The corridor background information collected was analyzed to establish the platform upon which the master plan was developed. In addition to assessing the scale, character, and regional connectivity, it provides a snap shot of OBT’s history, as well as what OBT is today. It provides...

The corridor has 4 main regional destinations: the Camping World Stadium, The Florida Mall and Hotel, and the Industrial and Office complex with 23,000 jobs. It also has other smaller destinations such as bars, restaurants, clubs, and technical schools. These destinations are places where people...

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...

We have two very distinct street patterns in the study area. The northern segment from SR 50 to Holden Avenue still maintains the historic grid pattern configuration of the 300 foot by 600 foot block. However, the street network and connectivity south of Holden Avenue...

Demographic data was compiled from a variety of sources, including Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the U.S. Census Bureau. Projections and current year data are based on the American Community Survey Census five-year estimates. The population growth, race,...

The assessment included recognizing existing OBTDB programs, city and county programs, as well as other institutional, neighborhood, and non-profit organizations whose resources were directed to residents or businesses in the Study Area. Initiatives ranged from the Community Redevelopment Agency, Safe Neighborhood Programs, neighborhood associations, LIFT...

(Orlando, FL) State Representative Bruce Antone (D-Orlando) continues his long standing support of the Orange Blossom Trail Development Board. During the 2016 Florida Legislative Session, Representative Antone secured a $500,000 legislative budget appropriation for the Orange Blossom Trail Development Board. The $500,000 appropriation was included...

The walking audits and bus tours provided opportunities for the community and business owners to assess the OBT physical environment and its surrounding areas with the project team. During each walking audit and bus tour, the project team listened to feedback from the community participants,...

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