Everest Place, a Massive Mixed-Use Venture, Headed to Kissimmee, FL

Everest Place is a massive mixed-use development headed for Central Florida. The 224-acre project, which is estimated to cost $1 billion, will offer 783 condos, 793 hotel rooms, 900 apartments, and a 12-acre water park. Plans also call for commercial and retail space, including a shopping village and medical center.

Homes range from around 500 to 1,800 square feet.

One hotel on the premises is called “the Mysk by Shaza.” It offers 272 condo units and 190 standard hotel rooms. The upscale brand offers world-class service and various amenities, including a swimming pool, fitness center, and on-site international dining. The brand has locations in the Middle East. The other hotel is Nickelodeon-themed, featuring 209 rooms and 196 condo units, per the Orlando Business Journal.

Homes range from studios to multi-bedroom layout plans. Residences measure around 530 square feet to 1,800 square feet. Residential amenities include a ladies’ spa, a children’s playroom, and more. Homes go for around $300,000 each, with some exceptions. Everest Place will reach completion in phases.

One of the hotels is called “the Mysk by Shaza.”

Construction has already started on the first phase. Everest Group owns the venture. Sources report that this is the organization’s only active venture. Everest Place’s address is listed as 3250 FL-429, Kissimmee, Florida, 34747, in Osceola County. The venture’s within 35 minutes of Orlando International Airport and a short drive from Walt Disney World Resort.





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