June 26, 2019

Crescent Communities begins prepping site near Sea World for multifamily development

The developer behind the $75 million Novel Lucerne apartment complex in Oralndo’s SoDo District is eyeing a site near SeaWorld for a similar project.

Deal with LG could be gamechanger for NeoCity

Osceola County has been wooing LG and other South Korean tech firms for years. Now it's close to inking a deal for a $500 million LG-branded town center in NeoCity.

Olympus developer scores major land acquisition for sports-themed community in Clermont

Olympus Sports & Entertainment Group just closed on a roughly 250-acre land deal where it's planning to build a $1.5 billion sports and wellness-themed community equipped with sport venues, hotels and homes.

Osceola seeks engineer to redesign ChampionsGate interchange

One of the worst bottlenecks on I-4 is about to get some relief. The state is fast-tracking a redesign of the interchange with funding available next year.

New townhomes will add to development surge around Longwood SunRail station

These new townhomes will be walking distance to the Longwood SunRail station. Find out which national builder is involved in the project.

Development plan set for Futura at Nona Cove after developer lands equity partner

After finding an equity partner to team up with, South Florida-based Futura Development Company is ready to deliver an $80 million mixed-use project in the Lake Nona submarket.

Integra hopes to start work this year on 348-unit multi-family complex near Sanford

The developers believes the new complex will attract employees from the new Heathrow hospital next door.

Developer eyes site on W192 corridor for new Disney-area hotel

The developers say they want to start construction on a 5-story branded hotel within a year.

Jacksonville firm pays $32.5M for Winter Springs apartments

The new owner now holds 17,000 apartment units in the Southeast, including 5,000 in central Florida.

City board wants more design changes for downtown apartment tower

The developer had hoped to be pulling building permits for the new apartment tower, but Orlando's Appearance Review Board wasn't happy with the design.