Pollack Shores Real Estate Group has broken ground on the $40 million Steel House apartment project, a transit-oriented development in downtown Orlando, FL.
The four-story development near the Lynx Central Station and future SunRail service will have 326 one- and two-bedroom apartments. The first units are expected to open next fall, with full project delivery by February 2013.
The ground breaking is a victory for downtown and demonstrate the desire of more people to live in the city center, said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer.
Atlanta-based Pollack Shores Real Estate, formerly Pollack Partners, focuses on the development, acquisition, management, financing and investment of multifamily, residential and mixed-use real estate projects.
The architect of the Steel House project is Poole & Poole Architecture. Cambridge Swinerton, LLC is the general contractor.