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  1. DreS0803

    Zoi House Orlando/ New Tallest [Proposed]

    Really looking forward to the next ARB meeting on November 15th. Includes review for Zoi House. Link: http://www.cityoforlando.net/city-planning/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/11/ARB2018-11AgendaDRAFT.pdf
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    Golden Sparrow | Three-tower Residential [Proposed]

    Idk if im late but in the ARB Final Review for Nov. 15th it shows additional exterior options for X Orlando. Without the plants this thing actually looks pretty good. Link: http://www.cityoforlando.net/city-planning/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/11/ARB2018-10011report.pdf
  3. This thing is really going to make an impact on South Eola
  4. Are they already putting the first floor plate!?!?
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    Zoi House Orlando/ New Tallest [Proposed]

    BizJournals reported that this can start as early as 2020.
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    Zoi House Orlando/ New Tallest [Proposed]

    We’re only asking for 450ft. Is it really too much to ask?
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    Downtown Orlando Project Discussion

    What is this +One project? Looks to be on the same lot as Zoi House Orlando. Is this an old proposal that never happened?
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    Downtown Orlando Project Discussion

    After the city reviews it, it’ll likely change in architecture but hopefully it doesn’t change in height. I really hope this goes through so we can finally get a legit tower built. How long has it been since we broke 30 stories ?
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    Downtown Orlando Project Discussion

    Rumor: BOA may move into SunTrust Center in downtown Orlando It would be a major move for the bank, located inside its eponymous Bank of America Center at 390 N. Orange Ave., to enter the 30-story SunTrust Center, the region's largest multitenant office building. No new tenants have been announced to backfill the space in the SunTrust Center, as Atlanta-based SunTrust Banks Inc. (NYSE: STI) is moving its Orlando headquarters in August 2019 into the $125 million, 28-story SunTrust Plaza at Church Street Station being built by Lincoln Property Co. The broker who handles leasing at SunTrust Center, John Gilbert, managing director at JLL, also said he couldn’t comment on “any of the leasing prospects.” But he said he hopes to share some “exciting” news by the end of the year. Bank of America makes sense for the SunTrust space, said Jeff Sweeney, senior director with Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK). The bank's current downtown lease is ending soon, and a move into the SunTrust Center would mean occupying a more iconic location than its current space because the SunTrust tower is in the heart of the central business district. Bank of America has been in its current space for about two decades and it’s “time for a re-do,” Sweeney said. Robbie McEwan, senior director of HFF in Orlando, agreed. One of the biggest reasons the move makes sense: The infrastructure to support a bank tenant is already in place at SunTrust Center. Plus, it's not surprising if Bank of America would want to move, as tenants tend to regularly trade spaces in buildings downtown to get better deals. https://www.bizjournals.com/orlando/news/2018/09/19/rumor-boa-may-move-into-suntrust-center-in.html
  10. Time for a weekly update!
  11. Any progress on 520?
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    Orlando Magic Entertainment Complex [Proposed]

    With the passing of Rich DeVos do you think that’ll change the plans of this? I know his family wants to sell the team so they probably will want to sell the complex with it because it’ll increase the value.
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    Golden Sparrow | Three-tower Residential [Proposed]

    In the renderings phase 1 looks dwarfed but at 251ft it’s actually a bit taller than skyhouse which is at 249. Hopefully we can at least get the first 2 phases off the ground. With the lack of apartments in Orlando (based on vacancy rates) and UCF coming and growing the campus this project should work. They promote co-living which is more suitable for college students anyway. I like that we’re diversifying the options you have downtown. Creative Village is probably going to be a college town there’s also south eola which is becoming more and more urban and you also have CBD. I guess we just have to wait and see how the market plays out but with the shortage in new homes being built apartments should thrive. Also here’s the ARB report from 8/30 http://www.cityoforlando.net/city-planning/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/08/ARB2018-10011reportR.pdf