Formerly the site of the Hansel Power Plant, which Kissimmee sold to Mosaic developers for $1.16 million back in 2014, Mosaic at Lake Toho is poised to welcome between 800 to 1,000 residents to the heart of downtown Kissimmee. Boasting 388 thoughtfully designed studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom apartments, Mosaic at Lake Toho stands as a testament to the city’s commitment to fostering a diverse, inclusive, and dynamic living environment for its residents.
During the grand opening ceremony, led by Kissimmee Mayor Olga Gonzalez, City Manager Mike Steigerwald, and Roxanne Amoroso, lead Principal of Mosaic Development Company, the collaborative efforts between the city and Mosaic Development were highlighted as a testament to their shared vision of fostering a vibrant and inclusive urban landscape, and that the project, that successfully navigated through COVID, product shortages, and human resource challenges, was not a simple one.
“Today, the Mosaic Apartments, and its new residents that call Downtown Kissimmee home, have already brought more business to our local merchants and restaurants, and hopefully will continue to encourage others to strongly consider downtown Kissimmee as a place to operate a business bringing even more attention and visitors to the area,” Kissimmee Mayor Olga Gonzalez shared before the ribbon cutting.
“The City of Kissimmee’s vision to renovate the lakefront 20 to 25 years ago was to bridge the gap between downtown and the lakefront park, and to fill the area with development that will bring people living downtown that have disposable income, that can walk and be a sustainable consumer base for our business community in the downtown Kissimmee area,” City Manager Mike Steigerwald shared.
Mosaic at Lake Toho is a meticulously planned four-story luxury apartment community, which includes a collaborative co-work lab space, a state-of-the-art two-level fitness center, a serene yoga room, and a resort-style pool and pool deck equipped with outdoor kitchen facilities. Additional features such as inside bike storage and parcel-delivery management further underline Mosaic’s commitment to elevating the standard of contemporary urban living.
Emphasizing the importance of seamless connectivity and accessibility, Mosaic at Lake Toho, with its beautiful view of Lake Tohopekaliga’s lakefront, is strategically located a mere two blocks away from a bustling multimodal transit station, providing convenient access to the SunRail and Amtrak commuter and passenger rail services. Serving as a regional transportation hub for bus services, this strategic location underscores Kissimmee’s commitment to fostering sustainable, connected communities that prioritize accessibility and ease of transit.
“This project went a year longer than any of us thought it was going to, but the ‘stick-to-itness’ and the commitment to it, and the end product speaks for itself,” Roxanne Amoroso Williams shared with those attending the grand opening.
As Kissimmee continues to embrace a future defined by progress, connectivity, and community engagement, Mosaic at Lake Toho stands as a beacon of transformation, embodying the city’s vision of a vibrant, inclusive, and thriving downtown community. With its innovative design, unparalleled amenities, and strategic connectivity, this landmark development paves the way for a new era of urban living and sets the stage for Kissimmee’s continued evolution into a dynamic and interconnected urban hub.
For more information about Mosaic at Lake Toho, call (407) 988-0251, or visit MosaicatLakeToho.com.