A rezoning request sought by local developer Rafael Martinez was approved Wednesday evening, allowing his proposed 126-unit apartment project to move forward.
If approved, the vast parking lots at Artegon could be redeveloped with over a thousand apartments, a new hotel and more shops.
From the time of its previous selling price in 2015, the 252-unit apartment complex has increased in value by more than 25 percent.
The developer is under contract to sell more than 10 acres of land north of its Sunrise City Plaza project that lies directly south of the Orange/Osceola county line.
After paying nearly $42 million for 534 acres within Horizon West's Town Center, the developer has more details to share including the name it wants to give the new community.
The nearly 40-acre lot will be split in half to favor the development of a market-rate apartment community to the north and mid-rise condominium-style suites to the south.
With at least 11 PDs going through Orange County’s permitting process, Horizon West’s Village I will soon take shape and join its four sister villages that are currently being built out.
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.
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 homebuilder is beginning the build-out process of its planned Sand Lake Sound residential community near Restaurant Row.
The builder has filed plans to add 212 more townhomes to the resort community, but it's changing up the design to appeal to residential buyers.
This is the second time in recent weeks that a major resort company near the Daryl Carter Parkway and Palm Parkway intersection moves to sell off excess land for multifamily development.
With hundreds of acres slated for new construction and a growing opposition to development, the ruling may have broader implications on future projects by The Packing District.
Broadstone at Winter Park, a 268-unit multifamily mid-rise development, was 85 percent leased at the time of the sale. The deal breaks down to about $315,112 per unit.
The developer, a known critic of Osceola's latest increase on school impact fees, is going before the DRC with a new multifamily proposal.
The Aloma United Methodist Church closed it doors last month after its nearly 7-acre site in Winter Park drew multiple bids for the property.
The Orlando developer has filed engineering plans for the first of five phases for the 578-lot subdivision in Lake County's U.S. 27 corridor.