Orlando Union Rescue Mission Plans 108-Unit Complex at 1525 W. Washington Street, Orlando, FL

The venture would offer 108 units in three three-story buildings. Image from Click Orlando

Orlando Union Rescue Mission hopes to transform a vacant 4.77-acre property into transitional housing for homeless individuals. The proposed project would comprise three three-story buildings, offering 36 units each—108 homes total.

According to the Orlando Business Journal, homes would range from studio to three-bedroom floorplans. The project is scheduled to go before Orlando city officials on August 20th. City records note that developers hope to get the land changed from Residential Low Intensity (RES-LOW) and Mixed-Use Corridor, Medium Intensity (MUC-MED) to Residential Medium Intensity (RES-MED).

The proposal concerns a vacant 4.77-acre site. Image from Google Earth

Developers also hope “to achieve a higher density.” If greenlit, the 108-home venture would be across from Orlando Union Rescue Mission’s headquarters. Orlando Union Rescue Mission isn’t the only Florida-based organization that hopes to alleviate the Sunshine State’s affordable housing crisis.

Just last week, Florida YIMBY reported on Vincentian Village, an affordable housing development near downtown St. Petersburg. Spearheaded by Ability Housing Inc. and St. Vincent de Paul CARES, construction just started on the 73-unit complex, with completion slated for October 2025. Vincentian Village will serve homeless individuals, those living with special needs, and high-risk families.

Orlando Union Rescue Mission’s 108-unit complex could soon start construction at 1525 W. Washington Street, Orlando, FL, 32805, in Orange County.

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