10-unit townhome project proposed for Park Lake Highland will bring modern design mixed with traditional materials
A developer, Mictra Development LLC, is asking the Municipal Planning Board to consider changing the designation of a lot in Park Lake Highland from Downtown Activity Center to Residential High Intensity. The new designation will allow for a new 10-unit townhome development on a vacant 0.33 acre site at 110 and 114 E. Marks Street in the Park Lake Highland area, north of Downtown Orlando.
In the Marks Street Townhomes paperwork, the applicant describes the project as, “modern forms intermingled with warm traditional materials…the Urban Brownstone concept that has been created for this site provides intimacy and scale.”
The proposed townhouse buildings would be four stories high, and have a single entry drive with access to private garages. The land surrounding the vacant lot is currently zoned for commercial use.
This project is currently scheduled for a public hearing at the Municipal Planning Board on September 20, 2016. Below are some more renderings of the Marks Street Townhome project proposed for Park Lake Highland.
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Source: “Developer hopes to put 10-unit townhome project at Marks and Magnolia,” Bungalower