The Sevens Location

The Sevens, a mixed-use building project at 777 N Orange Ave [GMap] in the North Quarter district of Downtown Orlando, will break ground later today.

When we first told you about the nine-story building a year ago, the project was originally set to break ground earlier this year.

The building, being developed by Pizutti, spans almost the entire block on Orange Ave between Park Lake St and Colonial Drive (stopping just short of Colonial).

The building includes 333 apartments, 8,000 square feet of retail space and an integrated parking garage.

The retail space will be along Orange Ave on the northern half of the building.

Naeem Coleman, Manager of Economic Development for Pizzuti, told Bungalower that he expects a restaurant and service retail to occupy the space.

“The Sevens will be a luxury 9 story building with the amenity area on the top floor. This will give us amazing views of the southern skyline while offering a neighborhood feel,” Coleman said.

The building is scheduled to be complete early 2016.

The project dates back to December 2008 when Pizutti first proposed an 11-story building on this property.

Here’s a look at the latest renderings for The Sevens and the floor plans:

Looking down Orange Ave:
Corner View Looking Down Orange Ave - 02042014 (2)

South Garden:
South Garden

Orange Ave:
The Sevens - Orange Ave

South Side:
The Sevens - South Side

Park Lake St:
The Sevens - Park Lake St

East Side:
The Sevens - East Side

First Floor:
The Sevens 1 Floor

Second Floor:
The Sevens 2 Floor

Third through Seventh Floor:
The Sevens 3-7

Eighth Floor:
The Sevens - 8 Floor

Ninth Floor:
The Sevens - 9 Floor

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  1. I have mixed feelings … on the one hand, more residents and dollars will bring more businesses (hopefully local), though you are correct that the only new developments near or in downtown are upper scale, and way out of the price range of common folk.

  2. I’ve been anxiously awaiting this development for years!  I do hope the ground floor restaurant space brings in a hip, younger vibe than some of the other Uptown establishments.  With all the apartment dwellers, we could use a livelier concept.

  3. Seven 7’s- isn’t that satanic? It can’t be a coincidence there are excacly 333 rooms. Do the math people – the devil’s in there somewhere.

  4. Why the griping? Housing equals people; people equal retail that we are lacking. What am I missing?