City Center West Orange
Phase 1 of CCWO
It will offer approximately 500 luxury apartments and 200,000 SF of restaurant, retail, entertainment, hotel, and professional office space, allowing its residents to relax and enjoy an urban lifestyle without getting into a car.
A popular, captivating neighborhood destination for residents and visitors alike with main-street, waterfront charm and a classic Mediterranean design.
Newest luxury community
West Orange County's newest luxury community located in Orlando's Tourist Corridor. Stay Local - shop, dine, and work within walking distance.
A dynamic lifestyle center
It's livable, walkable, and only 20 minutes from the theme parks and Downtown Orlando. City Center is situated on 150 acres.
Minutes away from it all
Orlando is known as the “City Beautiful” and a popular playground for the world.
- World-renowned theme parks
- Championship golf courses
- Performing arts and more
There’s always something exciting happening, and at City Center West Orange, you’ll only be minutes away from it all!
- Orlando Health Central Hospital around the corner
- Less than half a mile away from major highways (SR 408, SR 429, HWY 50, and the Turnpike)
Find your home with us
USCIS Approved Project: a quick way to Permanent Residency. No waiting years for residency approval.
We are specialists in real estate development.
Our mission at City Center West Orange is to create a human-scale community with a livable, walkable downtown core designed to foster an improved quality of life for all of our residents - embracing what is known as "New Urbanism" planning.
To bring this principle to life, we are building a mix of urban housing, civic spaces, and office and retail buildings all within the City Center. Plans include approx. 500 condominiums and apartments, a convention center, a hotel, recreational trails, and more than half a million square feet of retail and commercial space.
Renting is Cheaper than Buying a Home in 46 out of the 50 biggest U.S. Metros
In only four major metropolitan areas across the United States, it's more affordable to buy a home than to rent one, meaning that the estimated monthly mortgage cost is less than the estimated monthly rental cost for the typical home.
Lawsuit filed against USCIS to help Vietnamese EB-5 investors
A lawsuit has been filed against the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for Vietnamese investors who participated in the EB-5 visa program. The investors allege that the USCIS unlawfully denied their visa applications and failed to justify the denials adequately.