Innovator in Living, Working, Learning, Thriving
On 11-square-miles in Southeast Orlando, a new kind of community has emerged. Designed from scratch and built by private investment organization Tavistock Group, Lake Nona, Orlando, Florida has evolved into one of the nation’s fastest growing communities that inspires institutions, people and business to thrive.
Anchored by clusters of excellence in health, sports, education and technology, Lake Nona has been intentionally planned with a pervasive culture of health and wellness. Lake Nona’s eco-system promotes activity, sustainability and social connection. A living lab, Lake Nona is defining what a healthy city can look like, where learning can be shared and reapplied in other communities.
World-class learning opportunities are numerous, as are trails, parks and lakes, which characterize the landscape. Lake Nona offers an abundance of home options, diverse workspaces and recreational features. New retail and entertainment venues sit alongside Lake Nona Medical City, a life sciences cluster pioneering modern health care innovations. The United States Tennis Association’s National Campus will open later this year and will serve as the hub of Lake Nona’s Sports and Performance District, which will also be home to the Orlando City Soccer Club’s training campus. The emerging athletic district focuses on research, design, innovation and technology.
A home for everyone
Lake Nona is redefining the great outdoors with its vast collection of parks, lakes and amenities strategically intertwined throughout the community. It offers modern neighborhoods with a rich array of living options. From expansive lakefront homes to neighborhood options and townhomes, Lake Nona has created a dynamic environment for residents of all ages. Below is an overview of some of Lake Nona’s residential communities.
Lake Nona Golf & Country Club is a world-class, luxury community nestled along the shores of Lake Nona. The 600-acre community features a Tom Fazio-designed championship golf course, clubhouse, guest lodge, Bath & Racquet Club, children’s programming and 24-hour security.
Laureate Park is an altogether wired-in, future-evoking community where townhomes, cottage homes, urban bungalows and garden homes sit along landscaped green belts connecting parks, amenities and trails. Laureate Park features energy-efficient homes with modern transitional architecture. The community’s Village Center is home to a multi-million dollar Aquatic Center, Canvas Restaurant and Market, fitness facility, and features a glass house by renowned artist Tom Fruin.
Lake Nona Water Mark is a collection of luxury apartments with six unique floor plans ranging from one to three bedrooms. The community is anchored by a 7,515-square-foot clubhouse with resort-style pool, fireside veranda, outdoor kitchen, and a business center.
Landon House is the newest addition to the Lake Nona community. The residences combine modern luxury and sophistication with Lake Nona’s focus on sustainability, health and wellness for an unmatched lifestyle. Each of the 280 apartment homes features open floor plans with high-end finishing’s across a variety of one, two and three bedroom floor plans. Landon House embodies the active, high-energy lifestyle Lake Nona is known for, with community-focused, resort-style amenities and entertainment options.
The Human Performance Institute
Helping leaders expand their energy and perform at their personal best is what the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute has been a pioneer in studying since its co-founding by Drs. Jim Loehr and Jack Groppel. Built on more than 30 years of proprietary research and training with elite performers, the Institute’s team is comprised of expert performance coaches, exercise physiologists and nutritionists that together have trained countless elite performers in high stress areas from Olympic medalists, professional athletes, CEOs, hostage rescue teams and military Special Forces.
The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute is situated on a nine-acre campus at Lake Nona and consists of a conference center, comprehensive testing and diagnostic facilities, a state-of-the-art fitness center and a world-class tennis center.
The institute is a division of Johnson & Johnson Health & Wellness Solutions, Inc., and its products and services underscore the global company’s commitment to promoting health and wellness as a way of reducing healthcare-related costs, improving overall employee health and increasing productivity.
The 650-acre health and life sciences cluster known as Lake Nona Medical City is a landmark for Orlando and a premier location for innovative medical care, research and education. Carefully planned and laid out, Lake Nona Medical City represents a deliberate strategy to create a centralized focus on sophisticated medical treatment, research and education in Central Florida.
In just the last seven years, Lake Nona Medical City has become home to some of the nation’s top hospitals, universities, research institutions and health and life science companies. Already Lake Nona Medical City’s pioneering institutions are forming networks and synergies making Orlando a global destination for health care, research and medical education while creating an economic development and job creation engine for the region.
Medical City is anchored by:
Opening in 2016, the United States Tennis Association’s $100 million USTA National Campus in Lake Nona will feature 102 courts which will make it the largest tennis complex in the U.S.
This 63-acre facility will house the USTA’s Community Tennis and Player Development divisions, and will be divided into dedicated areas that will focus on the complete tennis pathway – from the youngest players to recreational layers, to collegians, to future professional players and to professional tour level players. An on-site stadium will be able to accommodate two matches simultaneously and seat 1,200 spectators.
Earlier this year, the Orlando City Soccer Club announced its arrival to Lake Nona with the development of a brand new, state-of-the-art 23-acre training facility, next to the U.S. Tennis Association’s National Campus. The new training facility will house the Lions of Major League Soccer (MLS), Orlando City B of the United Soccer League (USL), and the Club’s Elite Youth Academy. The campus will include six practice pitches (two lighted) and a training facility with a state-of-the-art fitness center, player’s clubhouse, locker rooms, film rooms, offices and an injury prevention and rehabilitation center.
Tavistock Development Company is a diversified real estate firm, specializing in the thoughtful planning, design and construction of new, innovative property developments, owned by Tavistock Group, the international private investment organization. Located in the vibrant and thriving City of Orlando, Tavistock’s real estate portfolio is highlighted by Lake Nona, the 11-square-mile, award-winning, master-designed community.
Fortune Magazine, in a June 2014 article entitled How to Build a Great American City said, “In the past decade, Tavistock . . . has created a thriving mini-metropolis at Lake Nona . . . one that may ultimately transform the region.”
To learn more about Lake Nona, visit lakenona.com