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Society Orlando Phase 1 Tops Out At 434 North Orange Avenue In Downtown Orlando

Construction has topped out on Phase 1 of Society Orlando, a two-tower mixed-use development of 28 and 16 stories under construction at 434 North Orange Avenue in Downtown Orlando’s Central Business District. Designed by Orlando-based Baker Barrios and developed by Property Markets Group and Raven Capital Management, the approximately 350-foot-tall first phase will yield 484 residential units atop a massive podium with 33,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space and parking spaces. John Moriarty & Associates is the general contractor with Baker Concrete Construction managing concrete construction for the project, which is located on the northwest corner of the intersection between North Orange Avenue and West Livingston Street.

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New Renderings Showcase Conceptual Design For Acram Group’s Magnolia Tower In Downtown Orlando

New renderings have been unveiled for Magnolia Tower, a 20-story mixed-use highrise proposed for 924 North Magnolia Avenue in the North Quarter District of Downtown Orlando. Designed by Baker Barrios and developed by New York-based Acram Group, formerly JMC Holdings LLC, the project is planned to yield 386 residential units and nearly 35,000 square feet of retail and commercial space within a 220-foot-tall superstructure of three interconnected towers and The development would rise from a 1.67-acre site bound by Weber Street on the north and Pasadena Place on the south. The property is currently home to two office buildings and a surface level parking lot, which would be razed as part of the redevelopment. The project is estimated to cost $96.5 million. 

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Brightline Orlando Welcomes Two New Trainsets, Bright Pink 2 and Bright Green 2

Brightline, the only provider of modern, eco-friendly intercity rail welcomes two more trains to Orlando, “Bright Green 2” and “Bright Pink 2.” Brightline’s two trains arrived together at Brightline’s Vehicle Maintenance Facility located south of Orlando International Airport, adding to the fleet of trains that will carry passengers between Orlando and South Florida. Bright Green 2 and Bright Pink 2, six-car trains consisting of two locomotives and four passenger coaches each, left the Siemens Rolling Stock facility in Sacramento on July 8. In total they traveled 3,000 miles across 10 states en route to Florida.

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