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AdventHealth has adjusted its plans for the former Holy Land Experience site it bought last year in Orlando.

The Altamonte Springs-based health system — which owns some of the largest hospitals in Orlando — filed paperwork with the city of Orlando to change the proposed project at 4655 and 4615 Vineland Road to a three-phase project.

The first phase would include a one-story, 24-bed, 19,600-square-foot, freestanding emergency department with a helipad.

New plans submitted to the city do not specify what the second or third phases would include, but they do mention the potential for a parking garage. The updated plans call for the demolition of all existing buildings on the site.

Prior plans had the project’s first phase include the emergency department along with a four-story, 90,450-square-foot medical office building, with the second phase including a five-story, 250,100-square-foot hospital.

“We continue to work through our planning and design process to determine how best to serve the health care needs of the Millenia area,” Kari Vargas, CEO of AdventHealth Winter Garden and the west Orange and south Lake market, told Orlando Business Journal.

AdventHealth bought the 14-acre site last summer for $32 million from Holy Land Experience Ministries Inc., an entity related to Tustin, California-based theme park operator and landowner Trinity Broadcasting Network.


Source:  OBJ


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AdventHealth has submitted plans showing that it intends to build medical offices and a hospital on the former Holy Land Experience site in Orlando, according to a report in GrowthSpotter.

According to a recently submitted application to Orlando’s Municipal Planning Board, the health system won’t be demolishing the existing three-story auditorium nor the existing Holy Land building directly across yet.

Instead, AdventHealth intends to build around the structures at 4655 and 4615 Vineland Road, and embark on a two-phase development plan, called AdventHealth Millenia, that involves building a four-story, 80,000 square foot medical office building (Phase 1) and a five-story, 261,500-square-foot hospital (Phase 2).

Included in plans for the first phase are a helipad, which will require a Conditional Use Permit, and associated surface parking.

The first floor of the medical office building will feature a 20,000-square-foot of Emergency Room.

The second floor will have 20,000 square feet of medical office space and the third and fourth floors will feature 19,000 square feet each consisting of either medical office uses or ambulatory surgical centers.

Phase 1 will also include building the master infrastructure to serve future phases of the hospital. According to the plans, AdventHealth is still considering demolishing the current Holy Land Experience structures for future phases.

Kimley-Horn is the civil engineer assigned to the project. The proposed plans are set to go before Orlando’s Municipal Planning Board on Feb. 15.

Earlier this summer, the hospital system paid $32 million for the 14.2-acre site on the northeast corner of Vineland Road and Conroy Road.

The Christian theme park’s parent company, Trinity Broadcasting Network, had struggled to keep the business afloat. Shortly before the pandemic struck, Holy Land Experience ended all of its stage shows and laid off much of its workforce.

AdventHealth is one of the largest faith-based health systems in Florida. Its Central Florida division has more than 20 hospitals and ERs across seven counties.


Source:  Orlando Sentinel


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The owner of Orlando Christian theme park The Holy Land Experience has sold to health care giant AdventHealth in one of Central Florida’s most high-profile property sales so far this year.

Holy Land Experience Ministries Inc. — an entity related to Tustin, California-based theme park operator and landowner Trinity Broadcasting Network — sold 14 acres at 4655 Vineland Road for $32 million to Adventist Health System Sunbelt Inc., an entity related to the Altamonte Springs-based nonprofit health care system, according to Orange County records.

The deal closed Aug. 2.

The sale appears to only include the theme park and not the rest of Trinity Broadcasting Network’s roughly 65 acres, which includes several office buildings.


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