KPMG to Build $430M Training Campus in Orlando’s Lake Nona Development
KPMG’s facility will feature an ‘Innovation Center,’ as well as 800 guest rooms, fitness and outdoor recreational facilities and multiple food and beverage venues.
ORLANDO, FLA. — KPMG LLP, a global tax advisory services firm and one of the Big Four auditing corporations, plans to develop a 55-acre, 800,000-square-foot training and conference complex within Tavistock Group’s Lake Nona, a 14-square-mile master-planned development in Orlando. KPMG didn’t disclose the estimated costs for the new complex, but the Orlando Sentinel reports that the campus will cost roughly $430 million to develop. The facility will feature an “Innovation Center,” as well as 800 guest rooms, fitness and outdoor recreational facilities and multiple food and beverage venues. The facility is expected to serve 50,000 KPMG employees annually, according to the Orlando Sentinel. KPMG expects to create at least 80 positions to work at the facility and that an additional 250 third-party contract operator positions will be created. New York-based Gensler is designing the campus to achieve LEED standards. Construction is expected to kick off this spring and wrap up in late 2019.