The Blue Rose Resort - Orlando, Florida Investment Condo Hotel
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Orlando's most exciting NEW Residence Hotel !
A magnificent new
Condo Hotel in Orlando Florida
Prices starting from the mid $300's
It is our privilege to introduce to you the release of The Blue Rose... Inspired by New York sophistication, the sizzling passion of Miami and the all night excitement of Las Vegas, The Blue Rose Resort will give investors a level of opulence, sophistication and upscale amenities unsurpassed in the Orlando Florida investment real estate marketplace. This $850 million luxury condo hotel and resort property will change the Orlando skyline forever, soaring 41 stories on 13 incredible acres in one of the most sought after addresses within the exclusive, high demand "City Beautiful".
The Blue Rose is situated less than one mile from the entrance to Universal Studios, Orlando and only one-and-half miles from the brand new Orlando/Orange County Convention Center. The Blue Rose Resort will captivate the senses with over 1,300 luxurious investment properties, a 1,000-seat Broadway Theater, five internationally themed restaurants nestled along the scenic "Swan Lake Promenade," Day Spa, Conference Center with 75,000 square-feet of meeting space (seating up to 8,000 people) rooftop heated swimming facility. Grand lobby with ceiling to floor glass window panes, lush green gardens all in a tropical motif with water sculptures throughout the grounds and much more...
The Blue Rose is the first of its kind in the Orlando Market, being introduced in three phases. Phase One to include 515 - one, two and three bedroom residences.
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Within the high rise towers of The Blue Rose Resort and Condo Hotel, the residences will be so breathtaking, so absolutely stunning that they will truly be magical retreats. Residents and guests will enjoy every possible luxury. Choose from studio, one, two and three-bedroom lofts, suites, and condos ranging from 575 to more than 3,000 square feet in the ultra-spacious Penthouse Suites. Each residence will be equipped with every possible modern technological comfort for the most discerning. Impressive marble foyers and nine-foot ceilings will lead to expansive living areas, arranged with designer furnishings and cutting-edge technology, including flat-screen plasma televisions with satellite programming and wireless high-speed internet access. Kitchens will feature stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops and exquisite European wood cabinetry. Double size showers and a soothing jacuzzi tub come equipped in the sanctuary that is the bathroom. Owners can also opt to rent their residences by including them in our fully coordinated rental program.
The Blue Rose Resort and Condo Hotel is proud to partner with Monarch Hotels and Resorts as the official hotel management company for the BLUE ROSE. Monarch brings decades of experience at some of the world's finest resort brands, including: Ritz Carlton, San Francisco, Palm Springs, Laguna Nigel, Pasadena, Palm Beach, Boston, Hawaii and Sharm El Sheik, Egypt. Four Seasons: Mandalay Four Season hotel, Four Seasons, Dallas. The Peabody hotel, Memphis, The Doral Gold Resort & Spa, Miami. Marriot Marquis Hotel, New York, Marriott Tan Tar-A Resort, Renaissance Hotels in Dallas, Houston and Austin. Wyndham Hotels and resorts, Dallas, Miami and Jamaica.
Upon completion, residence owners will be invited to participate in a rental arrangement.
Participation is entirely voluntary.
it will require a $10,000 100% fully refundable reservation deposit... At the time of contract, which we anticipate will be in July, you will be required to bring the balance up to 10%. An additional 10% will be due at construction start estimated for the fall of 2006.
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Article from the Orlando Sentinel
Luxury resort to rise 39 stories
Project would include theater, meeting space
Sentinel Staff Writer
February 10, 2006
Construction is expected to begin late this year on a towering luxury hotel
project that would add 1,300 rooms and a 1,000-seat performing-arts theater
to southwest Orlando.
Called the Blue Rose Resort, the development is expected to cost $850
million and take as long as three years to build. It is planned for midway
between the Orange County Convention Center and Universal Orlando.
CMA Cos., a Miami development group, expects to break ground on the
project's first phase, which would include 515 rooms and suites, a theater
that features Broadway shows, five restaurants and 75,000 square feet of
meeting space. When complete, the project would consist of centrally
The development group said the exact height of the 39-story development
hadn't been determined.
"We're just saying it will be one of the tallest buildings in Orlando," said
Camilo Aguirre, one of three development partners. "We're not looking to get
into a competition over who can build the biggest yacht, so to speak."
Developers of Orlando City Place -- planned for a city block at Colonial
Drive and Interstate 4 -- also are aiming high. They want to build Orlando's
tallest skyscraper, a 460-foot-high residential building that would eclipse
downtown's current record holder, the 441-foot-high SunTrust Center.
