Crescent Central Station is one of Central Florida's first transit-orientated communities

Downtown Orlando has achieved new vitality with the recent opening of Crescent Communities' Crescent Central Station.

Downtown Orlando, Florida has achieved new vitality with the recent opening of Crescent Communities' Crescent Central Station.

Located directly next to a SunRail commuter train station, the luxury apartment community is one of the first transit-oriented developments in the Central Florida area.

The residential development features 279 units, ranging from studios to three-bedrooms, equipped with many amenities such as stainless steel appliances and USB ports. In addition to being just steps away from SunRail, the community offers a two-story fitness center, resort-style pool, large rooftop terrace with views of the downtown Orlando skyline, a public park, bike/walk trail and bike storage.

"Crescent Central Station combines elite amenities with an unmatched location," Jay Curran, SVP of Crescent Communities' multifamily group, said. "Built for a walkable lifestyle in a vibrant, flourishing city, Crescent Central Station connects residents to the incredible shops, restaurants and businesses that call this area home."

The development, located at the corner of North Orange Avenue and Amelia Street, is at the center of the city's downtown social scene and businesses.

"More and more people are calling Downtown Orlando home, spurring continued investment in our urban core and providing new businesses, restaurants, retail and amenities for our residents," Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said. "These investments, like the new mixed-use Crescent Central Station, are locating here because of the direct access they can provide residents to transportation and mobility options, further connecting our community to jobs and opportunity."

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