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Walt Disney Company In Talks With Real Estate Developer for New Age-Restricted Community in Lake Nona, Florida

Disney has reportedly begun talks with Lake Nona real estate developer Tavistock to create an age-restricted community within Sunbridge, according to the Orlando Business Journal.

No details as to the size or construction timeline are available yet. This development comes after the news that 2,000 Cast Members are being relocated to the upcoming Lake Nona campus of the Walt Disney Company.

This new development may address the concerns of local real estate professionals, given the low inventory of housing in the area.

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3 months ago

It is horrible over crowding of lake nona..

3 months ago

maybe if the people on the east coast that live in the great blue places like NY and NJ quit leaving in droves to move to florida, there would not be a housing shortage? why are they fleeing anyway? they got exactly what they voted for.