The recent announcement was music to the ears of Garry Walmsley, Senior Global Real Estate Advisor at The Orlando Agency, who's worked with Ordonez on his previous projects. "As far as price point, quality and overall value for money, there's nobody doing what Zenodro is doing. I challenge anyone to source a better product in this market at this price range."
The report includes the 150 most populous metropolitan areas in the U.S., which were judged on 36 qualities. Orlando topped its per-capita lists for amusement parks, public golf courses, paintball fields, arcades, zoos and aquariums, shopping centers, ice-cream shops, spas, theaters and “prevalence of affordable restaurants with 4.5+ stars.”
Affordability seemed to fall off the menu of new residential offerings in Central Florida, with declines in the number of homes priced under $200,000. Meanwhile, new residences in the $300,000 to $350,000 range grew by 37 percent during the fourth quarter from a year earlier, according the MetroStudy.