This effort created a template for strategic decision making for the City of Kissimmee when it considers annexation as an additional economic tool to advance its fiscal, social and service delivery goals.
Dr. Levey directed the entire entitlement process of this +/- 25,000 acre Tavistock Development Company project in Orange and Lake counties. He continues to provide ongoing assistance in negotiating roadway and impact fee credit agreements, master planning, and neighborhood and amenity design.
South Lake County
Dr. Levey managed the stakeholder engagement process supporting the master planning and conceptual design of this critical expansion of the Lake County Park System.
City of Kissimmee
Levey conducted a comprehensive analysis of the jurisdictional boundaries of the City to determine priorities. The project resulted in the annexation of all enclaves and showed how the City could improve service delivery and be compensated for the cost of the additional service areas.
Dr. Levey is engaged in the development of an Implementation Plan and Design Guidelines for the +15,000 acre planned growth area in Clermont and South Lake County. The results will fund master infrastructure, guide neighborhood design, and secure conservation area protection.
Levey Consulting was engaged to build collaboration amongst Innovation District partners and develop a governance structure for continued evolution and success.
Levey Consulting assists this homebuilder in identifying new markets and locations for new communities. Dr. Levey has also provided support for Craft’s entitlement and land development efforts.
Dr. Levey was an integral part of the City of Orlando team that facilitated the redevelopment of the Orlando Naval Training Center. He was instrumental in negotiating the inter-local agreement with the City of Winter Park which facilitated the process of redevelopment to advance without challenge or litigation.
Dr. Levey aided the University administration in establishing its position in downtown Orlando via assistance with the initial development agreements with the City of Orlando.