If you have looked at Orlando’s skyline recently or taken a drive around the city, then you realize that there are many exciting building projects going on. The Orlando skyline has already more than doubled in the last 10 years, and no one expects it to stop anytime soon with over 90 percent of downtown office space occupied and an even higher percentage at Lake Nona. While many development projects have a small scope, there are others that may change Orlando’s skyline forever.
The 68-acre Creative Village in the downtown area is scheduled to open in August 2019. This development will be anchored by Valencia College and the University of Central Florida will also see many new office buildings along with student and market-priced housing. Companies have already said they are interested in constructing over $1.5 billion in retail establishments in this new downtown Orlando development.
The last hurdles are being jumped for the building of the Orlando Magic Complex. The latest rendition released in September 2018 features a 25-story hotel that will face the I-25 corridor along with a large office tower. There will also be plenty of entertainment and dining options along with a multi-family residence. The venue also will feature a central events plaza. The developers hope to have this project completed by late 2021.
After breaking ground in October 2017, the Church Street Plaza is the tallest new construction building in Orlando that is not a multi-family housing unit. Once completed, it is expected to contain 180 hotel rooms, over 200,000 square feet of office space and over 5,000 square feet of retail space. This building is designed to have a terrace between the 18th and 19th story as the most notable feature of this modern-style building near Interstate 4.
Plans are well in progress for the building of three towers in the X Orlando project. Once finished, it will be the largest residential apartment complex in the city with the first tower containing more than 900 apartments. The complex will also house more than 35,000 square feet of co-working space along with 85,000 square feet of commercial space.
This proposed project is set to have more than 1.5 million square feet of space. The developers are still amassing the property that they need to make this development that will house several 12-to-15 story buildings work. The current plan also calls for a redesign of Jackson Court.
Regardless of the project, one thing that they all share is the need for roll off container rental in Orlando. The best provider for many construction companies is Tip Top Containers. Regardless of the size of your project, contact them today at (407)660-2022 about your needs for roll off container rental in Orlando. They have many different options available, so one will perfectly fit your project.