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Parliament House to be demolished

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The Parliament House, which closed on November 2, will soon be demolished.

Permits have been filed seeking approval to tear down the former LGBTQ+ resort complex, currently located at 410 N. Orange Blossom Trail [GMap].

CONFIRMED DEMO PERMIT APPLICATION

Bungalower has reached out to Miami-based Lion Financial, the new owners of the property for comment but had not received a response at the time of this post. A City of Orlando spokesperson has stated that at this time, Lion Financial has not shared their plans for the property. Lion Financial purchased the property for $300,100 earlier in the year in an auction, but it is valued at well over $2 million.

The Morse Museum of American Art had reportedly expressed interest in saving the landmark Parliament House sign, which is itself a reproduction of the original neon sign, but they had not connected with the former owner, Don Granatstein at the time of this post.

A timeline for the demolition has not been made public at this time.

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The Parliament House, which closed on November 2, will soon be demolished.

Permits have been filed seeking approval to tear down the former LGBTQ+ resort complex, currently located at 410 N. Orange Blossom Trail [GMap].

CONFIRMED DEMO PERMIT APPLICATION

Bungalower has reached out to Miami-based Lion Financial, the new owners of the property for comment but had not received a response at the time of this post. A City of Orlando spokesperson has stated that at this time, Lion Financial has not shared their plans for the property. Lion Financial purchased the property for $300,100 earlier in the year in an auction, but it is valued at well over $2 million.

The Morse Museum of American Art had reportedly expressed interest in saving the landmark Parliament House sign, which is itself a reproduction of the original neon sign, but they had not connected with the former owner, Don Granatstein at the time of this post.

A timeline for the demolition has not been made public at this time.

HAVE A MEMORY OF PARLIAMENT HOUSE THAT YOU’D LIKE TO SHARE? CLICK THIS GRAPHIC AND RECORD A STORY FOR US VIA THE BUTTON AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST.