Tag Archives: Central Florida architects

  At Baker Barrios, we are always excited to support projects that benefit our associates, their families and immediate communities, which is why we are thrilled to announce one of our most recent projects – the CityArts Factory – which will support and advance the arts in Orlando’s vibrant art and cultural scene. The new […]

Every city’s skyline is unique, and downtown Tampa’s is continuing to diversify following the closing of the future site of a 17-story, dual-branded Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotel designed by Baker Barrios Architects in partnership with HRI Properties. The hotel is expected to feature more than 300 rooms, retail space, 3,400 square feet of […]

Baker Barrios Architects, one of the most innovative commercial architecture and design firms in the Southeast, is pleased to announce the addition of Jed Prest, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP as Principal and Architect, overseeing mixed-use commercial urban design. In this role, Prest manages various project teams to ensure they stay on time and on budget, […]

Construction is set to begin on a project we have been excited for since its inception: the downtown Orlando Creative Village. The Creative Village will be home to UCF Downtown, the new UCF expansion into the heart of Orlando. The mixed-use development will include not only a 600-bed student housing complex but also new shops, […]

The medical profession is one that is growing exponentially, and with that growth comes a need for more schools. Baker Barrios Architects was recently selected to do the design of Nova Southeastern University’s new College of Osteopathic Medicine. A $200 million commitment, funds were graciously donated from philanthropic couple Dr. Kiran Patel and his wife, […]

  Education secures the future for our youth. Schools are a place not just to learn, but to develop children into the people our they have the potential to be. For Parramore, a community that has gone without a new school in decades, the new 251,812-square-foot school and community center shows promise for the bright […]

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