Entries by WeKnowNona

Central Florida vies for $242M in future sports biz

  If a new Orange County committee plays its cards right, the region may host two major sports events with the potential to bring in hundreds of millions of dollars in new #business. The county’s tourist development sports incentive committee — a group that began meeting this month to help vet the best uses of […]

What to Expect in the Homebuying Season

What to Expect in the Homebuying Season April 17, 2018 Homebuyers will need to be on their toes this homebuying season if they are to snag their dream abode if the typical time taken to sell a home in 2017 is any indication. According to a report by Zillow, #homes sold faster than ever in 2017, […]

Developer preps site for apartments, shops near SunRail station

  An 18.4-acre property adjacent the SunRail Sand Lake Road station is being readied for site work. Landowner Sandlake Station Partners LLC, an affiliate of the Aventura-based Master Real Estate, is seeking Orange County approval to mass grade the property for a new development that would include a 38,000-square-foot commercial building and 196 apartments on vacant land at […]

Tavistock exec’s commitment is building Lake Nona’s sports empire

Lake Nona is one of Central Florida’s fastest-growing regions and a hotbed for new development in all aspects including #sports and wellness. Inside Lake Nona is a burgeoning 300-acre sports district that’s home to the U.S. Tennis Association’s $100 million USTA National Campus and the future $20 million Orlando City Soccer training facility. The USTA National Campus at […]

Lake Nona area to get new grocer, restaurant and more

Emerson International Inc. wants to build a new retail center in southeast #Orlando near #Lake Nona. The Altamonte Springs-based development firm is seeking approval from the Orange County development review committee on April 11 to build a 40,600-square-foot retail center in the Eagle Creek community. The $6 million-$8 million commercial center would be built on 8.29 acres […]

Stressed about work? You must live in Florida

   7 things to know today Good morning, #Orlando! Lately, it seems like everywhere you turn, someone is talking about — or offering advice on — how to deal with stress. Stress levels nationwide have been rising for many demographics since their low point in 2016. Common stressors include the future of America and money, along with uncertainty […]