Planning and zonning quick reference guide
You can download the guide.
Orange County use permit application form
You can download the form.
Polar King Services, Inc
2148 Orinoco Drive, Suite 324
Orlando, FL 32837
Contact: Freddy Porras
B & E Fire Safety
Insured / Bonded / State Certified EF0000761
1927 N. Main St.
Kissimmee, FL 34744
Custom Installers Security
Contact: Michael Buras
Yes, tenants are allowed to renovate and remodel their office spaces. However, they must adhere to certain guidelines and obtain necessary permissions before initiating any changes.
Yes, it is essential for tenants to inform the management about their remodeling plans in advance. They should submit a detailed proposal outlining the changes they wish to make.
Yes, the commercial park may have specific guidelines and standards for remodeling projects. These guidelines ensure that the work meets safety regulations and maintains the overall aesthetics of the park.
Tenants are allowed to make cosmetic changes to their office spaces, such as painting the walls, changing flooring, and installing new fixtures. Significant structural changes or alterations that may affect the building’s integrity may require additional approvals.
The commercial park management may have a list of approved contractors or construction companies that tenants must choose from. This helps ensure that qualified professionals handle the remodeling work.
If a tenant does not adhere to the remodeling guidelines or starts work without obtaining proper consent, they may be subject to penalties, fines, or required to revert the changes.
As the lessee, you are responsible for managing power outages caused by power company failures, inappropriate use of outlets, or jumps in the fuse box.
If you experience a power outage, please follow these steps:
a. Check if the outage is isolated to your office or building-wide. If it’s building-wide, contact the utility company to report the outage.
b. Inspect your office for any tripped circuit breakers in the fuse box and reset them if necessary.
c. Verify that all electrical equipment and appliances are in good working condition and not causing the outage.
No, heavy-duty equipment should be connected only to designated outlets with adequate electrical capacity. Overloading outlets may cause power disruptions and damage to the electrical system. If you need additional electrical requirements, please consult with a licensed electrician.
Any modifications to the electrical system, including outlets, should be done with prior written consent from the landlord. All changes must comply with local electrical codes and be performed by a licensed electrician.
To prevent power issues, make sure to:
a. Avoid using multiple high-power devices on the same circuit simultaneously.
b. Unplug unnecessary devices and chargers when not in use.
c. Refrain from using extension cords or adapters as a permanent power solution. d. Regularly inspect electrical cords for damage and replace them if needed.
Yes, air conditioning is provided as part of the office space rental. It is available for the lessee’s use during the lease term.
To maintain optimal air quality and efficiency, we recommend changing the air conditioning filter at least every three months. However, more frequent changes may be necessary in high-traffic or dusty environments.
As the lessee, it is your responsibility to periodically change the air conditioning filter. Regular filter replacements help ensure the system operates efficiently and minimizes potential issues.
In case of any air conditioning failures, please take the following steps:
a. Check the thermostat settings to ensure they are correctly configured.
b. Verify that the air filters are clean and not causing any restrictions in airflow.
c. If the issue persists, contact an air conditioning repair service or use one of the preferred providers listed in the lease agreement.
While we recommend using one of the preferred provider listed in the web page, you are free to choose any reputable and licensed air conditioning repair service. Please ensure they have the necessary qualifications and expertise to handle the specific brand and model of the air conditioning system.
The lessee is responsible for ensuring regular maintenance of the air conditioning system. This includes cleaning filters, reporting any issues, and scheduling routine maintenance by a qualified professional.
Yes, we have a comprehensive security system and surveillance cameras installed throughout the commercial park to ensure the safety and security of all tenants.
Yes, to request access to the surveillance camera footage, please submit a formal written request to the administration.
We encourage tenants to prioritize the security of their individual office spaces. If you wish to install additional security cameras within your office, please ensure proper installation and adherence to building regulations.
The retention period for surveillance footage varies, but we generally retain the footage for a reasonable period (usually one month), as required by local laws and regulations. This duration allows for effective incident investigation and response.
Yes, there are strict guidelines on the use of surveillance camera footage to protect the privacy and security of all tenants. Unauthorized distribution or sharing of footage is prohibited and may result in legal action.
The surveillance cameras are monitored on a 24/7 basis, ensuring continuous coverage and real-time response to any security issues or emergencies.
If you observe any security concerns or suspicious activities, please report them to the complex management or by contacting the police office immediately. Prompt reporting helps maintain a safe environment for all tenants.
Tenants are required to adhere to the approved garbage management guidelines. This includes disposing of regular office waste in designated garbage containers and arranging proper disposal of prohibited items, such as pallets, bulky items, tires, and hazardous materials.
Only regular office waste, such as paper, cardboard, food packaging, and general small pieces of trash, is allowed in the designated garbage container.
No, pallets, bulky items, tires, and carpets are not allowed in the regular garbage container. Tenants are responsible for proper disposal of these items through appropriate waste management services.
No, construction materials, appliances, mattresses, and furniture should not be disposed of in the regular garbage container.
Tenants are responsible for the proper disposal of these items through appropriate waste management services.
For proper disposal of pallets, bulky items, tires, carpets, or large items, please contact the designated waste management service provider for guidance on proper disposal procedures.
No, construction materials, appliances, mattresses, and furniture should not be disposed of in the regular garbage container. Proper arrangements should be made for their removal or disposal. Please contact the local service disposal service.
No, batteries of any kind should not be discarded in the regular garbage container. Tenants are responsible for disposing of batteries at designated battery recycling centers or collection points.
No, chemical products such as paints, oils, or other dangerous and flammable items are strictly prohibited from being discarded in the regular garbage container. Improper disposal of these items poses environmental and safety hazards.
Improper disposal of prohibited items may result in fines or penalties for the responsible tenant. Additionally, it poses environmental risks and may lead to damage or contamination of the premises.
Common expenses refer to shared costs incurred for the maintenance, repair, and management of common areas and facilities. These expenses are divided among tenants based on their leased square footage or as outlined in the lease agreement.
Common expenses are typically calculated annually or periodically, as specified in the lease agreement. The billing cycle and payment instructions will be communicated by the building management.
No, there are no designated parking spaces for individual tenants. Parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis for all tenants and their visitors.
Since parking spaces are not designated for individual tenants, reservations are not possible. However, tenants can reserve parking spaces for special events through the building management, subject to availability and prior approval.
Common areas include shared spaces accessible to all tenants and visitors, such as parking spaces, green areas like gardens, sidewalks, and any other areas outside the buildings.
No, common areas should not be used for storage of any materials or personal belongings. Keeping common areas free from clutter ensures a safe and comfortable environment for everyone.
No, the use of common areas for organizing events or gatherings is not allowed. Common areas are shared spaces meant for the convenience and enjoyment of all tenants, and using them for private events can disrupt the regular activities of others.