Lake Nona Starts Town Center

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Lake Nona starts construction of the Town Center. It will provide a commercial center to support the institutions who have built in the area. Here is an early image of the new modern medical office building at Lake Nona: the Gateway Building by Hunton Brady Architects. The 80,000 sf three-story building’s future healthcare tenants will serve a rapidly growing medical city residential and commercial population. The building is located at Narcoosee Road and Tavistock Lakes Boulevard at the east entrance to Lake Nona’s Lauerate Park.

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The first phase of the  Lake Nona Town Center will include a 200-room, dual-branded Marriott hotel, 80,000 square feet of office, 23,550 square feet of retail/restaurant space, a 300-unit urban-style apartment complex and structured parking. It will bring much-needed office space and restaurant options to the 600-acre emerging Medical City life-sciences hub in southeast Orlando.

Read the whole article by Anjali Fluker in the Orlando Business Journal:




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2 Responses to Lake Nona Starts Town Center

  1. Carmelo Monti (Mel) says:

    Hunton Brady just does some really nice Architecture

  2. Pingback: Our 200th Post! 2 Years of Blogging on Architecture | Orlando Regional Center for Architecture and Design ORCAD

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