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Formosa Gardens Expansion

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Formosa Gardens owner planning expansion and renovation via Growth Spotter Formosa Gardens owner to turn former grocery store into a craft brewery with tap room, attached food hall, and a 6-story condo building constructed behind it. “Ray Scott, of Scott + … Continue reading

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Aventon Cos. Breaks Ground on 24-Acre, 348-Unit Community in Orlando Aventon Belle Isle marks the third groundbreaking for Aventon in Orlando since mid-2020. Via Multifamily Executive Aventon is developing Aventon Belle Isle in partnership with Boston-based CrossHarbor Capital Partners. Scott … Continue reading

Happy 4th from S+C!

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We are honored to work in an industry that has the opportunity to, both literally and figuratively, influence the building blocks of history. We can only hope that our buildings might have a chance to stand for something great. As … Continue reading

Our Team Is Expanding!

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We’ve welcomed some new faces, recently here at Scott + Cormia. Raymund Vista, Taylor Persickitti and Jolie Supan have joined the S+C Multi-Family Team and Lori Jackson is a new addition to our Construction Administration Department. We’re still looking to … Continue reading

We Made “The List”!

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We are extremely grateful to have made #11 on “The List” for Orlando Business Journal’s Central Florida Architectural Firms. Seeing our company next to other amazing names, after a crazy 2020 is such a blessing! See the full list HERE.

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  • The Art of Infusing the Dynamics of Design + Business

    When entering Ray’s office, it is clear that he is a passionate collector of art. Ray Scott’s appreciation of fine art is evident in many of his projects and works. The more colorful and bold, the better. A hint of the unexpected is revealed in every piece of the Scott + Cormia corporate art collection, which is obvious in Ray’s methodology and architectural style. Experiencing the S+C headquarters is like stepping into an urban Pacific Northwest gallery setting.

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