AdventHealth’s site plan for former Holy Land Experience takes next step forward

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The city of Orlando staff on Feb. 8 recommended the approval of a site plan for AdventHealth’s proposed project at the former Holy Land Experience.

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Holy Land Experience Ministries Inc. -- an entity related to Tustin, California-based theme park operator and landowner Trinity Broadcasting Network -- sold the site last summer for $32 million to AdventHealth.

The Altamonte Springs-based nonprofit health system has proposed a four-story, 90,450-square-foot medical office building and freestanding emergency department with a helipad on the 14.2-acre site at 4655 Vineland Road in Orlando’s Millenia area as a first phase.

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The second phase would include a five-story, 250,100-square-foot hospital and a possible parking garage.

Click here to read Ryan Lynch’s story on the Orlando Business Journal’s website.

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