Cameron Kuhn, the developer behind signature Orlando projects like The Plaza in downtown Orlando, is planning a new 36-story tower in the Central Business District, adjacent to the interstate and the city’s upcoming Under-I urban park project.


The parcel, which is located at 110 Jefferson Street [GMap], is currently a surface parking lot that doesn’t see much use outside of larger downtown events and showcasing Orlando Weekly‘s seldom-moving event van.

According to paperwork filed with the City of Orlando, the proposed $200 million development would include 544 new residential units, 40,895 SF of office space, 22,000 SF of retail space, and 350 parking spaces on levels two through five.

A sixth-floor amenity deck, as seen in the featured image above, would feature an outdoor pool and places to gather, and the top floor would feature short-term rental units and a restaurant.

The plan is scheduled to go before the Municipal Planning Board on September 20, 2022.

Brendan O'Connor

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