ContraVest plans to break ground on a $52 million apartment complex that will mark the first development within Amer Group’s 50-acre mixed-use project on Lake Bryan.
Mills Place in Winter Park and Central City Station in downtown Orlando are the latest in a string of adaptive reuse projects Garber Development is undertaking across Central Florida.
Lennar is one of the biggest vacation home builders in Osceola County. Now it's looking to bring that model to Orlando's I-Drive tourism corridor.
The final occupant on Orlando Magic’s Sports & Entertainment District land assemblage in downtown Orlando is moving out next week, thus clearing the way for construction to begin — but as one official puts it: The team plans to “take its time."
A site that once garnered the interest of Orlando-based Simply Self Storage is being prepped to accommodate a 162-room hotel.
The self-storage facility north of Orlando's Health Village would have retail on the ground floor and a roof-top terrace that could open to the public as a restaurant or neighborhood pub.
After selling its latest warehouse properties for $42 million, the developer is prepping to build another 108,000 square feet of spec industrial.
More than a decade after it was pulled off the market, the last vestige of the McCoy Naval Annex in Orlando is once again for sale — this time attracting national interest.
A recently submitted site plan shows the developer wants to convert the former 18-hole Eaglewood Golf Club into an apartment community with 30,000 square feet of commercial space.
The Altamonte Springs-based developer will invest $15.6 million in the project, which will provide much needed affordable housing for low-income seniors.
Plans call for about a half-million square feet of new industrial space, but several lawsuits brought along by neighboring residents and environmentalists linger in the background.
Over the past 30 years, the land on State Road 408 - Colonial interchange has remained vacant. Now, at least one developer is seeking to rezone it for multifamily use.
The ideal bid would include a craft brewery or co-working space with upstairs apartments for the land right behind its City Hall.
Coming off the heels of a recently completed amenity expansion, the development team behind the 226-key resort is looking to add three new high-rise towers to its property.
Land sales in Central Parc at Howell Branch spell new retail and office development starting this year
Foxtail Coffee and Nobel Learning have signed on as tenants in the new $18 million mixed-use center in South Seminole County.