First Phase of Lake Nona Town Center opening soon! – Orlando Business Journal

 

 Lake Nona is a place to live, a place to thrive. Check out the new, exciting developments coming soon!

Construction is wrapping up on the first phase of the town center, which features a dual-branded Marriott hotel, and 85,000-square-foot office complex and several restaurants, which haven’t yet been announced. Among the office tenants, will move into its 14,800-square-foot office in January and Nemours Children’s Hospital expects to move into a 30,000-square-foot administrative office in February.

The grand opening of the $50 million Lake Nona Town Center is just weeks away, and that means a larger daytime population of business professionals will soon be appearing in the 8,000-acre southeast Orlando community to add to all the activity in neighboring Medical City.

Construction is wrapping up on the first phase of the town center, which features a dual-branded Marriott hotel, and 85,000-square-foot office complex and several restaurants, which haven’t yet been announced. Among the office tenants, Tavistock Development Co. will move into its 14,800-square-foot office in January and Nemours Children’s Hospital expects to move into a 30,000-square-foot administrative office in February.

Luxembourg-based global workplace provider Regus Group Plc. also will be moving into the town center office building, occupying 15,338 square feet of space on the top floor, as previously reported by Orlando Business Journal. An opening date hasn’t been announced, but Regus already is accepting future bookings on its website.

Meanwhile, Tavistock Development Co. LLC is getting closer to opening a new waterfront cafe and market in Medical City’s residential community, Laureate Park. Tavistock in January is expected to debut the 300-seat, chef-driven restaurant and market, which is a joint effort between Tavistock Restaurants and Concentrics Restaurants, the same company that opened Winter Park’s popular Luma and Prato restaurants.

Check out the gallery of construction photos and an image of how the Laureate Park restaurant and market may look.

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