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January 28, 2023

Kamp KPMG Puts Out a Welcome Mat

Konstruction on KPMG Lakehouse is finally komplete, and the first group of kampers will descend upon the Orlando community of Lake Nona, FL, next week.

New York-based Big Four auditing firm KPMG LLP will bring its first round of “learners” to the $450 million, 780,000-square-foot KPMG Lakehouse in Lake Nona starting on Jan. 6, company spokesman Matt Gomez told Orlando Business Journal. The project marks the largest capital investment ever for KPMG.

It also will be a boon for Central Florida’s economy. The 55-acre site will bring thousands of KPMG employees into the market, creating at least 80 jobs at the facility and more than 250 third-party contract operator positions. The average salary of those jobs will be $66,098. It also could create additional economic impact by generating about 48,000 visits annually to Orlando.

Massive $450M Lake Nona training center completed [Orlando Business Journal]

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