October 30, 2014
Orlando's net gain: A major sports venue

Photo: Rendering from U.S. Tennis Association

Rendering: U.S. Tennis Association's $460-million complex at Lake Nona.

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Orlando's net gain: A major sports venue

Jerry Jackson | 7/28/2014

The U.S. Tennis Association is planning a $60-million training and competition facility at Lake Nona. The center will have 106 courts for players of all skill levels. It could open by late 2016.

Also mentioned in this regional roundup, newsmakers and key players including Craig McAllaster, Lewis Duncan, Lesli J. Cearley, A. Dale Whittaker, Apopka Mayor Joe Kilsheimer and Susan Black. Businesses and companies mentioned include Port Canaveral, Boeing, Kennedy Space Center, Eatonville’s new center for health, wellness and diabetes education, Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority, Skyplex, Physicians United Plan, Astrotech Space Operations, Parrish Medical Group Diagnostic Center, MedFast Urgent Care, the historic Britt Mansion and a profile of Terry’s Electric.

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