Apartments with unique tri-level floorplan in works near Universal Orlando’s Epic Universe

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A Georgia developer has unveiled plans to build 314 apartments on a property near Universal Orlando’s Epic Universe.


The master plan request was filed March 25 with the city of Orlando by Brooks Stickler, of engineering firm Kimley-Horn, on behalf of Chamblee, Georgia-based developer Tellus Partners.

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“Kirkman Point Multifamily,” as the project is labeled, would rise on an 11-acre site at the northeast corner of South Kirkman Road and Carrier Drive.

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