Orlando Magic unveil first phase of entertainment complex

Phase includes 6-story building, media towers

Headline Goes Here

ORLANDO, Fla. - Documents filed with Orlando's Municipal Board reveal new details and renderings for the Orlando Magic's proposed entertainment complex.

[RELATED:  Read the phase 1 proposal]

According to a 34-page agenda supplement, the first phase of the "Sports and Entertainment Complex" will be built at the corner of Church Street and Division Avenue, across from the Amway Center.

The plan calls for a six-story building that can hold 42,200 sq. ft. of shops and 121,800 sq. ft. of offices. A six-story parking garage will be attached to the building, according to the agenda supplement.

The Magic also proposes "Festival Plaza," which will include two retail kiosks and three "media towers." Each tower will have seating, art and digital media displays.

The Municipal Board will vote on the plans for phase 1 on May 20.

[SLIDESHOW:  New renderings for proposed complex]

The team will release more information about phase 2 of the complex after it completes the purchase of the old Orlando Police Department headquarters. According to the supplement, phase 2 will include:

  • Hotel
  • Convention and retail space
  • 360 additional parking spaces in the phase 1 parking garage
  • Residential space
  • 407-space parking garage attached to the residential area

Copyright 2014 by ClickOrlando.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.