Baldwin Park is the infill new town located on the abandoned brownfield site of the former Orlando Naval Training Center on the shore of Lake Baldwin. The Village Center is a true mixed-use construct.
The Village Center is a vibrant, mixed-use urban environment, carefully crafted to be the centerpiece and seamless extension of the larger Village. Its form is derived from the idea of a traditional village wedded to the circumstances of the framework plan, the site, and the program. Main Street is a mixed-use street of three-story buildings with commercial on the ground floor and residential above, that is completely activated along its length by a series of spaces - the Office Square, Market Square, the Waterfront Square and the Harbor.
The traditional building types front onto the streets and spaces: homes have front porches and mixed-use buildings have arcades that offer shade to pedestrians. The architectural styles are traditional in the Central Florida area and are conceived to be compatible with one another in a way that seamlessly weaves variety and interest.
60 acre site
1,120 residential units
225,000 sf office space
75,000 sf commercial
80,000 sf flex space
45,000 sf grocery store