Demolition Paves Way for Maitland City Centre
- Feb 12, 2016
By Robert Demeter
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.