Downtown Orlando CitiTower to Break Ground this Summer A new 23-story luxury apartment high-rise called CitiTower will start coming out of the ground sometime this summer in downtown Orlando’s Thornton Park. Naples-based Summa Development Group LLC is expected to break ground on the $42 million, 233-unit CitiTower apartment project on the northeast corner of East
Developer Plans $102M Downtown Orlando Apartment Complex Downtown Orlando’s housing stock is set to get even bigger in the coming years, thanks to a new apartment project being planned by Jefferson Apartment Group, whose office is located right next door to our Metro City Realty boutique office. The McLean, Va.-based developer bought the property just east
Apartment Trend is Accelerating in Downtown Orlando Standing inside the lobby of Orlando’s newest luxury apartment complex, Nora, Mayor Buddy Dyer noted that this was his fourth ribbon cutting ceremony of the week – a sign of the increased building in Orlando. Dyer was attending the dedication and ribbon cutting at Nora, an eco-friendly, urban rental development
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Looking for a new home can be a pretty exciting task. With that much money on the line, it’s worthwhile to read up on the process before you set out. Unnecessary mistakes can and should be avoided while trying to get the best deal for your money. As a first-time homebuyer, proper guidance from seasoned
Developers are looking at building a mixed-use project in Ivanhoe Village along Virginia Drive and Alden Road. The development is being called The Yard. Local developer Chance Gordy with Real Estate Inverlad Development LLC told Bungalower that they are working with the community on the plan before submitting for approvals from the city. “We’re trying to
Nearly half a dozen construction projects are creating a downtown Orlando construction boom, according to Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. The projects are mostly residential, with 900 units being built over several projects. Commercial construction is ongoing too with both a hotel and office building planned for Orange Avenue north of Colonial Drive. Over the last
Construction is kicking off this week on the Brownstones at Thornton Park, a new upscale townhome development in one of downtown Orlando’s trendy neighborhoods, which marks the first time in many years that a new for-sale product is being built in the area. F&J Developers LLC is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony October 9 at 300 S.
Have you heard of the newest addition to our downtown Orlando community? Thanks to Orlando’s latest innovation, the SunRail, downtown is introducing the first transit-oriented development called Crescent Central Station. This $200 million, 278-unit luxury apartment community and 15,000 square feet of retail space will be located at 400 N Orange Ave. at the intersection