July 16, 2018
By: Mike Salinero
Tara Tedrow and George Kramer at S&ME talk with GrowthSpotter about the 670-acre River Cross mixed-use development. The project is slated to have 600 single-family homes, 270 townhomes, 500 apartments and 1.5 million square feet of shops, restaurants and offices on what is now the Hi-Oaks Ranch.
Tedrow said population projections show a need for housing in Seminole County, including affordable housing. The development could also provide housing for the rapidly-expanding University of Central Florida and the adjacent Central Florida Research Park, Tedrow said. UCF is two miles from the proposed River Cross site.
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