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Lake Mary - Where Business Thrives

Offering your company a community in which to thrive is our business. Lake Mary has the distinction of hosting many corporate offices within its jurisdiction, and it also has room for more with hundreds of acres of undeveloped property reserved for Class A office space. The City of Lake Mary has the location and incentives to support the success of your business along with a fantastic community to enhance the quality of life for your employees and their families.

In Lake Mary, you will be amongst good company. The City is home to businesses such as:

  • AT&T
  • Charisma Media
  • Cingular Wireless
  • Crescent Communities
  • Duke Energy
  • FISERV Solutions
  • Siemens Information and Communications Network, Inc.
  • SunGard
  • Verizon
  • WKCF-TV Channel 18
  • WOFL-TV Channel 35

Nestled in Florida’s high-tech corridor, Lake Mary is a short ride away from AAA National Headquarters, Dixon Ticonderoga, Bellsouth Mobility, Convergys, Mitsubishi Power Supply and Colonial Town Center.

Premier Location

Choosing the right site is integral to the success of your business venture. Two of Lake Mary’s premier locations are the High-Tech Corridor, located just off I-4, and the downtown development district, which has increased potential due to the arrival of SunRail in May 2014.

  • I-4 High Tech Corridor (map)
  • Downtown Development District (map)

“When Pinnacle Hotel Management was seeking a state, county and eventually a city to develop a full service Marriott Hotel, we were excited to find a city like Lake Mary that would roll out the welcome mat for us. Being the first full-service hotel to build in Seminole County in 17 years could have been concerning to many, but Lake Mary proved to be a wonderful choice for our investment.”

Bruce Skwarlo, C.H.A. Area General Manager, Orlando Marriott Lake Mary

“When thinking about where to locate this facility and our employees, you can imagine that a company like Verizon has lots of options. We considered a host of important criteria, including a local talent pool, an array of quality of life factors, cost of living and much, much more. Once the evaluation was complete, Seminole County and specifically, Lake Mary, emerged as the ideal location for Verizon."  

Michelle A. Robinson, Vice President of State Government Affairs for Verizon Corporation