Demolition Paves Way for Maitland City Centre

Developers continue to make way for Maitlands metropolitan oasis.

By Robert Demeter

Maitland City Centre Demolition Day
Maitland City Centre Demolition Day

Maitland, Fla–The trio development team made up of the Allen Morris Company, Lamm & Company Partners and Millenia Partners announced the start of the demolition process at the 3.2-acre parcel where the partnership will build Maitland City Centre, a US$67 million, mixed-use development poised to be an urban live/work community. The general contractor for the development is Walker Lamm Joint Venture, a partnership between Lamm & Company Partners and Walker & Company, Inc.

Maitland City Centre will serve as a premier metropolitan oasis with bustling sidewalks, stylish dining venues, upscale retail establishments, art and design galleries and alluring residences. The rental apartment homes will incorporate a fusion of contemporary design and refined elegance with gourmet kitchens, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and landscaped terraces.

“Demolition is a visually satisfying milestone of the significant progress we have made in bringing our plans for a thriving, vibrant community to fruition,” said W. Allen Morris, chairman & CEO of the Allen Morris Company.

As previously reported by Commercial Property Executive, the six-story development designed by ACi of Winter Park features 220 one and two-bedroom rental apartments and 24 live/work units that combine a one bedroom apartment with office space, along with 32,500 square feet of commercial space. Residences range from 700 to 1,300 square feet and are priced from $1,300 to $2,400 per month.

Complementing the project’s luxury residences, Maitland City Centre amenities include a resort-like retreat, a rooftop pool will feature a palm-lined sundeck with cabanas, barbecue pits and party areas overlooking Festival Street and the city’s central green space. A state-of-the-art fitness facility will offer the latest exercise equipment, and specialized areas for sports. Residents will also have access to a 24-hour business center, high speed public Wi-Fi and multiple conference rooms.

Maitland City Centre is scheduled to break ground in spring 2016 and is slated for occupancy in 2017.