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New Rollins Hotel to Support Higher Education

New Rollins Hotel to Support Higher Education

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor The new Rollins Hotel, whose construction is scheduled to start this fall, will be much more than a hotel. Named after the patron family that donated the $12.5 million needed for its construction, the Alfond Inn [...]…

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UCF Incubator Project Stalled; Millennium Pointe Apartments Change Hands

UCF Incubator Project Stalled; Millennium Pointe Apartments Change Hands

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor Governor Rick Scott’s recent veto of public-education capital-outlay projects seems to have had a disastrous effect on the University of Central Florida’s (UCF) plans to build a $45 million Interdisciplinary Research and Incubator facility. The Incubator, planned [...]…

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Post’s New Multifamily Development will Provide Extra Construction Jobs

Post’s New Multifamily Development will Provide Extra Construction Jobs

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor A leading developer and operator of upscale multifamily communities, Post Properties Inc., has recently unveiled plans for yet another development that will add 410 more apartments to its inventory of 21,431 units. The Atlanta-based company will [...]…

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Orlando Poised to Become Entertainment Hub

Orlando Poised to Become Entertainment Hub

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor As the city’s tourism seems to be on a path to recovery, Orlando may soon see the long-awaited renovation of its Florida Citrus Bowl stadium. Reportedly, the stadium project was delayed once the recession caused tourist [...]…

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Company to Expand Orlando Presence, Following Market Trends

Company to Expand Orlando Presence, Following Market Trends

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor The Sutton Place Apartment Homes will soon be rebranded and marketed as The Park at Sutton Place, following a recent acquisition by Blue Rock Partners LLC. The real estate management company, in partnership with Deerfield Beach’s [...]…

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Orlando Gets New Arts Center, New Training Facility

Orlando Gets New Arts Center, New Training Facility

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor Orlando may soon become home to two highly ambitious and expensive projects. Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is once again a subject of debate as the May 23 deadline to break ground on the [...]…

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