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Construction update: I-Drive's Mango's Tropical Cafe closer to showtime





Nov 4, 2015, 10:09am EST 
Updated Nov 4, 2015, 11:41am EST





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The interior of Mango's Tropical Cafe looks like a tropical paradise floated from Miami Beach and landed on International Drive.









Colorful art, towering palm trees and a unique terrazzo floor are all visible in a tour Orlando Business Journal took of the new nightclub and entertainment destination set to open later this year. Much of the venue's inspiration — including the design for the terrazzo flooring — came from Mango's Tropical Cafe Founder David Wallack.










  






 








Interior design work is nearing completion at Mango's Tropical Cafe on International… more












What was formerly the Friday's Front Row is now part of a larger re-imagining of the I-Drive and Sand Lake Road intersection, which will play a key role in attracting more visitors to the tourism corridor. It also will provide one of I-Drive's biggest customer bases — the convention visitor — another after-hours option.










Mango's is being developed and owned by Wallack Holdings LLC and will be overseen by local developer Joshua Wallack. He also is in the midst of planning to build the $460 million Skyplex project that will include a 501-foot roller coaster, zip-line and drop tower, wave pool and an open-air entertainment and dining plaza.







More investment in the area that can draw more visitation will help boost the region's existing $60 billion tourism and travel industry.




http://www.bizjournals.com/orlando/blog/2015/11/construction-update-i-drives-mangos-tropical-cafe.html


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