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Bunglaower reports a 13-story multi-family residential tower is being proposed for 108 E. Livingston Street called Magnolia Rose. The proposed 320 unit development would also include space for six parcels of ground-level retail. The plan, submitted on 4/20, calls for the City to abandon a section of North Rosalind Avenue, which translates to approximately 77,982 SF of right-of-way, to host an adjoined five-story, 395-space parking garage. http://bungalower.com/2017/04/25/developer-eyeing-livingston-wedge-potential-residential-tower/
https://orlando.novusagenda.com/AgendaWeb/AttachmentViewer.ashx?AttachmentID=88733&ItemID=49208 Just a link to the MPB staff report. I combined Ph 2 tower and Ph 3 former Church Street Station re-work as it seems they are both ramping up to start.
Five-Story, Five-unit, contemporary Townhome building with a maximum elevation height of 57.5 feet located in the Lake Eola Heights neighborhood. 330 Broadway Ave. & 245 E. Ridgewood St. The townhomes will be approximately 4,100 SF each and come with two-car garages and terraces on the top floor offering views of Lake Eola and the Linton E. Allen Memorial fountain. https://www.fountainvu5.com/ This project has begun construction and they are currently forming the foundations on the project site just northeast of Landmark I:
I wanted to post a thread on this to see if anyone else was interested, curious, or knowledgeable about prefab homes. My girlfriend and I are considering either a major addition to our home or demoing the structure and building a custom home. I understood prefab to be better built due to the ability to build in a controlled environment, but also cheaper due to the economies of scale achieved by building similar homes in one location. This would be especially true for the modular homes. However, I am finding many of the prefab homes are priced in the $350-$500/sqft. range, excluding land co