DTO Vision Plan is taking shape in downtown developments

The DTO Vision Plan is taking shape in downtown developments. On Monday, February 12, Orlando City Council approved a lease agreement between Dr. Phillips City Center, LLC and the City of Orlando for land located on the southwest corner of Orange Avenue and Robinson Street. The city desires to use this space as a public gathering space and pop-up amenity while it is undeveloped by the property.

One of the Vision Themes from the DTO Vision Plan included being an awesome outdoor city. Green spaces act as a catalyst – magnetizing people and becoming community connectors. They enliven and strengthen our city and neighborhoods, making them more attractive places to live, work, play, and thrive. By providing this gathering place, we sustain important interactions between people and the bond with their place.

The Downtown Development Board is excited about the opportunity to utilize the space and provide this unique amenity to downtown residents and visitors, serving the needs of a growing population.

For more information about Project DTO, click here.

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