What was formerly known as the AT&T building is now being called in to serve another purpose: office and retail space in an area that’s in need of both. Though the importance of apartment complexes for the growing number of families and young professionals who call downtown Orlando home shouldn’t be undervalued, a major aspect of any growing city is keeping space open for businesses to thrive.
As architects of this complete conversion, we cannot wait to see this Class A office come to life and bring new business to downtown Orlando in a big way. The building itself totals 118,517 square feet on bustling N. Orange Ave, the ground floor of which will be dedicated to retail space.
According to the leasing team on the project, the building should be delivered by Q1 2018, giving prospective tenants enough time to lock into this new and exciting opportunity to make downtown Orlando their HQ for years to come. As architects, there’s very little as exciting as seeing our projects bloom into important moneymakers and iconic businesses in the cities we serve. That being said, we cannot wait to see what comes of the former AT&T building come 2018.