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.
A site that once garnered the interest of Orlando-based Simply Self Storage is being prepped to accommodate a 162-room hotel.
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.
It's been three years since Osceola County officials sought bids for hotel developers at Heritage Park and NeoCity. Now they're hoping the timing is right.
City officials say Winter Garden's downtown region is in vital need for more hotel rooms — its newest being the first of its size in nearly a century.
Both hotels are in prime locations on Osceola County's W192 tourism corridor, a market desperately in need of affordable housing.
IHG just bought the lot where it plans to build a 288-key dual-branded EVEN and Staybridge Suites hotel on Orlando's I-Drive tourism corridor.
The development group behind the tabled UNIQ Hotel project on I-Drive, which received much fanfare back in 2015, is once again seeking approvals to see those plans through.
BTI Partners is looking to develop a new condo-hotel building as an addition to its Grove Resort & Spa, thus pushing its unit count to 1,038 suites.
Developer and land owner John Reich began seeking entitlements with Tavistock Development Co. last year in order to divide the site into two tracts that can accommodate up to 50,000 square feet of new commercial space and a 248-key hotel.
South Carolina-based Auro Hotels is subdividing a 7-acre site in the I-Drive tourism corridor into four commercial lots with plans for three new hotels and a parking garage.
A Canadian real estate developer has a purchase contract for one of the largest undeveloped tracts on Osceola County’s W192 corridor and plans a 5-star resort worth at least $500 million.
Plans are in motion for a hotel development within the Eagle Creek PD near the Orange-Osceola county line in southeast Orange County. Learn more here.
Read about the design changes that complement a downtown Orlando historic neighborhood and find out when the hotel is slated to open.