Mixed Use

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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Related Group Acquires 6-Acre Assemblage In Tampa, Plans Mixed-Use Development With 1,079 Units Along Hillsborough River

Earlier this month, Miami-based real estate developer and acclaimed condo king Related Group purchased a 6-acre assemblage west of the Hillsborough River in Tampa for just over $55 million from Hillsborough River Realty Corp. The recently acquired assemblage comprises 4 parcels of land and includes a 2.19-acre site at 102 South Parker Street, a 1.83-acre site at 101 South Parker Street, a 1.75-acre site at 108 Cedar Avenue and a .53-acre site at 110 Keller Avenue, totaling 274,428 square feet of floor area. Related plans on transforming the property into a massive mixed-use development with multiple buildings and yielding 1,079 residential units, 32,760 square feet of retail space and as many as 10 boat slips. The property sits south of Related’s Arabelle Riverwalk apartment complex and across the river from Downtown Tampa.

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