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Affordable Housing in Orlando: Celebrating the Launch of 52 at Park

This year, as WPC marks our 50th anniversary of Building Beyond the Blueprint®, we are excited to announce the groundbreaking of an exciting new project, 52 at Park, a vibrant multifamily community in the thriving area of West Orange County, Florida. This project, undertaken under the vision of new client Lincoln Avenue Communities, reflects our enduring commitment to enhancing community living and offering quality, affordable housing.

Shown Here: Jeffrey Forrest, WPC - Managing Partner, City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Jeff Forrest WPC - President/CEO

 52 at Park is designed to cater to a diverse range of residents, featuring 300 modern apartment homes within a dynamic and welcoming environment. The community layout includes two 4-story buildings and six 3-story structures, alongside a central clubhouse that promises to be the heart of resident engagement and activities. The official groundbreaking ceremony was held this month, with sights set on a completion date in early 2026.

The development of 52 at Park aligns with a broader need for affordable housing in the region. Each apartment within the project will cater to those earning 60% of the area median income, with rents designed to be accessible, ranging from $930 for a one-bedroom unit to $1,400 for a spacious four-bedroom home. This pricing strategy ensures that quality living is within reach, supporting the economic diversity that strengthens communities.

Innovatively, the project integrates green technology with solar panels that will substantially reduce the electrical costs for our residents, contributing to long-term sustainability and affordability. This commitment to environmental stewardship and cost efficiency is a testament to our philosophy of building communities that endure and thrive economically and ecologically.


The location of 52 at Park, near the bustling Parkwood Plaza shopping center, places our residents at the heart of convenience and connectivity. The community's design and amenities are crafted to embody the feel of a market-rate community, ensuring that all residents enjoy a high standard of living and are proud to call this place home.

As Orlando continues to face challenges with housing availability, especially at affordable levels, projects like 52 at Park are more than just developments; they are crucial steps towards addressing the significant need for accessible housing. Mayor Buddy Dyer’s remarks at the groundbreaking highlighted the city's ongoing housing challenges and underscored the importance of projects like ours in contributing to the solution.


Stay tuned for more updates as we make progress on this landmark project, building beyond the blueprint to create a home and a community where everyone is welcome.




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