After a successful ground-breaking event, filled with excitement, we're looking forward to starting on a development project that's very close to home for us (so close we share a parking lot, actually). Introducing the Milk Stacks, a testament to Atrium's commitment to investing our communities and the people around us. Adam Wonus, co-owner of Atrium, emphasized this sentiment in his statement to The Orlando Business Journal:
"The Milk District has an identity and we want to keep adding to the character of the neighborhood with our projects … Our team loves being part of this community. With so many great businesses in the Milk District, it was an easy decision to bring our team to the neighborhood."
We're very excited to contribute to our community by providing much-needed housing and addressing the pressing issue of a housing shortage in Orlando. The issue has become so dramatic in recent years that it has city hall's full and undivided attention. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer shared his thoughts on the matter during the event, emphasizing the significance of our collective efforts:
"Adding housing is the No. 1 thing we are working on in the city of Orlando — and adding infill housing is especially important,"
Above all, our priority is to show our commitment to the community and make something they can be proud of, too. We're willing to go above and beyond to ensure the success of the Milk Stacks, as well as many others in the future. Our main focus is on aiding the community's needs and satisfaction; that drives our determination to deliver outstanding results and create long lasting positive relationships.
You can read more about our groundbreaking event from the Orlando Business Journal here: https://www.bizjournals.com/orlando/news/2023/03/13/milk-stacks-atrium-adam-wonus-buddy-dyer-groundbre.html.