The Maitland community redevelopment agency approved the Maitland City Centre LLC village-style, walkable community on U.S. Highway 17-92 to include a six-story, 250-unit apartment complex, about 40,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space, and a seven-story parking garage. The developer is an entity that includes David Lamm of Lamm & Co. Partners and Brian Grandstaff of Millenia Partners commercial real estate firm.
The project, which would create hundreds of temporary construction jobs and an unknown number of permanent jobs, also will bring new life to an abandoned Winn-Dixie property and the New Traditions Bank Plaza. It also is expected to generate $250,000-$355,000 to the city's tax rolls, along with paying the city and county $3 million in fees, proponents of the project said.
However, city officials approved the developer's agreement, which will clear the way for the developers to begin working on more detailed plans.
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