|Lease Sizes||3000-13932 Square Feet|
|Building Size||39,256 Square Feet|
|Land Size||0.1 Acres|
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The Historic Metcalf Building is a Chicago style brick building built in 1923 as one of Orlando’s first trio of ‘high rise’ buildings. Located in Downtown Orlando, this office building is updated with high-end finishes and open concept suites located at Orange Ave. & Pine St. in the heart of Orlando’s Central Business district. The 10-story building includes 9 stories of office suites, first floor retail and a basement bar.
Originally built for the Orlando Bank & Trust Company, the building earned its name from H.W. Metcalf who purchased the building in the 1930’s after the effects of the Great Depression led to the closing of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company.
This Historic building is one of exceptional importance to the shaping of the City of Orlando. In addition to being one of the first high rise buildings in the city, the Metcalf Building was once home to The Walt Disney Company and the Orlando / Kissimmee Host Committee for the 1994 World Cup. The Walt Disney Company took residency in the building in the 1960s during the early stages of developing the acreage purchased for Walt Disney World. The Walt Disney Company and Reedy Creek Improvement District (responsible for handling the water, roads and utilities of Walt Disney World) worked on the top floor of the Metcalf Building until their new office was built on site at Walt Disney World.
The Orlando / Kissimmee Host Committee was largely responsible for ensuring the success of bringing the five games of the 1994 World Cup to Orlando. The games brought an estimated $82 million in economic impact and over 80,000 visitors as well as shone light to the best of Orlando for spectators watching around the world.
Having been completely renovated from the ground up, the Historic Metcalf Building continues to be one of Downtown Orlando’s few boutique office buildings. The unique suites and history associated with the building draw users who are seeking a high-character space in the heart of the World Class City.
One of the building’s most unique characteristics are its ±3,483 SF full floor suites which provide small to mid-sized firms a rare opportunity to obtain private full floor suites in the heart of the city as opposed to sharing floors and restrooms with other firms. Elevators open into each suite’s own lobby / reception area. Each floor has it’s own restrooms and break room with kitchen.
Exterior band signage available above the second floor of the northern and eastern facades. Band signage spans the entire width of the building on both the northern and eastern facades.
WHY DOWNTOWN ORLANDO?
One of downtown Orlando’s highest profile properties, the Historic Metcalf is located on Main and Main at the very epicenter of Downtown Orlando’s rapidly expanding Central Business District. The area continues to see billions of dollars in new development, including the introduction Creative Village, the University of Central Florida’s Downtown campus.
Creative Village will bring over one billion dollars in new development with its education and transit focused site. Showcasing responsible and sustainable development practices, it will be one of the largest LEED-ND developments in Florida. Creative Village, in conjunction with the other infrastructure and improvement projects will continue to propel Downtown Orlando forward.
Immediately accessible from the Historic Metcalf Building are a wide array of amenities including high-end top-rated restaurants and food halls, as Orlando is increasingly becoming known as a “foodie” town. The Church Street Exchange with its focus on Technology & Innovation is just a block away. Hotels, fitness clubs, and hundreds of new luxury apartments surround the Building.
The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Amway Center, the Orlando City Soccer Stadium and walking trails round scenic Lake Eola are all within a half mile radius. With the strategic positioning in Downtown Orlando, the building is located near access to major transportation outlets including I-4, SR 408, Florida Turnpike, Lynx bus terminal, and the Church Street SunRail Station.
The information contained herein is from sources deemed reliable, but is subject to errors, omissions, and withdrawal without notice.