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Green Community Parks

Lake Orlando will be a green urban oasis filled with lots of park spaces and natural preserve areas. All green spaces will be well maintained and available as an amenity to all residents of Rosemont as well as visitors. All land development will be done with conservation approaches in mind that will create green and sustainable common areas for the neighborhood that will drive property values.


Lake Orlando will be an urban, pedestrian friendly community. Landscaping of public areas will seek to create a unique and special place that utilizes native Florida plants and fauna so that the beautiful natural surroundings are highlighted. The comfort and safety of pedestrians will add to the special character of the community. Shared bike paths, walking and running paths, and scooter lanes will run through the entire community giving it the required accessibility to thrive.

Neighborhood Town Center

Lake Orlando will offer an abundance of everyday shopping options. Grocery stores and fresh food markets will be a community centerpiece connecting rural to urban, farmer to consumer, and providing access to healthy and fresh foods. Lake Orlando will be a place to meet friends and socialize with plethora of open indoor and outdoor seating. Shaded common areas with an abundance of amenities and unique culinary and retail experiences will make Lake Orlando into a neighborhood of its own kind.

Public Art

Public art will activate the pedestrian experience encouraging residences and visitors to linger and enjoy.


Digital integration is front and center in the neighborhood. In order to create a seamless experience, Lake Orlando will be connected with smart technology that allows people to reserve building amenities and services such as rentable bikes and more. Lake Orlando will also use technology to improve mobility and access. Smart parking garages will be available, smart traffic sensors will adjust signals to improve congestion, and centralized car-sharing and carpooling will reduce the number of cars on the road.


Lake Orlando will also pursue various green and energy efficiency certifications such as LEED – a ranking that measures the true sustainability and energy efficiency of new neighborhood developments through building in a compact, walkable, accessible urban context.