From rising office towers, hotels, and apartment buildings that enhance our skyline to magnetic performance venues, higher learning campuses, and transportation hubs that inspire and move us, downtown Orlando is booming. Our pro-business spirit unites with the power of collaboration to create a place that is the unrivaled center of our diverse and welcoming opportunity economy.

520 East

The development is comprised of a 13-story building containing 363 residential units with approximately 6,800 sq. ft. of retail space. The project will feature a six-level parking garage, deck, resort-style pool, outdoor cooking area/bar/lounge, and more than 7,000 sq. ft. of indoor leasing and amenity space, including a resident’s lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center, club/game room, dog spa, and business center.

(Location: 520 E Church Street, Orlando 32801)

Creative Village

Creative Village builds on the success of Orlando’s technology and innovation economy by transforming 68-acres of city-owned land into a mixed-use, transit oriented, urban Innovation District anchored by the regional headquarters for Electronic Arts, Inc. (EA) and UCF Downtown and Valencia College Downtown alongside other high-tech and creative companies and a diverse mix of students, employees and residents.Phase I is under construction and represents nearly $690 million in investment with over 350,000 square feet of higher education space, 175,000 square feet of office space, 965 multifamily units, and approximately 600 student housing beds being delivered between 2019-2021.

(Location: 600 W Amelia St, Orlando 32801)

EA Orlando

Electronic Arts, Inc. (EA) is moving their regional headquarters to Creative Village in the fall of 2021 and has signed a long-term lease for a nearly $60 million, privately developed, 175,940 square foot office building. With its relocation, EA will bring 800 to 1,000 high-wage jobs to downtown Orlando. This is the largest corporate relocation in downtown Orlando in decades and an important component of the new Innovation District surrounding UCF Downtown and Valencia College Downtown at Creative Village.

(Location: Concord Street and Ronald Blocker Avenue, Orlando 32801)

Parramore Housing

Mayor Dyer and the Orlando City Council have made a commitment to bring quality and affordable housing options to the Parramore neighborhood. To achieve this, the city has developed a multi-pronged approach that includes multi-family developments, infill single family development, and exploring changes to design standards. The city is seeking to build at least 15 new homes that would be a minimum of 3 bed/2 bath and 1,300 square feet of living area. The CRA will include multi-year home warranties at sale to cover certain home systems and appliances.

Society Orlando

The proposed project will be a three phase multifamily development with 867 residential units, 41,000 sq. ft. of commercial space, and a 1,374 space parking garage. Phase 1 will include 290 residential units in a 16-story tower, 41,000 sq. ft. of commercial space, and approximately 498 parking spaces. Phase 2 will include 285 residential units in a 15-story building and 504 parking spaces. Finally, Phase 3 will add 292 residential units in a 21-story tower on top of the garage and 372 parking spaces.

(Location: 434 North Orange Avenue,  32801)


The I-4 Ultimate construction, which is currently underway and scheduled to conclude in 2021, will provide a completely rebuilt overpass through the Downtown core. This space will provide new dimensions to the former “Bridge District” area, being both higher and wider than the previous I-4 bridges, and present a new opportunity to create a special place in Downtown. Orlando is known as a City for everyone and that includes being a place where individuals and families of all types can enjoy the unique experiences and quality of life found only in Orlando. The vision for Under-i is to be a best-in-the-nation urban park that revitalizes a former underutilized area beneath the I-4 bridge decks, and becomes a dynamic and inviting space that links the east and west sides of Downtown. The park is envisioned to feature active recreation opportunities, aesthetic lighting, performance spaces, artwork, and areas for vendors, creating a new Downtown amenity and gathering place for our community. Construction of the Under-i is expected to commence upon completion of the I-4 Ultimate project in 2021. Construction of Under-i is estimated to take 1 – 1.5 years to complete.