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Truist at Church Street Station

The 25-story building is a gateway to downtown Orlando. The building includes a lobby and retail spaces on ground level, nine story 600-car parking garage, seven stories of office space, and an eight-story AC Marriott hotel. The hotel also includes an outdoor sky terrace on the 18th floor that provides dramatic views to the public and hotel guests.

Truist at Church Street Station is the first high-rise office building built in downtown Orlando in over a decade. The new Class “A” office space provides opportunities for tenants looking to move their business to the downtown core. The design of the building enhances the city’s skyline with a modern architectural approach that emphasizes the verticality and the mixed functions that reside within. The main lobby’s interior design utilizes a palette of raw natural materials, such as glass, concrete and steel. 


The new mixed-use tower in downtown Orlando is located in a prominent block, flanked by Interstate 4 and Garland Street to the West, South Street to the South, SunRail tracks to the East and the historic Church Street district to the North.


Orlando, Florida


214,500 SF


Architectural Services
Interior Design


Project Highlights

Class "A" Corporate Office



2018 AIA Orlando Award of Merit

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The architectural language departs from the existing towers downtown, most of them designed in the 1980s and 1990s. The West Vertical Slab employs a high performance curtainwall with some degree of reflectivity in order to deal with the high speed I-4 traffic and the West solar exposure.


A two-story “cutout,” or Sky Lobby, becomes the Hotel Porch and is intended to be a public space with 180 degree views to the West (Amway Arena), South (I-4 to International Drive) and to the East (Downtown Orlando).

The tower anchors a prominent corner leading into downtown Orlando. It becomes a gateway to the city from the South.

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