Published at: 2015-05-27 08:46 | Author: David Karch
By March of 2012, when the Amway Center in downtown Orlando was demolished, preparation of a master plan
for the 62-acre site it stood on had already been underway for several years. In an effort to take advantage of its bustling digital arts media industry and burgeoning tech scene, the City of Orlando asked developers to submit proposals on what to do with the former Amway Center location. The end result of this process was the city’s decision to pursue the creation of a $1bn-plus multi-use scheme called Creative Village. The first step in the realization, the expansion of public transport throug...

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