New Mixed-Use Development Coming to Downtown Orlando #EatShopStore

Aug. 20, 2019 – Orlando, Florida-based Liberty Investment Properties, in partnership with private investors is pleased to announce the development of a new, mixed-use, retail development in downtown Orlando, Florida.


Standing three stories tall, the new development, managed by Liberty Investment Properties, houses six full retail spaces including a restaurant and drive-thru. In addition to the 15,000+ square feet of retail space, the new development will also include a brand-new climate-controlled self-storage facility.

With nearly 700 storage units the new facility, My Neighborhood Storage Center of Magnolia will offer a variety of climate-controlled unit sizes within the dense local North Quarter District and surrounding areas.

“For years we’ve been diligently pursuing a perfect space local to our Downtown market,” stated Adam Mikkelson, President of Liberty Investment Properties, Inc. “We love our local community, and it’s a privilege to offer a space in the area that we live, work, and play.”

Adjacent to the 7-Eleven at the corner of East Colonial and Magnolia Avenue, the brand-new development is a significant improvement in the area.

“The new, mixed-use development complements the substantial housing and business projects within the area,” stated Mark Poole Director of Operations. “Also, our curiosity campaign of #EatShopStore is a marketing play on the unique features the facility offers.”

The new development is currently under construction and leasing both retail and restaurant space with Bishop Beale Duncan. In addition, pre-leasing of self-storage units will also be offered near the completion of the project. The new development is expected to open at the end of the year and a celebratory grand opening will follow.

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