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Exciting news from Atrium Management Company broke recently. The addition of the Milk Stacks housing development seeks to join the Milk District amid some push back from local residents concerned about how the 27-unit apartment complex will affect parking.
The project plans lay out a three story, multi-family development atop 1.34 acres located at 201 South Bumby Avenue near Lake Como Park. The building’s design elements fit in some dairy imagery with structures atop the building that mimic milk silos.
Atrium Management along with residents of the Milk District Neighborhood Association have been in discussion about the proposed development plans.
According to the neighborhood association’s Facebook page, concerns have been raised about parking. Of note, the plans include 69 parking spaces to be shared among residents and the development company. Another public hearing with the City of Orlando Municipal Planning Board is scheduled for December 21st to further air any local grievances or questions.
The Milk Stacks project is led by Atrium developer Adam Wonus and architectural firm Eleven18 Architecture. There is no current date attached to break ground on the project while in its planning stage with the city. Follow Atrium Management Company on Facebook for more updates on their current projects.