City of Orlando Continues to Add Affordable Housing for Residents
Last updated on August 29, 2018
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 5 City Commissioner Regina I. Hill Join Invictus Development, LLC and Community to Break Ground on Parramore Oaks
City of Orlando continues to add affordable housing for residents through Parramore Oaks
On Friday, August 31, 2018, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 5 City Commissioner Regina I. Hill will join with development partner InVictus Development, LLC to celebrate the groundbreaking for Parramore Oaks, a new mixed-income housing community at the corner of Parramore Avenue and Conley Street, across from Z.L. Riley Park.
The development, being constructed in two phases, will transform the currently vacant six-acre site into 211 new housing units, bringing a mix of affordable, market rate and permanent supportive housing options to Parramore. The construction on the 120 units for Phase 1 is expected to take 18 months.
This project further supports the city’s effort to ensure residents have access to quality, safe and affordable housing and aligns with recommendations developed with the community in the Parramore Comprehensive Neighborhood Plan.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer
District 5 City Commissioner Regina I. Hill
Thomas C. Chatmon, Jr., Executive Director of the Downtown Development Board/Community Redevelopment Agency
Paula Rhodes, President of InVictus Development, LLC
Kevin Tatreau, Director of Development Finance for Florida Housing Finance
Lesli Carroll, Senior Vice President of SunTrust Community Capital
Friday, August 31, 2018
744 South Parramore Avenue
Media and attendee parking will be available on Parramore Avenue. Additional parking will be available at the corner of Short Avenue and Conley Street.