To call Lake Nona a booming submarket is an understatement of epic proportion.
The 17-square-mile master-planned community has been a work in progress for decades, but during the past year — even with the lingering effects of a pandemic — Lake Nona has notched some of the biggest business deals and projects in Central Florida. This week, Orlando Business Journal highlights some of that activity in our Doing Business in Lake Nona special issue.
Consider these examples:
I’m almost tired from just typing all that. But it shows us the Lake Nona community has grown into a key center of business activity — with even more to come in the next year and beyond. In fact, all the work underway in and around Lake Nona amounts to billions of dollars in construction, plus the creation of thousands of new jobs — critical elements of bolstering the region’s economic recovery in the next decade.
It’s an amazing evolution from being a nondescript cow pasture 30-some years ago to one of the nation’s fastest-growing communities in real estate, medical technology and advancements, and more.
For the full article, visit the Orlando Business Journal online.