Vacant Land

There are a number of conditions that present opportunities for redevelopment. These include vacant properties, and properties owned by government entities. The Study Area contains 4,766 acres of land, of which 468 acres are vacant. Additionally, there are roughly 228 acres of land owned by government entities within the Study Area.
 
Area 1 is roughly 521 acres, with just over 40 acres made up of vacant land. Of the total vacant land within Area 1, more than 58% is non-residential. Over 17% of the land within Area 1 is owned by Orange County Government or the City of Orlando.

Area 2 is roughly 856 acres, with just over 87 acres of vacant land. Of the total vacant land within Area 2, more than 52% is non-residential. Over 9% of the land is owned by Orange County, the City of Orlando, or the OBT CRA.

Area 3 is roughly 322 acres, with nearly 39 acres of vacant land. Of the total vacant land within Area 3, more than 67% is non-residential. Nearly 2% of the land is owned by Orange County or the City of Orlando.

Area 4 is roughly 554 acres, with over 95 acres of vacant land. Of the total vacant land within Area 4, more than 86% is non-residential. Roughly 1.4% of the land is owned by Orange County.

Area 5 is the largest in the Study Area, having a total of 2,513 acres and more than 207 acres of vacant land. Of the total vacant land within Area 5, nearly 95% is non-residential. Approximately 2% of the land within Area 5 is owned by Orange County or the City of Orlando.

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