Hospital's first workforce housing about building community, too
Florida Hospital will set in motion its first attempt at work-force housing in July, when construction starts on a 230-unit apartment complex between Interstate 4 and the giant hospital system's main campus on North Orange Avenue in Orlando. Hospital employees will be given priority, but they will not get discounts and will pay market-rate rents. Florida Hospital hopes to use the project as an employee-recruiting tool.
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