Downtown Development starts construction on $38M The Ivy-Residences at Health Village

A new $38 million transit-oriented apartment complex now is coming out of the ground near the Florida Hospital SunRail station in Downtown Orlando. Orlando-based Ustler Development Inc. and Atlanta-based Wood Partners announced vertical construction has started on The Ivy-Residences at Health Village, the 248-unit, five-story urban community within walking distance of one of the depots for Central Florida’s $1.3 billion commuter rail SunRail. The first units at The Ivy are slated to be completed later this year and the project is set to be finished in mid-2014. Wood Partners’ related Wood Florida Builders LLC is the project general contractor, Orlando-based Baker Barrios Architects was the designer, Maitland-based Charlan Brock & Associates Inc. is the architect, Homestead, Penn.-based GAI Consultants is the civil engineer and Orlando-based Libra Design Group Inc. is the landscape architect. The Ivy will feature ceramic flooring, 9-foot-4 ceilings, stainless steel appliances, 42-inch cabinets with granite countertops and modern lighting fixtures. Amenities include bike racks, a cyber café & coffee bar, lounge area, yoga/spin room, exercise room, summer kitchen on the pool deck, game room, two community/gathering rooms, dog walk and car charging station in the integrated parking garage. This is one of the $1.1 billion worth of projects in downtown Orlando and its neighborhoods that Ustler Development Principal Craig Ustler has a hand in. Want to know more about Ustler? Read the March 29-April 4 print edition of Orlando Business Journal or check these links: • Craig Ustler rapidly becoming known as Mr. Downtown • Developer Craig Ustler has made urban development in downtown his life’s work

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