Benderson has added another Publix to its rapidly growing portfolio. The Florida-based real estate company today acquired the Publix Super Market at Olde Village, located at 55 N. Indiana Ave. in Englewood, FL. 


Benderson has been growing its property portfolio exponentially over the last few years with acquisitions totaling over $1.7 billion and more than 10 million sq. ft. Recent noteworthy acquisitions include a 4.5 million-sq.-ft. portfolio of 28 Fred Meyer superstores located throughout the Pacific Northwest and Alaska; two Trader Joe’s in Columbia, SC, and Asheville, NC; Whole Foods in Alexandria, VA; Thrivent Financial headquarters in Minneapolis, MN; Crossings at Siesta Key (formerly known as Westfield Siesta Key) in Sarasota, FL; Bee Ridge Square in Sarasota, FL; and ground leases under the Hampton Inn Manhattan/Times Square Central, The Highland Dallas, Curio Collection by Hilton, Willard Towers in Washington, DC and The Plaza Santa Fe in Santa Fe, NM. 


Founded in 1949, Benderson Development has grown to become one of the nation’s largest privately held real estate companies. The company’s portfolio includes more than 800 properties totaling over 51 million square feet in 41 states.