Orlando Gateway Project
Orlando Gateway is a 120 acre, high end mixed master-planned project, developed at the entrance to
the Orlando International Airport, at the critical intersection of the Beachline Expressway (SR 528) and
Semoran Boulevard (SR 436). The project is developed with full horizontal infrastructure, including
master storm ponds, interior streets, all underground utilities, a master signage plan, walkable
landscaping, streetscaping, and lighting plans. The project is platted, mass graded with quality soils,
and master planned by the City of Orlando for 1,200 apartment units, 600 hotels, 140,0000 square
feet of retail, and over 275,000 square feet of corporate headquarters office. Zoning is the most
intense zoning of the City of Orlando and would allow significantly higher density.
• All utilities are underground, lift stations in place, master off-site stormwater systems in place
• Sidewalks, street lighting, master signage plan all approved in place
• Property Owner’s Association in place for master systems
• Clean environmental reports are finished, on the auctioneer’s data room
• Geotechnical reports have been done, quality fill has been imported, information in the data room
• Parcel Specific Master Plan has already been approved by the City of Orlando for the 10.75 acres (Net
buildable—zero setback) Phase I apartment site, for 370 units (4 stories, stick built, surface parking).
• Multi family feasibility study by Robert Charles Lesser & Associates has been completed, indicating a
strong, unmet demand for smaller 1‐2 bedroom, high-end luxury apartments to cater to young, well paid
professionals affiliated with Medical City and the airport who are currently driving downtown to live.