Monday, October 31, 2016

élan on Marks in Downtown Orlando's NorthQuarter District is Defined by Luxury Urban Design and Superior Tilt-Up Construction

Marisol Santiago Soderstrom

ORLANDO, FL --- Presales will get underway soon for downtown’s élan on Marks – 10 luxurious four-story residences with rooftop terraces designed by the renowned Phil Kean, to be constructed by River Oaks Builders with exceptionally durable building materials.

Marisol Santiago Soderstrom of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty, who is marketing the project, said there is nothing else like this in downtown Orlando.  Inspired by its environment, the urban brownstone design of élan on Marks is not only unique and contemporary, but its solid, precast concrete walls provide unmatched thresholds for wind resistance and water penetration.

Phil Kean
 “The construction represents the gold standard for luxury townhomes due to its superior safety, sound and energy insulation,” Soderstrom explained.

“We expect great success from this development and encourage buyers to make a reservation today as there are only ten brownstones available and they will go quickly,” Soderstrom said, adding “When you put a team together that includes Phil Kean Design with Michael Madden’s River Oaks Builders, the result is timeless appeal that’s nothing short of spectacular.”

 “élan on Marks  is within walking distance of Lake Highland Prep school, several upscale restaurants, entertainment and cultural venues, the major employment centers of downtown Orlando to the south and the main campus of Florida Hospital to the north.

Located on Marks Street in the heart of the “NorthQuarter” that’s evolving as the fastest growing urban district in Orlando, “élan on Marks offers distinctive, sustainable townhome residences with a clean efficient look inside and out that will appeal to young urban professionals and those who want to live, work and play in the downtown area,” Soderstrom said.

The project will start construction in early 2017 and the exterior shells will be completely erected within 90 days, accing to Soderstrom.   The solid precast tilt-up concrete walls, which have been tested and proven to withstand winds in excess of 250 mph, also provide fantastic insulating and sound proofing. “The benefits of tilt up construction are countless,” she said.

For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:

Larry Vershel or Beth Payan, Larry Vershel Communications 407-644-4142

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