Investments Limited Boca Raton

Investments Limited – Florida Commercial Property Owner and Manager

About Investments Limited Boca Raton

Investments Limited is a prominent real estate investment firm with a diverse real estate portfolio in Boca Raton, Florida, and Boston, Massachusetts. The firm’s distinctive properties include the Royal Palm Palace at 101 Plaza Real South. The 14-acre development features luxury shopping, unique culinary options, Class A office space, desirable rental residences, and flowering gardens. The Royal Palm Palace is well known for its wide range of boutique shops and art galleries, which cater to a sophisticated clientele.

In addition to the Royal Palm Palace, Investments Limited owns and actively manages diverse properties, including light industrial properties, raw warehouse space, freestanding office buildings, and single-family homes. Currently, the firm’s real estate portfolio includes an estimated 2.5 million square feet of commercial property and more than 3,000 apartments.

Committed to improving the livability of local communities, the founders of Investments Limited regularly serve on numerous local boards and committees, and the firm’s leadership team also supports local educational institutions.

Festival of the Arts BOCA: A Unique Experience Every Year

Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, Investments Limited is a real estate organization involved with everything from investment to management and leasing. With more than 3,500 apartments and over 3 million square feet of commercial space, the organization is dedicated to community stewardship and development in South Florida and the greater Boston area. Owners Jim and Marta Batmasian and Investments Limited contribute to programs for at-risk children, educational organizations, and Boca Raton’s annual Festival of the Arts, among other charitable groups.

Held at the Schmidt Family Centre for the Arts at Mizner Park, the Festival of the Arts BOCA was founded in 2007. It features performers of classical music, jazz, and dance as well as films and authors. The Festival has established itself as an important element of the national arts circuit over the years since its inception. Committed to education, the Festival attracts more than 7,000 area students for classes, lectures, and open rehearsals.

The Festival hosts a wide variety of performers whom attendees may not have opportunity to see otherwise. Past speakers at the festival include Doris Kearns Goodwin, Salman Rushdie, and Thomas Keneally, and it has hosted performances by a Grammy-winning soprano as well as American Ballet Theater soloists.