Catchlight Crossings Starts Construction in Orlando, FL

Construction has commenced on Catchlight Crossings, an affordable and mixed-income housing community in Orlando, Florida, marked by Universal Destinations & Experiences and developed by Wendover Housing Partners. This project, spanning 20 acres of land donated by Housing for Tomorrow (Universal’s not-for-profit initiative), aims to address the need for affordable housing in Central Florida.

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Urban Network Capital Group Breaks Ground On Visions Resort & Spa At 7007 Osceola Polk Line Road In Davenport, Florida

Visions Resort & Spa has officially broken ground, marking the start of construction on the initial phase of the $170 million mixed-use resort community. Designed by Concepto Taller de Arquitectura with interiors by CastillonVanHam and developed by Urban Network Capital Group (UNCG) in partnership with Vertical Developments, the wellness-forward master-planned community will feature luxury single-family homes and townhomes, a 180-unit condo-hotel, and 70,000 square feet of retail space. Residences are designed for short-term stays, allowing owners to rent them through the property’s exclusive hotel program.

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Holocaust Museum For Hope & Humanity Proposed For 75 South Ivanhoe Boulevard In Orlando

A recent proposal presented to the Municipal Planning Board (MPB) aimed to revitalize the historic site at 75 South Ivanhoe Boulevard, nestled between North Magnolia Avenue, South Ivanhoe Boulevard, and Legion Place in Orlando. Guided by the City of Orlando and the acclaimed firm Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners LLP, the initiative sought to establish the Holocaust Museum for Hope & Humanity, blending memorial architecture with educational impact. The MPB reviewed the proposal on October 19.

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Orlando International Airport Sets Stage for Terminal C’s Phase Two Expansion

In a recent move signifying growth, the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority greenlit a contract on October 18th, laying the groundwork for the next expansion phase of the newly inaugurated Terminal C at Orlando International Airport. As per the Orlando Business Journal, the authority responsible for managing both Orlando International Airport and Orlando Executive Airport endorsed a $1.09 million contract with Ricondo & Associates. This Chicago-based aviation consultancy, with a branch in Orlando, will commence outlining the development trajectory for the terminal’s forthcoming phase. Envisioned plans suggest the potential to more than double the existing gates of the south terminal. Currently, the terminal boasts 15 gates, with an additional four in the pipeline and various facilities.

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