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Central City Station Mixed Use Project Coming to Downtown Orlando



The 16,000 sq ft building at 617 West Central Boulevard (MAP) across from Orlando City Soccer's stadium was recently sold to Garber Development, the local gurus of adaptive reuse. They will take the building, built in 1925 and originally used as a packing house, through adaptive reuse and turn it into a mixed-use development called Central City Station. The side yard will be turned into greenspace that will "seamlessly integrate indoor/outdoor spaces."


Garber Development is responsible for the upcoming Mills Place and Maitland Market adaptive reuse projects, as well as the completed Foxtail/Brewstillery/Create Your Nature community hub adaptive reuse project (State Auto Building) in Winter Park. Their currently working on turning the United Trophy building (MAP) in downtown Orlando into a mix use project.

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