Milk Stacks apartments has officially broken ground in Orlando, Florida. The three-story residential venture will comprise 27 boutique units on a 1.31-acre lot divided into five parcels.
Per the Orlando Business Journal, plans also involve renovating a two-story 10,000-square-foot office building that’s approximately 131 feet away. Both projects will share more than 30 parking spots.
Eleven18 Architecture designed the venture. The project’s unique design includes pillars that look like giant milk tanks. It’s also meant to pay homage to Orlando’s dairy district and the nearby T.G. Lee dairy.
In total, Milk Stacks apartments requires 25,260 square feet of new construction. Atrium Capital Group calls it a “live/work” residence. Conceptual renderings suggest that the community could also offer ground-floor retail, although this hasn’t been officially confirmed.
Given Milk Stacks apartments’ size and scope, the general contractor could finish construction in less than 18 months. Sources list Z Development Services as the civil engineer and Verity Construction Company as the general contractor. Many of the entities involved in this project are based in the Central Florida area.
Milk Stacks apartment’s address is 211 South Bumby Avenue, Orlando, Florida, 32803, in Orange County. The community is east of I-4 and north of Florida 408.