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OBJ releases plans for Orlando Health’s Lucerne property

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According to a piece by the Orlando Business Journal, new plans have been released for the Orlando Health mixed use project on the Lucerne property.

According to the OBJ, the first phase of development for the Lucerne project will feature 370 apartment units and 31,000 SF of retail, including an “organic grocery store” which has yet to be named.

The project is a two-part effort by CNL and Crescent Communities. The OBJ got the plans before they were submitted to the City last Friday, to be reviewed by City staff.

We covered a possible Lucerne Promenade project last December, but that project was cancelled when the hospital and the developer, GDC Properties, parted ways. Last year’s plan had suggested having a footprint at least twice as large as the current plan, with more apartments, retail, and additional office space and hotel units.

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lucerne-orlando-health-750xx1632-918-0-68
Image via Orlando Business Journal

According to a piece by the Orlando Business Journal, new plans have been released for the Orlando Health mixed use project on the Lucerne property.

According to the OBJ, the first phase of development for the Lucerne project will feature 370 apartment units and 31,000 SF of retail, including an “organic grocery store” which has yet to be named.

The project is a two-part effort by CNL and Crescent Communities. The OBJ got the plans before they were submitted to the City last Friday, to be reviewed by City staff.

We covered a possible Lucerne Promenade project last December, but that project was cancelled when the hospital and the developer, GDC Properties, parted ways. Last year’s plan had suggested having a footprint at least twice as large as the current plan, with more apartments, retail, and additional office space and hotel units.