City Council Approves Retail Redevelopment of Historic Building in Downtown Orlando

by Alex Tostado

ORLANDO, FLA. — Orlando’s City Council has approved the retail redevelopment and reposition One South Orange Building, which was built in the early 1900s. One Orange Development will lead efforts on the redesign, which will focus on 7,000 square feet of the ground floor retail space and deliver an updated canopy and glass wall system and outdoor lighting and signage. The project will also maintain the historic brick detailing from the original building’s design, as well as bringing in a Taco Bell Cantina, which will offer an open kitchen, appetizers and alcoholic beverages. JLL will handle leasing efforts.

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