ORLANDO, Fla., July 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- ICON Residential's SoDo Place townhomes is an Aurora Awards Honoree as a top vote recipient in the On-the-Board Multi-Family Community category.
SoDo Place was entered by Design Styles Architecture, Inc. and received a Silver Aurora Award. In addition, it will be eligible for the Golden and Grand Awards to be announced at the Aurora Awards ceremony at the 2017 Southeast Building Conference in late July.
"Strong towering elements define each unit, while folding and undulating forms define the balconies and terraces, creating a unique texture along the lower levels of the streetscape," explains architect Andy Dohmen. "The design appeals to the multiple demographics in the vibrant SoDo area utilizing modern open concept layouts and a fresh, functional urban vibe."
SoDo Place consists of 23 modern townhomes in an urban setting, with three unique floor plans ranging from 1,900 to 2,000 square feet. SoDo Place features concrete block insulated construction, large windows, high ceilings, and private balconies. Residents will have their choice of designer finishes and high-end appliances to suit their needs and styles throughout the community. Becky Carey and Carla Snow are the exclusive sales agents for SoDo Place and the sales gallery is located at 720 E Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL 32803.
"We specialize in developing attractively designed townhomes in desirable infill locations across the southeastern US. ICON Residential strives to be at the forefront of unique, modern architecture and innovative, functional design," said ICON Residential Principal Mike Bednarski, a managing partner with the developer.
About ICON Residential Development
Founded in Tampa, FL in 2009 by Principals Mike Bednarski, Ryan Studzinski and Peggy Tseung, ICON Residential is a real estate investment and development company, with a strong background in residential real estate investing, construction, brokerage and development.
ICON embraces New Urbanist design principles, such as accessibility to an active urban environment, and promotes the opportunity for a "live, work, play" lifestyle. The company's market approach is tailored to contemporary for-sale housing targeting middle income households and empty nesters in primarily the southeastern United States. ICON's portfolio contains a growing collection of boutique urban communities that showcase the company's innovative approach to architecture, design and planning. ICON Residential has offices in Tampa, Atlanta and New York. For more information, please visit www.iconresliving.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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