Ustler Development, Inc.
  Craig Ustler - President/Owner
Developer, project manager and chief administrator for most Ustler Group commercial real estate and business developments.
Ustler Properties, Inc.
  Tom Ustler - President/Owner
Commercial real estate brokerage responsible for various Ustler Group projects and select third-party clients.
VelocityRED (formerly Emerge Real Estate Ventures, LLC)
  Brooke Myers - President/Owner
Commercial real estate development, investment and consulting company, partnering on various Ustler Group projects.
Black Elk Group, LLC
  Helen Martinez - President
Commercial real estate development, investment and consulting company collaborating on various Ustler Group and VelocityRED projects.
Downtown Orlando Restaurants
Since 2001, Craig Ustler has been a principal and founding partner in the development, ownership and operation of several local restaurants in Downtown Orlando.
  HUE Restaurant – Opened December 2001
Central City Market - Opened March 2002
Kres Chophouse – Opened November 2003
Citrus Restaurant - Opened May 2007
Cityfish Restaurant - Opened October 2007
North Quarter Tavern – Opened June 2015
Baoery Asian Gastropub - Opened October 2015
Soco Restaurant
  Original concept developed, owned and operated by Thornton Park Restaurant Group, LLC with Executive Chef/Partner Greg Richie. Soco is located in the Thornton Park District of Downtown Orlando and is a 4500 SF restaurant with 150 seats that opened in September 2014.
Reyes Mezcaleria
  Original concept developed by operating partners Jason and Sue Chin of Osprey Tavern and Seito Sushi in Baldwin Park. The restaurant is in the former Citrus Restaurant space. Reyes features Regionally Inspired Mexican Cuisine and Fine Spirits. The space is 5900 SF with approximately 150 seats and opened in May 2017.

Urban Think Foundation
  Urban Think Bookstore was a 3000 SF local and independent bookstore in Thornton Park developed in 2001 by principals Craig Ustler, Picton and Carla Warlow, Taylor Dudley and various investors. It was redeveloped in 2010 as “Urban Rethink”, which was a co-working environment and community space for the creative class. Urban ReThink closed in October 2013. A surviving legacy is the Urban Think Foundation which has developed successful educational, creative and literary programs, including Page 15 and Burrow Press.