Orlando, Fla. — A joint venture between SED Development LLC, JMA Ventures LLC and Machete Group Inc. has developed plans and renderings for a new mixed-use development in downtown Orlando. The project, dubbed the Orlando Sports + Entertainment District, will comprise 900,000 square feet situated on 8.5 acres adjacent to Amway Center, the home arena for the NBA’s Orlando Magic. The Orlando Sentinel reports the project will cost roughly $500 million to develop. In addition to hotel, residential and office space, the development will feature 100,000 square feet of shops and restaurants and a 3,500-seat live music venue that can double as an events space with the capacity to host up to 1,000 guests.
Joint Venture Develops Plans, Renderings for $500 Million Mixed-Use Development in Downtown Orlando