CROSSPRAIRIE IS A MASTER PLANNED COMMUNITY
With miles of nature trails, outdoor recreation, conservation preserves, and a strong emphasis on community; Crossprairie will encapsulate the LIVE WORK PLAY lifestyle that today’s professionals and families are looking for.
Situated on majestic 1400 acres of natural, untouched Florida, Crossprairie boasts an opportunity for conscientious development that preserves the region’s identity through an abundance of green space, parks and trails while further urbanizing a rapidly growing section of northern Osceola County. The community is currently approved for 5,200 homes, townhomes and apartments, 1 million square feet of commercial space, 1.9 million square feet of office space and 600 hotel rooms.
LIVE WORK PLAY
Residents will be able to work, shop and dine at the Crossprairie urban center located at the north end of the planned community. The right mix of office space, hotel and retail will create the perfect work/live/play environment.
BTI Partners, which already owns Edgewater East (yellow), is under contract to buy Edgewater West (red), bringing its land holdings east of Lake Toho to more than 2,600 acres. (Maury L. Carter & Associates) Land development company BTI Partners is ready to drop another $35 million in Osceola County’s East Lake Toho district. Recent filings […]
City Biz List: BTI Partners Raises $19.9M in Tax-exempt Bonds to Fund the Construction of Central Florida Project
Central Florida’s hot real estate market fuels Wall Street’s appetite for Community Development District bonds. A few months after starting work on the infrastructure of a master-planned community near Orlando, BTI Partners has raised $19.9 million in tax-exempt bonds to fund the construction. The deal closed on March 16. Through the Edgewater East Community Development […]
CRE Sources: BTI Partners Raises $19.9 Million In Tax-Exempt Bonds To Fund Construction Of Central Florida Project
A few months after starting work on the infrastructure of a master-planned community near Orlando, BTI Partners has raised $19.9 million in tax-exempt bonds to fund the construction.