Orlando-based developer AMP Group is getting ready to start the second phase of the
Orlando Crossings shopping center, a project that involves refreshed facades, refurbished shop spaces and new tenants that cater to the region’s tourist market.
A new Banco do Brasil Americas, set to break ground in June, will cater to Brazilian
tourists and may boost their visiting experience. Orlando-based Rabits & Romano Architecture Inc. has designed a bank which is bright, contemporary, with dynamic intersecting shapes, and a hovering roof plane. It is sure to be eye-catching.
You can learn more about the architects at their website:
Read the complete article by Anjali Fluker in the Orlando Business Journal here: