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150 North Orange Avenue Renovation (AECOM Building) [Proposed]

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Renovation of the existing property includes 77,000 SF of office/coworking space and 12,000 SF of ground-floor retail, 3,700 of which is slated for restaurant fronting the corner of Orange Ave and Jefferson with outdoor seating area. Updated facade will feature modernized design and lighting including Corten Steel focal point for main entrance and signage on the corner. The project is being developed by Third & Urban with local assist from Foundry and architect for the new construction/reno is Smith Dalia Architects. Demo will begin September 2019 with reno expected to begin November 2019.

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Primarily cosmetic dressing on the exterior, but I like it. Goes to show what can be done with very little. I'm not familiar with the current interior so hard to tell what improvements are being made.

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11 minutes ago, dcluley98 said:

Yes, it is the Cornerstone Building. They are re-naming/branding it to "150 North Orange" with new signage. 

wow. the redo of it back in 2007ish wasn't worth a darn...didn't last at all.

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The inside is nice.  I was in it when it was Gladding Jackson.  AECOM took much of the space over and I've heard its nice inside.   Far cry from the JCPenney days.

Sidenote:  Is Seacoast just marching itself up the road until it ends up in the old BOA building or something?

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6 minutes ago, jrs2 said:

wow. the redo of it back in 2007ish wasn't worth a darn...didn't last at all.

Seemed dated from the minute it was finished -- while these new facade updates are needed, they don't seem to address the underlying issue that the building looks like a dressed up warehouse.  It's very one dimensional in that regard.

And by removing some of the (albeit tacky) ornamental elements of the botched renovation years ago, it seems they are heading for an even more industrial look.

I would have gone in the direction of the BOA building on Park Ave in Winter Park and brought in more traditional elements.

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Yes, they are very much going for the Industrial/Loft look. Especially with the Corten Steel. Looks like it should go in The Yard.  It is an aesthetic that Third & Urban do regularly with their properties. I like it a whole lot better than the previous treatment, however. 

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8 hours ago, codypet said:

:  Is Seacoast just marching itself up the road until it ends up in the old BOA building or something?

They bought First Green Bank which resulted in then moving across the street.

Loved GJs space with the bike racks in the window.  AECOM still has them but they moved them.

 

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@Jernigan Yea they were in the old Rutledge Building before they were in the AECOM building.  Now they're in the Old First Green Bank Building.  So I'm curious if they're just marching up the road.

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