Jernigan

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Jernigan last won the day on October 10 2012

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  1. Maybe there’s some art in Tyjeski Park? Or the park itself?
  2. Hourglass District

    There’s plenty of hyperbole (businesses suffering etc) but it went from being a reliable breeze to get through to stop and go with no apparent benefit. I like the concept but the execution was terrible. Supporters from outside the district preaching about smart growth and showing up to ride bikes one Saturday morning are not helping their cause.
  3. Hourglass District

    That seems like a failure of staff to communicate the projects worthiness to the commission. From what I understand they totally underestimated the backlash.
  4. X Orlando | Three-tower Residential [Proposed]

    Don’t hold your breath on “real retail.” The Mall at Millenia is 3 miles away and one of the top ones in the country. Toys R Us and Sears also said they aren’t interested
  5. The Yard at Ivanhoe | Mixed-Use [Proposed]

    What she’s asking is...where’s the Banana Republic?
  6. X Orlando | Three-tower Residential [Proposed]

    - Retail wants a residential base of 30k and we are at about 16k. - Walgreens was a good example of them being strategic to “hold the corner” even if they didn’t hit their numbers. They’ve hit their numbers. - Wahlburgers was a coup and creatively made it a combo restaurant/corporate office to offset not making their numbers. They’ve consistently hit their numbers - Despite all of this, retail is ultra risk-adverse. The other stores doing well doesn’t matter a bit. Walgreens could lend itself to a CVS coming sooner. - The liquor law change is going to be big for small restaurants to survive and thrive. - City probably needs to regulate the number of bars coming in since they can afford rents that the shops we want to see can’t and drive up rents. - Everything will change in 2 years. Go Knights.
  7. Orlando doesn’t command the rents for new office construction. Lincoln pulled this off thanks to the hotel. Lets see how quickly the vacated space in Suntrust and Seaside fill
  8. Downtown Orlando Project Discussion

    It must be the lots with Crescent and X...though the renderings show roads on all sides. The only other block that size would be the Washington/Robinson/Garland/Gertrude block but that’s further away
  9. Radius | 13-Story Residential [Proposed]

    Wow reminds me of Writer’s Square in Denver
  10. X Orlando | Three-tower Residential [Proposed]

    It’s automatically embedding the PDF on mobile...which looks great when it works. Unfortunately I couldn’t even paste the link otherwise. Will have to try to get to a PC next time
  11. 434 North Orange Avenue AKA Golden Sparrow X Orlando will be a mixed use project located at 434 N. Orange Avenue, the remaining undeveloped parcels of the Central Station project. The project will be built in three phases. Phase 1 includes 290 residential units in a 16-story tower. The Phase 1 units also wrap the Orange Avenue and Livingston Street facades of the garage podium. Additionally, Phase 1 includes 41,000 square feet of retail/commercial space on the ground floor, and approximately 498 parking spaces in a 7-level podium garage. April 2018 ARB Staff Report:
  12. Radius | 13-Story Residential [Proposed]

    ARB report with new renderings: http://www.cityoforlando.net/city-planning/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/04/ARB2017-00022report.pdf
  13. Garage coming along for Ecco on Orange
  14. Your wrong about law firms needing to market to everyone. Sincerely, Every billboard and LYNX bus in Orlando