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Coffee, Beer & Ice Cream All Coming Together At Packing District’s New Dr. Phillips’ Juice Stand

As Orlando’s much anticipated Packing District takes shape, the most unique feature of the massive, master planned project, a replica of Dr. Phillips’ juice stand, will soon be occupied by three well-known Central Florida food vendors.


Dr. Phillips Charities, the community builder behind the $700-million Packing District project, have announced that the popular Foxtail Coffee, Ravenous Pig Brewing Company, and Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream will be setting up home inside the retro Dr. Phillips’ juice stand replica.


Dr. Phillips’ juice stand replica in the Packing District Orlando

The 1,800-square-foot Dr. Phillips’ juice stand replica is expected to be completed and opened for business in early 2023, with the iconic neon sign already installed atop the building.


With its retro neon sign acting as a beacon to welcome locals, and three popular local companies as tenants, the juice stand is sure to become a very busy focal point for The Packing District.


Dr. Phillips’ juice stand replica in the Packing District Orlando

The replica juice stand at the Northeast corner of Princeton Street and Orange Blossom Trail.


The eye catching building will serve as a landmark for The Packing District and pay homage to the citrus industry in the area, and an iconic piece of the early Dr. Phillips citrus operations.


the original Dr. Phillips’ juice stand in Orlando

The original juice stand was built in 1948 and was an iconic piece of the early Dr. Phillips citrus operations in Orlando.


the original Dr. Phillips’ juice stand in Orlando

With an eye toward preserving the buildings of the past while celebrating the future, the development team repurposed remnant brick repurposed from old buildings constructed by Dr. Phillips in the mid-1900s to use as exposed aggregate for the new Juice Stand landscape walls.


The new Juice Stand sits near The Cannery, a luxury Class A multifamily project developed by Embrey Partners, on what is to become a primary point of interest for The Packing District, featuring a Publix grocery store and restaurants.


The site is where Dr. Phillips once canned oranges for distribution around the world.


So, within the next several years, this industrial part of Orlando will soon be an entirely new neighborhood.


The Packing District will be a new community for the city of Orlando

The Packing District will be a new community for the city of Orlando, stitching together neighborhoods and honoring the legacy of this special place.

The district’s master plan has been designed to encourage community wellness from the development of a new regional park to the network of plazas – each connected by pedestrian and bike trails that stitch everything together.

Some highlights of the district include:


YMCA Family Center

Regional Park

Trails

Food Hall

4Roots Farm & Agriculture Center


The Packing District will be a new community for the city of Orlando



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