Though investors would own rooms in the Blue Rose, the resort would operate
like a conventional hotel. CMA said the first phase would contain studios
and suites with 575 square feet to more that 3,000 square feet at prices
starting at more than $300,000.
"We estimate the first phase will take 18 to 24 months to complete," Aguirre
Suites would have an assortment of posh appointments, including big-screen
plasma television, granite countertops and leather furniture. It would have
a five-story lobby and 2,000 covered parking spaces.
The city of Orlando approved plans for the development last fall. Aguirre
said the Federal Aviation Administration still must approve the towers'
Aguirre has two partners, financier Gary Cohen and Jean Marc Meunier, a
French developer who has been involved in a large number of hotel and
entertainment projects in South Florida and cities around the country.
The hotel, on 13 acres facing a lake, is at the intersection of Universal
Boulevard and Carrier Drive, about 11/2 miles from the convention center.
Aguirre said the center's expansion has created demand for luxury lodging.
The Blue Rose would join two other luxury hotels that are either in the
works or planning to expand near the convention center. Hotelier Harris
Rosen is building the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, which is scheduled for
completion this year. The Peabody Hotel on International Drive is finalizing
financing for an expansion that would include a second tower.
Abe Pizam, dean of the University of Central Florida College of Hospitality
Management, said a luxury hotel would fill a regional demand.
"The Orlando market has a shortage of luxury rooms," Pizam said. "Many
conventions look around at the kind of rooms that are available, not just
the number of rooms. And we don't have enough luxury rooms within a
reasonable distance of the convention center."
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Blue Rose to tower above I-Drive hotels
Bob Mervine Staff Writer
Published: February 9, 2006
A group of South Florida developers are planning Orlando's tallest
high-rise hotel, a $500 million-plus condominium hotel with more than
1,300 units, 75,000 square feet of meeting space and its own 1,000-seat
Broadway-style theater, performing a three-hour nightly musical review.
Plans for the project -- first reported by Orlando Business Journal in
the Jan. 27-Feb. 2, 2006, edition -- will be revealed Feb. 23, the day
before Cohen Meunier & Aguirre Development Group LLC opens its sales
center at 7575 Universal Blvd, formerly the Siam Orchid restaurant.
Construction on the 39-story building will begin in October or November
of this year and will open in three phases between August 2008 and
January 2009, according to Camilo Aguirre, the founding principal.
"We see a demand in Orlando for a Vegas-style resort," says Aguirre. "It's been our vision for the last 12 months."
He describes the colorful, luxury 13-acre resort, which will include a
promenade around the resort's Swan Lake filled with 50 swans and dozens
of flamingos. Lining the walkway will be retail shops and five themed
Aguirre says he does not anticipate that the height of the structure,
tentatively set at 438 feet, will be a problem. He adds that the
developers have already been in touch with the Federal Aviation
Administration to submit a request for their approval on the height.
"That's exactly the kind of stuff we need to build business at the
convention center," says Tom Ackert, executive director of the Orange
County Convention Center. Ackert says the center has lost convention
business with groups who could not find enough luxury hotel space near
Condominium hotels sell the individual rooms to buyers, who in turn
offer the rooms for nightly rental as hotel rooms when they are not
using them. Aguirre says a South Florida management company will run the
Aguirre says the pre-construction prices will start at about $300,000
for the entry level, 575-square-foot, one-bedroom suite, with a
1,200-square-foot, three-bedroom unit going for $500,000. All rooms will
include luxury furnishings such as a $1,500 executive leather chair, a
50-inch plasma screen television in an entertainment center, Jacuzzi
whirlpools, oversized showers, granite countertops and European wood
Twenty-five loft-size suites, at 3,000 square feet, will top the
building and will be the last of the three phrases to be completed on
the building's top floors.
Aguirre estimates the build out sales for Blue Rose will be $850 million.
Aguirre has been involved with the Ocean Beach Resort, the 1500 Ocean
Drive Project and the Bethel Beach Club Resort and Spa. He founded the
Immo Group Inc., a leading real estate investment banking group.
Another partner, Gary Cohen, is the managing director and CEO of MOC
Capital Partners Inc. in Boca Raton, which does about $200 million in
commercial real estate business annually. The third principal, Jean Marc
Meunier, is CEO of Constructa US, developers of projects such as
CocoWalk, 1500 Ocean Drive and the Mary Brickell Village in South
Florida, and new Sofitel hotels in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and
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