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Orlando plans new multi-building government complex near Lake Nona

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Orlando plans new multi-building government complex near Lake Nona
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The city of Orlando plans to create a multi-building government complex, called the Southeast Orlando Government Center, just east of Orlando International Airport. Orlando City Council on Dec. 6 will consider approving a ground lease of the project's five-acre vacant site, which is owned by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, the agency that oversees the airport. One building is set to be 15,000 square feet and will include 1,700 square feet of government offices and a 4,300-square-foot Orlando Police Department substation, city spokeswoman Samantha Holsten told Orlando Business Journal.

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