City permitting and code enforcement staff are getting a satellite office

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The City of Orlando is working on building a new 22,500 SF office warehouse for permitting and code enforcement field inspection staff.

The single-story building will essentially be a shell co-working space with WiFi access, so employees can upload and download essential data and reports while on the job.

Construction is slated to begin in late August and is expected to last eight months. The projected cost is $4.5 million and will be built by H.J. High Construction.

The development’s address is listed as 202 Andes Avenue, just around the block from the Park of the Americas [GMap].

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  1. Totally needed but did they really need to build a new building? They couldn’t lease an existing building? When (if) the market crashes, they’ll have a beautiful new building with no one working there.

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