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New plans & retailers for Lakeside Village Center's Phase 2 in Horizon West

The two parcels highlighted in blue lie at the corner of Silverlake Park Drive and Winter Garden Vineland Road, where Boyd Development has a bank, Taco Bell/Pizza Hut, autocare center and multi-tenant retail building in varied stages of development.

Plans for the final buildings by Boyd Development in Phase 2 of Lakeside Village Center in Horizon West are under review by Orange County, with a retail shell featuring a breakfast chain and coffee shop expected to anchor the project.

Lakeside Village's Phase 1 was developed over the past five years as a joint venture by Ram Real Estate and Boyd Development with a Publix grocery anchor, Chase Bank, 7-Eleven, McDonald's and Windermere Medical Center.


Phase 2 involves about 16.8 acres across six parcels directly south of the Publix, with the properties fronting Winter Garden Vineland Road, Silverlake Park Drive and Village Lake Road/Reams Road. Boyd's Lakeside II Partners LLC acquired a portion of the Phase 2 property in June 2014 from homebuilder Ashton Woods for $1.537 million.

Boyd filed a Development Plan on Wednesday for the last portion of the Village Center's Phase 2, a 9,000-square-foot multi-tenant retail building that will front Winter Garden Vineland Road.


That building size was revised down from an original 10,000 square feet to accommodate a drive-thru around the building. Starbucks and First Watch are named as end-cap tenants on the DP elevations, though those deals are still being negotiated, said Kevin Merideth, head of marketing and acquisitions for Boyd.

South of that retail building on the hard corner is a Bank of America branch now under construction, and to its west is a Pizza Hut/Taco Bell that opened earlier this year.

West of the Taco Bell is a planned Sweetwater Car Wash, for which a DP was submitted last month, and to the west of that will be a 6,200-square-foot Action Gator Tire autocare center on 0.86 acres, which Boyd submitted a DP for on Wednesday as well.

Other portions of Phase 2 further along in development include a My Neighborhood Self Storage, which bought a 2.2-acre parcel in February 2015 from Boyd and opened its new facility earlier this year.

The first lot developed and opened in late 2015 for Phase 2 was for a Bright Horizons Child Care.

Local physician Niral Patel, founder of Windermere Medical Center, is developing 21,000 square feet of professional/medical office space on 2 acres he owns on the southwest corner of the Phase 2 area.

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