The Registry at Michigan Park

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The Registry at Michigan Park

Luxury Resort-Style Condominiums


Our community is centrally located close to downtown Orlando, Orlando International Airport and Central Florida's best attractions. Awarded the 2005 District 2 Beautification Award this property perfectly combines the benefits of city living with the relaxed and laid back atmosphere of a resort. Residents benefit from numerous amenities such as: a state of the art fitness room facility, a completely equipped business center that includes an executive-style conference room, two heated pools, a hot tub, a wading pool, a luxurious and beautifully-designed great room that can be reserved for private functions, valet garbage pick up, basic cable, Internet, wi-fi service in the common areas along with access-controlled entry and gated parking for residents. The community is subject to video recording 24 hours per day 7 days a week. On-site condominium association management and maintenance are among the numerous services our residents benefit from. Sense of community, luxury, location and services; The Registry at Michigan Park has it all.



There are units For Sale and/or For Rent at The Registry. However, you must contact the owner of the unit for showings. Models are NOT available and the management team is NOT authorized to show any unit for sale and/or rental purposes.


A realtor, property manager, and/or the owner of the unit must be contacted in order to see a unit at The Registry. For convenience; a self-assist bulletin board with rental information is located near the main entrance.  We encourage you to stop by and see our community to learn why so many others have fell in love with our well-maintained, centrally located, and friendly community.



Internet & Cable Service


Internet is covered under your association fees. For Cable and Internet Support, please call SPECTRUM at 855.326.5115.

Basic and Standard cable services are covered in your Association dues. High-definition and Premium Channels are paid for by the individual unit owners and/or residents. Should you wish to upgrade the service in your unit, please contact SPECTRUM as well.


Electric: OUC - 407-423-9018
To report street lights problems please dial 407-737-4222.



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About our Association


Board of Directors & Management Company

  • Jean Abi-Aoun - President
  • Sam Sebaali - Vice President
  • Michael Bennett - Secretary / Treasurer

Assessments Payment Options:

On-line payment options are available at

Acceptable methods of payment: credit cards and electronic checks.  One time and recurring payment options are available.

Payment Mailing Address:

PO Box 105302, Atlanta GA 30348-5302.

Please include your payment coupon


On-Site Office:

5550 E Michigan Street
Orlando FL 32822


On-Site Office Hours:

Monday- Friday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Closed for lunch 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm


Towing & Parking Rules

All residents must be aware that the Parking Lot Rules will be STRICTLY enforced. This means that ALL vehicles WITHOUT barcodes inside the gated area will be subject to towing WITHOUT further warning AT THE OWNER'S EXPENSE. Similarly, vehicles left unattended for more than 24 hours in the visitor area will be subject to towing WITHOUT further warning AT THE OWNERS EXPENSE. Please refer to The Registry Rules and Regulations. There will be a zero-tolerance policy. 

It is important that you ensure your guests are not towed. Please direct your guests to the appropriate area and/or notify the office if you have guests that will remain on the property more than 24 hours. Visitor passes are not issued. NO BACK-IN PARKING ALLOWED.

The Board of Administration is not responsible for acts of vandalism occurring on the property. However, we suggest that valuables are not left visible in the vehicles parked on the property, lock your vehicle, and ensure your property is safe. Similarly, the Condominium Association will not be responsible for any damage caused to the vehicle while towed for illegal parking.

Please be advised, the parking rules were recently revised and are not limited to the use of decals. Please visit our Community Pages and review the Rules and Regulations for details.

Rental of Units

Owners renting their units must submit a complete Intent to Lease Application along with the application fee. Applications are reviewed during the weekend with responses from the Board of Administration submitted usually on the following week. Notices of Intent to Lease must be in the office by Friday noon for it to be reviewed that weekend. The Board of Administration has 30 days to submit their response to a submitted application. The forms are available in the Community Pages of The Registry Website. Please make sure to print all the forms: Intent to Lease, Lessee Application, and Background Check Release. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. 

Leasing Guidelines

  1. All leases shall be in writing and shall be subject to this Declaration, the Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, and the Rules and Regulations of the Association and shall be approved by the Association.
  2. Subleasing of units is prohibited.
  3. Any person(s) living in a unit, other then the titled owner(s), shall be considered a tenant(s) and must execute a lease to live in the unit.
  4. As clarification please be advised, all adult residents who are not title holders and are not paying rent, but whose primary residence is at The Registry are still required to submit Intent to Lease Notice for Board approval prior to moving into the unit.
  5. Any guest staying in the unit more than 30 days, even if not paying rent must be approved by the Board of Administration.
  6. Tenants that do not go through the required leasing procedure listed below will not be furnished with vehicle decals (barcodes) and will not receive key fobs to the Building, the Great Room or the Exercise Room.
  7. Pursuant to FS 718.116(4), the Board may not approve leases for unit owners that are over 30 days delinquent in their assessments at the time the approval is sought.
  8. When a unit is leased, a tenant shall have all use rights in the Association property and those common elements otherwise readily available for use generally by unit owners and the unit owner shall not have such rights except as a guest.
  9. Applications to lease a unit may take up to thirty (30) days after receipt of fully-completed Intent to Lease, Tenant Application, and Background Check Release forms/fees.
  10. Approval must be obtained prior to a prospective resident moving into a unit.
  11. All leases must be a minimum of one (1) year in duration, no exceptions.
  12. Each unit is restricted to no more than three (3) occupants for the one (1) bedroom unit, four (4) occupants for the two (2) bedroom unit and six (6) occupants for the three (3) bedroom unit.
  13. Non-resident owners are responsible for their tenants abiding by the rules and regulations of the Association and must supply their tenant a copy of these rules. Non-resident owners must inform their tenant that any reports, complaints, and/or suggestions are to be presented to the office by the unit owner.
  14. No unit may be used for short-term, transient housing, hotel or business.  All units shall be used and occupied only as private, single-family residences and for no other purpose.
  15. The Association is charged with the authority to terminate any lease agreement in the event of a tenant's violation of the use and occupancy regulations and a provision specifically delineating it must be included in every lease for a unit.
  16. There must be a current lease on record at all times.
  17. All expired, continuous leases may be renewed without an additional background check and may be renewed for less then 1 year. The Board of Administration reserves the right not to approve a lease renewal for tenants who have a history of not abiding by the rules and regulations.
  18. Procedures required to lease a unit is as follows:
  19. A Notice of Intent to Lease must be completely filled out by both the owner/agent and the applicant.
  20. Each tenant over the age of eighteen must fill out a separate rental application at the time of leasing, with the exception of a husband and wife; who may submit one application, signed by both parties.
  21. Each tenant over the age of eighteen must fill out a separate Background Check Release form at the time of application, with the exception of a husband and wife, who may submit one form, signed by both parties. A check for the amount listed on the Intent to Lease form must accompany each Background Check Release form.
  22. When the processing of the application and background check have been completed, the onsite manager will notify applicant(s).
  23. A signed lease, with beginning and expiration dates must also be provided to the onsite manager before taking occupancy.


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