Hotel & Hospitality Developments

  • Multifamily, hotel entitlements sought for South I-Drive property

    Multifamily, hotel entitlements sought for South I-Drive property

    The owner of the Caribe Royale resort is looking to add entitlements for 341 multifamily housing units, 300 hotel rooms and 100,000 square feet of commercial space to property it owns along South International Drive and State Road 536 in Orange County. Owner and developer Sierra Land Group, Inc....

  • GreenTree readies plan for $300M infill redevelopment next to Amway Center

    GreenTree readies plan for $300M infill redevelopment next to Amway Center

    Local developer Timothy Green has spent much of the last year assembling nearly two city blocks adjacent to downtown Orlando's Amway Center and will submit plans in October for a $300 million mixed-use entertainment district that highlights the neighborhood's rich cultural heritage. The filing...

  • Osceola settles code enforcement case with key Disney-area land owner

    Osceola settles code enforcement case with key Disney-area land owner

    Osceola County Commissioners voted Monday to reduce code enforcement penalties against the owner of the Orlando Sun Resort & Spa by $560,344 and close the case against the long-vacant hotel. The move clears the way for the owner to proceed with a rezoning and DRI rescission for the property and...

  • Magic to file revised master plan for downtown entertainment district

    Magic to file revised master plan for downtown entertainment district

    With groundbreaking anticipated in 2019, the Orlando Magic and its new architect have revised the master plan for the long-anticipated Sports and Entertainment District across from the Amway Center and are actively seeking development partners for the hotel and multifamily components of the district....

  • Magic Village resorts to be rebranded as Wyndham Trademark properties

    Magic Village resorts to be rebranded as Wyndham Trademark properties

    Orlando-based Magic Development and Wyndham Hotels & Resorts revealed the details of their new branding partnership on Tuesday, including relaunching the company's two vacation-home resorts as Wyndham Trademark Collection properties. Magic CEO Rodrigo Cunha told GrowthSpotter the company decided...

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  • Legoland Florida to add new 150-room hotel tower at theme park

    Legoland Florida to add new 150-room hotel tower at theme park

    Legoland has followed through on plans first reported here a year ago to expand its hotel offerings at the Winter Haven theme park. Parent company Merlin Entertainments Group filed a site plan and construction documents on Aug. 16 with the city and Southwest Florida Water Management District for...

  • Xentury City marketing land around Gaylord Palms for new luxury hotels

    Xentury City marketing land around Gaylord Palms for new luxury hotels

    Next year's opening of Disney's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge attraction has prompted the Saudi owners of 200-plus acres surrounding the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center to revamp their marketing strategy for the land. Master developer Xentury City has engaged CBRE's Robert McEwan to market...

  • Architecture & construction team ready plans to develop own hotel in Orlando

    Architecture & construction team ready plans to develop own hotel in Orlando

    A hotel architecture and construction team are pursuing the first development of their own in Florida via the Orlando market, filing plans this week for an extended stay property near the University of Central Florida.  Located at 1675 Bonneville Drive, directly southeast of the E. Colonial Drive and...

  • Pinellas developers plan new dining, hotel at Haines City Main Street corner

    Pinellas developers plan new dining, hotel at Haines City Main Street corner

    A family-run commercial development firm based in St. Petersburg is seeking permits for an infill redevelopment project that could bring a 120-room hotel, dining and retail to Haines City. East Madeira Corp. Principal Richard Travis told GrowthSpotter his grandfather started the business in the...

  • Developer explores mixed-use project for dormant office bldgs along I-4 in Altamonte

    Developer explores mixed-use project for dormant office bldgs along I-4 in Altamonte

    Tennessee-based developer 3H Group is exploring mixed-use redevelopment plans in Altamonte Springs for two long-vacant office buildings, including a potential hotel, retail and new office product.  Located at the southwest corner of Interstate 4 and S.R. 436, the 4.25-acre site was bought in May...

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