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Also, council members gave Patrick Kirkland a six-month extension to build a proposed 132-unit retirement community east of Babcock Street.Kirkland, president and chief executive officer of Tropical Village of Orlando, said construction of the 12-acre Pelican Bay Club north of Palm Bay Road should begin within a month and residents can move in early next year.
The first buildings will be the clubhouse and congregate living building, followed by 11 three-story residential buildings.Rentals will range from $575 to $676 a month, Kirkland
said the complex will be similar to one that Tropical Village runs in Newport Richie.
Resident Dorothy Nunn expressed concern that the complex may include young people who could impact already-overcrowded schools.But Kirkland
said only 1 percent to 2 percent of residents in their other sites are younger than 55.
Tropical Village Inc.; Management Team
Patrick B. Kirkland, PresidentA seasoned, successful entrepreneur, full professional in performance, attitude and appearance with demonstrable success in business start-up, real estate development, mortgage banking and planning.Mr. Kirkland is a second generation of investment financing. Laura M. Wade, Director of Administration and Executive Administrative Assistant to Mr. Patrick B. Kirkland
Advisor Page - California Department of Corporations Halts Sales of Investment in Senior Triple
The company's president and owner, Patrick B. Kirkland, along with the company's sales executive, Heather Showalter, were named in the Desist and Refrain order for violating California securities laws.
Mortgage Fraud - Mortgage Fraud News
The company's president and owner, Patrick B. Kirkland, along with the company's sales executive, Heather Showalter were named in the Desist and Refrain order for violating California securities laws.
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Patrick Kirkland, the ...
Patrick Kirkland, the primary architect of a fraudulent securities scheme involving the sale of real estate investments known as triplexes, was sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission.The United States District Judge for the Middle District of …