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Primrose School of Lake Nona Ribbon Cutting

date: 08/25/2012 - 08/25/2012

time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

place: Primrose of Lake Nona Narcoosee Road, just north of Valencia College and Lake Nona High School

Photo: Primrose School of Lake Nona is getting closer and closer to completion.  They will hold their official ribbing cutting on Saturday August 25th, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.  There will be activities including music, a magician, face painting, arts and crafts plus food and refreshments.  And . . . a raffle for a new iPad (the new cool one with the retina display).  All are welcome.  We hope to see you there.

We will start the day with an official ribbon cutting followed by a day of fun activities. Stop by and learn more about our new school in the Lake Nona area. We will have a number of activities including music, a magician, balloon animals, face painting, playground activities, arts and crafts, lots of food and refreshments, a raffle for a new IPAD3, and more. Everybody is Welcome.


date: 10/27/2012 - 10/27/2012

time: 8:00 AM

place: UCF Health Sciences Campus at Lake Nona

Join us for the Fifth Annual RUNNONA 5K.  More details to follow in the coming months.

Laureate Laurels

Lake Nona's newest neighborhood is featured in this month's Builder Magazine.

Lake Nona’s Laureate Park started out with all the location advantages a new community could want. It’s minutes from Orlando International Airport and has direct access to a loop road around the metropolis.

But its biggest new advantage can be seen through some of the windows of the community’s brand-new model homes—the impressive towers of Medical City, six new medical and research facilities that will soon be the workplace of 4,000 new employees.

Read more: Laureate Laurels

Urban Land Magazine Features Lake Nona

The ULI pub details the creation and innovation at Lake Nona Medical City.

When private investment firm Tavistock Group several years ago wanted to expand Lake Nona, a 7,000-acre (800 ha) master-planned community in central Florida, it sought an unusual anchor—a medical conplex.

Today, Orlando’s Lake Nona Medical City is home to a thriving health and life science cluster that includes hospitals, universities, research institutions, and life science companies. The college of medicine alone is expected to create more than 30,000 local jobs and have a ten-year economic impact of $7.6 billion, according to a study by Arduin, Laffer & Moore Econometrics.

Read more: Urban Land Magazine Features Lake Nona