I posted the attached message in the Plant ID Forum. Just in case we have people here that don't regularly watch the ID forum I am attaching a link the post. If anyone here thinks that can help me ID this plant, I would appreciate it if you could take a quick look, there are other pictures in the post.
No, it is not a Theoboma, it does look similar, particularly the color of the new leaves, but I have T cacao and it is not it. The best I have been able to figure is it is in the genus Triplaris.
I have attached a picture I saw on TopTropicals website. The new leaves coming on the plant look identical in coloration and the manner in which they emerge. It is a dioecious plant. The male trees are not too exciting but the famale trees look very impressive. I am hoping it is a female! After it does flower I am going to attempt to find a tree of the opposite sex.