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The former Orlando Surgery Center in Ivanhoe Village is slated to become something much different in the coming year. We wrote about the building being purchased by Australian businessman Tim Majors, of Majors Investments (Website) in August, 2015, HERE.

According to the College Park Community Paper, the building at 2000 N. Orange Avenue [GMap] will store Majors’ vintage car collection on the bottom floor and an outdoor bar and private offices on the second floor for his employees. The third floor will be home to the M Lounge, a rooftop bar that will be open to the public from Thursday through Saturday.

Also mentioned in the College Park Paper is the addition of an exterior glass elevator on East Yale Street for access to the M Lounge.

The building is expected to be finished by the end of the year.

To read the full report by the College Park Community Paper, click HERE.

Brendan O'Connor

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  1. See ken Ken Fryne, you don’t have to go to Cali! Look what we are getting right here iN sunny FL.

  2. OK thank you!!! do you know what they are doing with the old Barneys flooring next door? and what is going on on the opposite corner Princeton & Orange where the theater was?

  3. Why would anyone use a building in such a great location as their personal garage?

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