Fulcrum Adaptive Reuse Project to Bring Offices, Retail and Food to Busy Downtown Corner
A new adaptive reuse project called Fulcrum* (Website) will transform the 140,991 SF building at 150 North Orange Avenue (MAP) into creative office space with large, dramatic windows, shared tenant spaces and street-level retail.
This four story, 141,000 SF building at the corner of Jefferson Street and North Orange Avenue will feature 76,000 SF of large format, class-A creative office space with the largest contiguous open space in downtown Orlando. 24,498 SF of dining and retail, a dynamic, activated lobby, coffee bar, and informal meeting spaces will fill the ground floor.
Developers Third & Urban and FCP are investing more than $4.5 million to improve the building’s exterior, common areas and tenant amenities and provide a new office experience for existing and future tenants.
The back alley will be redesigned into a destination with fresh landscaping and a large-scale mural. A nationally recognized artist is creating the mural, with design currently in the planning stages.
For cyclists who bike to work, the building will have on-site showers and bike storage.
Fulcrom is FCP’s first commercial office investment in Florida following investment in nine multifamily development and acquisitions throughout the state.
The building was originally developed as a JC Penny department store in 1960. It was later transformed into an office building in the 1980s. The last facade renovation the building received was in 2000.
*Fun fact: a fulcrum by definition means a thing that plays a central or essential role in an activity, event, or situation.
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