Orange County Courthouse (Orlando, Florida)

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This article is about the modern Orange County Courthouse. For the historical Orange County Courthouse, see Old Orange County Courthouse (Florida).
Orange County Courthouse
Orange County, FL Courthouse at Night.jpg
General information
Architectural style Postmodern[1]
Town or city 425 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, Florida
Country United States
Coordinates 28°32′53″N 81°22′45″W / 28.54806°N 81.37917°W / 28.54806; -81.37917
Completed 1997
Cost $100 million[2]
Client Orange County, Florida
Technical details
Size (416 feet tall)
Design and construction
Architect Heery International[3]

The Orange County Courthouse, located in Orlando, Florida, United States, comprises the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida and its associated offices, including Orange County's County Court. The courthouse complex includes a 23-level courthouse tower, two five-story office buildings for the State Attorney and Public Defender, and a 1,500 car parking facility."[4] It is connected to other downtown points by the free Lymmo bus.


  1. ^ "Orange County Courthouse". Emporis. Retrieved October 21, 2012. 
  2. ^ Cook, Thomas E. (2005). "1998 Orange County Courthouse". Central Florida Heritage Foundation. Retrieved 2009-05-30. 
  3. ^ "Orange County Courthouse". Heery International, Inc. Retrieved 2009-05-30. 
  4. ^ "Orange County Courthouse". Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida. Retrieved 2009-05-30. 

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