June 18, 2015
C.T.HSU + ASSOCIATES ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THE ORANGE COUNTY HOLDEN HEIGHTS COMMUNITY CENTER
ORLANDO, FL (June 18, 2015) – C.T. Hsu + Associates (CTH+A) announced today that construction is complete on Orange County’s Holden Heights Community Center project located in Orlando’s established Holden Heights Neighborhood on the shore of Lake June. The official ribbon cutting ceremony occurred on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at the new building on 1201 20th Street, Orlando, Florida.
This facility is an 11,600 square foot community center that provides the citizens of Orange County with a scenic and picturesque indoor and outdoor venue for a variety of group gatherings such as weddings, banquets, and receptions. The County also plans to accommodate several youth and senior programs, as well as social service programs in the facility. The primary feature of the building is a large multipurpose area with an adjacent warming kitchen that accommodates up to 260 people. Additionally, this state-of-the-art facility includes breakout spaces, offices, a computer lab, a high tech training room, and an outdoor event area. The contractor for the project was Wharton-Smith, Inc.
At the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Mr. Lonnie C. Bell, Jr., Orange County’s Family Services Department Director expressed, “We had a wonderful architect on board…. Great design… made this building all it could be”. Mayor Teresa Jacobs of Orange County expressed, “Good job. It is a beautiful building”.
C.T. Hsu + Associates (www.cthsu.com) is an award-winning architectural planning and design firm recognized as a past “Firm of the Year” winner by the American Institute of Architects - Florida Association. The Orlando, FL-based firm focuses on a mix of projects in the education, government, transportation and mixed-use development sectors. Its multidisciplinary approach ranges from urban planning and design to architecture and interiors.
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