"The average home in this country is 38 years old – long before people heard of the Internet," said Brock Nicholas, President of Lennar's Orlando division. "Our new homes reflect how people live today and come standard with the lifestyle conveniences once reserved for custom-built private estates."
Nicholas was joined for a ceremony on May 18, 2016 by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer to open Innovation at Storey Park as a model for highly efficient and technologically advanced communities. "Innovation at Storey Park is more than just another residential development, it is a testament to the strategic growth of our community and will provide quality housing options for our residents who desire to live in close proximity to both the Medical City at Lake Nona and the Orlando International Airport," said Mayor Dyer. "Moreover, it's a neighborhood that furthers our goals of being the City of the 21st Century with a focus on innovation by offering standard amenities that include rooftop solar, home automation and wall-to-wall connectivity."
Miami-based homebuilder Lennar Corp. (NYSE: LEN) was founded in 1954 and is today the nation's second largest home builder. Lennar Orlando is the largest homebuilder in the Greater Orlando area, currently building in over 40 active lifestyle communities in Central Florida. For more information visit www.lennar.com.
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