Schenkel Schultz to relocate 65 employees to Winter Park

The architecture firm will leave its headquarters in downtown Orlando and move to a renovated single-story building on North Orange Avenue

Jan. 22, 2024

By Beth Kassab

Architecture firm Schenkel Schultz is planning to move its corporate headquarters from downtown Orlando to Winter Park later this year, the firm said in a press release on Monday.

The move in the fall of 2024 would involve renovating the single-story building at 834 North Orange Avenue, across from the Rollins College baseball stadium, into a 12,000-square-foot open layout to accommodate the 65 employees who now work in the firm’s office near Lake Eola.

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The Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, a project designed by Schenkel Schultz.

The concept would also contain outdoor spaces for events and programing, the release said.

“This strategic relocation is a pivotal moment for Schenkel Shultz, aligning with the sustainability commitments announced at the close of 2023,” the release stated. “The renovations will adhere to the principles of the ‘AIA Materials Pledge,’ utilizing products that minimize carbon emissions and champion human health, climate health, ecosystem health, social health and equity, and contributing to a circular economy.”

Schenkel Schultz is known for its work on schools, airports, arts venues and more. It designed the new Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation headquarters off Park Avenue in Winter Park.

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    By: Beth Kassab

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