Lowndes Advises BluRock Commercial Real Estate on Mixed-use Development in Downtown Orlando’s SoDo District
Lowndes is providing zoning and land use counsel to BluRock Commercial Real Estate for the development of an 82,000-square foot mixed-use project in the SoDo submarket of Orlando, Fla. The proposed master plan includes medical offices on Orange Avenue, with multifamily residential located between Magnolia and Rosalind Avenues.
Located on seven acres of contiguous property that were assembled in 11 separate transactions, the project, known as “Southern Oaks,” calls for construction to be completed in four phases, beginning with 143 multifamily units spread across a mix of three-story and two-story buildings. The 36,240-square foot medical office building will be built during Phase B, with Phases C and D marked for future development.
Lowndes attorney Rebecca Wilson, who chairs the firm’s Land Use, Zoning and Environmental Group, is representing BluRock during the approval process.
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