ORLANDO – Demolition was recently completed to make way for the next phase of Lincoln Property Company’s Church Street Project. The 32-story office and residential tower is a redevelopment of the former Ballroom at Church Street built in 1994 and which has stood vacant for many years.
The demolition does not involve massive debris destined for a landfill. It’s a project that takes recycling to a higher level with most of the elements removed being donated for reuse, according to LPC’s Florida Regional Director Shayna Hansen.
”Interior décor has been donated to galleries, churches, children’s theaters and the City,” she explained, adding, “Exterior iron gates, driveway bricks and steel trusses go to the City Arts District for use as they build downtown pocket parks for public enjoyment.”
Hansen said some of the interior will be used for another of LPC’s Church Street Projects – The Bumby Arcade Food Hall opening next year.
The redevelopment will bring one of downtown Orlando’s tallest buildings situated on ”The Edge” of the business and entertainment districts just north of Truist Plaza, the first phase of LPC’s venture. The new building dubbed The Edge will include 234 residences, 200,000 square feet of office space and a 10-story parking garage.
Photo courtesy of Lincoln Property Company.
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