// PUD (Planned Urban Development), Mixed Use
Transforming a former golf course from community liability into regional asset.
We are actively reimagining a concept for a brand new Planned Urban Development master plan in what is currently a derelict golf course in Orlando’s Rosemont neighborhood. This project tackles the challenge of taking dormant, previously developed land and transforming it into a beautiful area with sophisticated lifestyle amenities, unique experiences, and true walkable convenience.
The RoseArts District is designed to be inclusive, inspirational, and sustainable with 64 acres of green space. The arrival experience is home to an activated community commercial center, bringing vitally needed retail and services to the forefront of the district. As residents and guests make their way to the lakefront, tree-lined streets and greenspaces co-mingle with upscale residences and the vibe fluidly changes from upbeat to relaxed.
This reimagining is projected to include up to 2,000 linear feet of waterfront, up to 12,000 linear feet of new trails, dedicated bike and walking paths, and dynamic retail and culinary opportunities.
The RoseArts District is located inside one of Orlando’s 12 Opportunity Zones, which carries tax incentives for long-term investment and lays the healthy foundation for a prosperous future for Rosemont.