Rental project will feature Orlando’s first micro apartments

Pixon also will offer Bluetooth-enabled door-entry hardware and a Tesla ride-sharing service

Jul.July 02, 2017 03:00 PM

Rendering of the Pixon rental housing development in Orlando

Tavistock Development Company expects contractors to break ground in September for construction of a rental property with the first micro apartments in the Orlando market.

The 201-unit multifamily real estate development in Orlando’s Lake Nona community, called Pixon, will have six micro units averaging 360 square feet and 42 studios averaging 560 square feet.

The rest of the apartments at Pixon will include 52 one-bedroom units averaging 730 square feet and 101 two-bedroom units averaging 1,050 square feet, plus a 1,730-square-foot penthouse.

Each apartment will have 10-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows, stainless steel appliances, front-load washers and dryers, European-style cabinets and quartz counter tops.

Orlando-based Tavistock said Pixon also will optional Bluetooth-enabled door-entry hardware and a ride-sharing program for residents that employs multiple on-site Tesla vehicles.

Other amenities at the 4.25-acre Lake Nona development will include a 24-hour gym, a designated pet spa and grooming area and 32,500 square feet of mixed-use commercial space on the ground floor for a café, a bar and restaurant and a retail store.

Related Articles


Construction of downtown Hollywood high-rise may start soon

Jeffrey Epstein commits suicide by hanging himself in his Manhattan jail cell

Miami developer Dan Kodsi plans large St. Petersburg project that could cost $2B

South Florida firm buys Sunrise apartment complex for $20.2M

Home owned by late Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez is in foreclosure

Developer borrows $105M, breaks ground for mixed-use Flagler Village project

PB Gardens condo community seeks yet another contractor to repair its buildings

Pompano upzones Ocean Boulevard site for 19-story condo next to city park