Orlando

Demolition Complete For 32-Story Mixed-Use Tower At 225 S. Garland Avenue In Downtown Orlando

Demolition is now complete at 225 South Garland Avenue, clearing the way for an exciting 32-story mixed-use development in Downtown Orlando. Designed by Baker Barrios and developed by Lincoln Property Company, this structure, named The Edge, will stand tall at 400 feet and encompass 198,000 square feet of office space, 234 residential units, approximately 2,500 square feet of ground floor retail space, an integrated SunRail station, and a 10-story integrated parking garage. The project signifies the replacement of the former 23,273-square-foot The Ballroom at Church Street, which had occupied the site since 1994, and represents the second phase in the ongoing transformation of the Church Street Station superblock. Notably, the demolition process showcased a commendable commitment to sustainability, with most removed elements thoughtfully donated for reuse, highlighting the project’s dedication to elevated recycling practices.

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Exterior Work On Society Orlando Phase One Approaches The Final Stages In Downtown Orlando

Exterior work is approaching the final stages on the first phase of Society Orlando, a two-towered, 1.5-million-square-foot mixed-use development located at 434 North Orange Avenue in Downtown Orlando. Designed by Baker Barrios and developed by a joint venture partnership between Property Markets Group and Raven & Company, the complex will yield 704 rental apartments paired with over 100,000 square feet of amenities, 33,000 square feet of retail space and nearly 900 parking spaces within a 5-story podium. The first phase of the development will offer 484 residential units spread throughout a 28-story structure topped out at 350 feet, making it the 9th tallest building in Orlando. John Moriarty & Associates is the project’s general contractor, located on the northwest corner of the cross between North Orange Avenue and West Livingston Street.

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