Orlando-based Le-Huu Partners (Website) has filed an ambitious plan with the City of Orlando to convert an 18.3-acre site on the shores of Lake Fairview into a mixed-use development with apartments, condos, retail, and more.

The Lake Fairview West Shore project, which would be located just north of Grill’s Lakeside on Orange Blossom Trail, would make use of four existing parcels near the intersection of OBT and N. John Young Parkway and the Fairview Lake Marina.

Not much else is known about the project other than it would have a maximum height of 50 feet, built-in docks for residents (and potentially for visitors), and an oval-shaped inner courtyard/greenspace.

Lake Fairview West Shore, if approved by the City of Orlando, would be located just minutes north of the under-development Packing District project by Dr. Phillips Charities.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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  1. Looks beautiful & would raise property values.
    Would it affect the area south of Grill’s, but before Fairview Vista Condos? There are several duplexes/small residences there where multiple sexual.offenders live.