New hotels are just one element of the longterm master plan for Osceola Heritage Park.
Don Miers, the county’s director of sports facilities, told GrowthSpotter that for months, county planners have “been dabbling with different concepts of what a master plan could look like.”
The 168-acre park on U.S. 192 houses the 11,000-seat arena, the Houston Astros training facility, an agricultural center, a 90,000-square-foot exhibit hall and multiple recreational fields.
The Whaley family, who for generations have operated a cattle ranch their land east of Lake Tohopekaliga, are getting ready to list their property for $42 million.
Kissimmee-based developer George Chen should break ground within a few weeks on a $6 million winery, botanical gardens and event space in partnership with Florida’s Island Grove Wine Company, an attraction he hopes oenophiles and nature-lovers will flock to while visiting the W192 tourism corridor.
Based on 11 acres on the northeast corner of Funie Steed Road and Formosa Gardens Boulevard, the property owned by Chen’s family firm, Formosa Developers, Inc., is just a few blocks south of his Formosa Gardens Village shopping center on W192. It also neighbors property for the future Margaritavillage resort announced just a week ago.
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