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  1. Radius | 13-Story Residential [Proposed]

    It may be prime for a unique building but it's definitely not a prime spot - awkward really. I think it's passable and will help to make this section of downtown a bit more pedestrian friendly.
  2. Kissimmee | St. Cloud | Celebration

    The most recent addition to the lakefront is the Veterans Memorial (below). The final phase (4) of the park redevelopment is currently u/c and will extend the park asthetic to Neptune Rd and link up with a planned trail that will provide a direct connection to NeoCity.
  3. Kissimmee | St. Cloud | Celebration

    The development that kick started Kissimmee's redevelopment efforts nearly a decade ago, Kissimmee City Center, is going strong with fully occupied retail / restaurant (on the left hand side) - has become a bit of a destination: Roundabouts are replacing 4-way stops in the downtown areas: Kissimmee City Centre condos in the background. And a few photos of the Lake Toho redevelopment - 4 years and $25 million later:
  4. Kissimmee | St. Cloud | Celebration

    Was able to spend a few hours in downtown Kissimmee today. SunRail Station progress and the new intermodal center parking garage: The Toho Square redevelopment project is moving along. This includes a garage flanked by apartments and townhomes:
  5. Mills/50

    Ferncreek 20 progress:
  6. Winter Park & Maitland

    Park Hill progress - looking quite urbane:
  7. Just Wow

    I've noticed this too. I've seen Park Ave and Wall Street Plaza featured on the app as well.
  8. Does the Cambria development include the 800 foot highrise behind it?
  9. Orlando Restaurants & Bars

    The management team behind Chillers is taking over the space. Given their success and longevity in the Orlando restaurant scene, this could be a good sign for the future success of NQ.
  10. Orlando Attractions Area News & Developments

    Does Sun on the Beach at Old Town still host a gay night? That had a pretty loyal following a few years ago.
  11. SunRail [Phase 1 Completed]

    I think the argument for merging the alternative transportation agencies together would be that a harmonious short and long term transit plan could be developed and implemented for the region. The problem is, not a single leader is stepping forward with vision to propose and implement a plan. Any serious metro system in Orlando must include the light rail link from I-Drive / Universal to Downtown (and points north) and another eastward light rail that connects UCF and downtown, a street car network downtown (and the immediate neighborhoods surrounding it), expansion of SunRail (OIA spur, OBX). I would also throw in that Orlando's wide roads make it easier than most cities to build dedicated bus ways (like those in Mexico City, for instance), that could get people at long distances to points more quickly.
  12. Orlando Attractions Area News & Developments

    There was a time, especially in the 90s, where there was an appetite in America for exactly what you describe above, and 192 was quite literally the poster child for it. Osceola is hastily looking for ways to leave that era behind. Unfortunately, they don't have Disney's piggybank and what took Disney only a few years with the transition of downtown Disney to Disney Springs, is likely to take Osceola decades. i just find it surprising that anyone would advocate for it on I-Drive, especially the sections that were built with the foresight to avoid it when it was a trend.
  13. Orlando Attractions Area News & Developments

    Because that worked out so well for Osceola County...
  14. Orlando Attractions Area News & Developments

    If only some of that Miami Beach-style garage architecture had actually rubbed off here...
  15. Orlando Attractions Area News & Developments

    What an ugly building.