Developer the Onix Group plans to build a $90 million, 14-story building in Orlando, Florida called the Gateway that will include a 150-room hotel, medical offices, a conference center, a restaurant, and shops. The 270,846-square-foot project will be built on vacant land at the corner of East Princeton and North Orange avenues, at the gateway into AdventHealth’s Health Village in Orlando. Construction of the building will begin in spring 2024, and the building is scheduled to open in fall 2026. The hotel will be at the top of the Gateway building, and will offer studios and one-bedroom suites, as well as a 24-hour fitness center. The suites will feature living rooms, bathrooms and fully equipped kitchens. Specialty rooms also will be available with top-of-the-line fitness equipment. Other hotel amenities will include a sky lobby with a view of downtown Orlando, an artificial turf activity lawn and an outdoor pool. The architect of the project is NORR, and the general contractor is Batson-Cook. AdventHealth will be the anchor tenant and is leasing several floors in the building.