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Packing District files plans for new grocery store

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GAI Consultants has just submitted a two-phased Master Site Plan to the City of Orlando for the construction of a new commercial project in The Packing District in the Fairvilla neighborhood, just to the west of College Park.

The development is located in the northeast quadrant of the intersection of North
Orange Blossom Trail and Princeton Street. The first phase of the project calls for a replica of a historic juice stand that was previously located on the property, three future outparcel pads, parking and the supporting infrastructure, and the second phase would be a new grocery.

While the project hasn’t publicly announced the name of the grocer that would occupy the 28,864 SF supermarket, both Orlando Business Journal and GrowthSpotter seem fairly certain that it will be a Publix.

The plans are still pending approval from the City of Orlando.

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GAI Consultants has just submitted a two-phased Master Site Plan to the City of Orlando for the construction of a new commercial project in The Packing District in the Fairvilla neighborhood, just to the west of College Park.

The development is located in the northeast quadrant of the intersection of North
Orange Blossom Trail and Princeton Street. The first phase of the project calls for a replica of a historic juice stand that was previously located on the property, three future outparcel pads, parking and the supporting infrastructure, and the second phase would be a new grocery.

While the project hasn’t publicly announced the name of the grocer that would occupy the 28,864 SF supermarket, both Orlando Business Journal and GrowthSpotter seem fairly certain that it will be a Publix.

The plans are still pending approval from the City of Orlando.