LandQwest Commercial Rebrands

Commercial real estate brokerage and property management firm LandQwest Commercial has rebranded to LQ Commercial.

Synonymous with Florida retail, office, industrial, land brokerage and property management for 18 years, this new brand identity is reflective of the firm’s evolution, growth, and positioning for continued success.

“We understand the importance of positioning our client’s asset for success,” said Property Mangement President Mary Gentile, CRX, CSM. “Our goal will continue to provide clients with the best possible experience by enhancing the way we do business. The evolution of commercial property management is an ongoing process of continuous development, investment in technology and training, and a commitment to customer-centric service. We are proud of our track record in these areas, and look forward to continuing to build lasting relationships with our clients, many of whom have been with us for years.”

“LQ” has brought to the Orlando, Tampa Bay, and Southwest Florida markets over 100 brands including ALDI, Tim Horton’s, Millenia Physicians Group, and Celebree Schools. Its entertainment expertise is exemplified by leasing Orlando’s “Margaritaville”. Tampa facilitated BJ’s Wholesale multi-market growth as well as office “power broker” sales. Its industrial division managed and leased both new developments, Centerlinks and Southlinks, in Fort Myers.

These diverse case studies resulted in the need for a more data-driven, marketing-centric approach. As such, a new LQ was born to be a “marketing company providing commercial brokerage and property management services.”

“LQ Commercial’s rebranding marks an exciting chapter in our company’s history,” said Founding Principal John Mounce. “This evolution is predicated on the needs of the commercial real estate community, and showcases our dedication to innovation while staying true to our most core value … doing what’s best for our clients.”

In addition to the rebrand’s visual elements, LQ has unveiled a new website –




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