“So much of what we do as a firm goes toward growth and strengthening Central Florida’s communities ensuring children are cared for and given the opportunity to grow. We are thrilled to design this facility that will benefit those struggling with life threatening illnesses”

C.T. Hsu, FAIA, LEED AP, President of C.T. Hsu + Associates

Give Kids the World Town Center

We provided architectural services for the new Give Kids the World Village Town Hall and the “Gingerbread House” remodel project in Kissimmee. The Give Kids the World Village is a 70-acre complex in Kissimmee that is uniquely themed to provide children with life-threatening illnesses and their families with memorable, magical, and cost-free experiences by offering accommodations, entertainment attractions, and whimsical venues.

The Town Hall connects to the existing 5,600 square foot “Gingerbread House” dining facility situated prominently at the southern end of The Village’s beautifully landscaped pedestrian town center. The ground level of the new Town Hall includes a themed food-court with dining capacity for 450 people and a 7,600 square foot multi-purpose events hall with a stage. The upper level houses the new administrative offices for Give Kids the World.

  • Project type
  • Budget
    $7 million
  • Size
    58,000 SQ FT
  • Status
    Completed in 2015