Downtown Orlando Condominiums An HOA fee means a periodic charge collected by a homeowners’ association (HOA) from each condo owner. You may also hear an HOA fee called an assessment. HOA fees cover the maintenance of the common areas and services as well as the wages of building staff; in some condos, some of your […]
Downtown Orlando includes over 40 commercial and residential development projects that have recently been completed or are in the works. The 246-unit Nora luxury apartment and mixed-use project in the Uptown District entered the market in 2015. NORA is located on a 2.5-acre site at the corner of North Orange Avenue and Marks Street in […]
Central Business District 1,000 acres Businesses 1,100+ New Residential Units 4,300 (since 2000) Traffic 175,000 AADT on Interstate 4* Parking More than 33,000 public, private and metered spaces Sports Venues 3 *Annual Average Daily Traffic Livin’ Population 43,388 Households 20,520 Average Household Income $66,242 Median Age 41.3 Education 40% college degree (associates and higher) Workin’ […]
According to a release out of Creative Village, funding has come through for their first market-rate apartment building. SunTrust Robinson Humphrey has arranged a $66 million loan for The Allen Morris Company and Ustler Development, Inc, the team behind the estimated $108 million Creative Village Parcel M Apartments project. This specific project consists of a […]
Plans have been filed to build a new 19-story mixed-use tower in Downtown Orlando anchored by a 256-room luxury hotel. The hopeful new hotel would be a Radisson Blu brand which they describe as “upper upper scale” with a “yes I can” service philosophy. This, if approved, would be one of the first Blue hotels […]
Florida is an intriguing state when it comes to buying and owning rental property. On one hand, demand for homes — especially single-family homes — has been consistently on the rise in Florida. Yet despite the demand, it doesn’t necessarily convert to more homebuyers. Instead, even though Florida boasts fairly low housing prices statewide, many […]
The Pizzuti Companies expect to start work next week on The Sevens — a nine-story apartment complex that will further cement North Orange Avenue as downtown Orlando’s newest residential hub.
Sculptors, artisan welders, painters, screen printers, furniture makers and other craftsmen have taken root in a cluster of warehouses north of downtown Orlando, helping to bring a cool vibe to Ivanhoe Village and the Lake Formosa area that other urban neighborhoods covet.
Owners of the two downtown blocks the Orlando Sentinel leases have filed plans to redevelop the land with apartments, offices, shopping and a hotel.
Home prices in DowntownOrlando rose again in June, but did not continue the streak of double-digit growth, according to URBANISTA