The Prestige Worldwide Group's passion and commitment to preserving the unique beauty and rich architectural history is proven throughout the community.More
Deconstruction gives historic building materials new life. Unlike demolition, deconstruction requires the selective dismantling of a structure and re-purposing the materials in a new construction project.More
With the revitalization of properties, Prestige Worldwide Group is breathing new life into Lakeland's communities while maintaining the city’s architectural connection to the past.More
Looking to the future, while preserving the past.
The mission of Prestige Worldwide Group is to translate the group’s passion for historic architecture into a new kind of community.
In this endeavor, the team – led by real estate entrepreneur Gregory Fancelli – is changing the face of Lakeland with the preservation and restoration of properties within the historic districts.
The Prestige Worldwide Group is not only committed to excellence in design and architecture through the preservation of it's heritage, but to environmental sustainability, as well. When possible, homes are “deconstructed” then reconstructed utilizing as much of the original building materials as possible. These materials are considered valuable and precious materials from the past and lend an even greater sense of both history, and authenticity, to each new project.
To bring their vision even closer to home, Gregory Fancelli and his company have teamed up with local organizations such as Parker Street Ministries in order to rejuvenate and revitalize many of Lakeland’s inner city neighborhoods. Projects like these are infusing new life into this city.
"Historic preservation is a way to keep alive craftsmanship of an earlier era, build community and a generate a sense of pride. In some cases, restoring buildings actually rebuilds the social fabric of the community."
"Being a native, it is especially gratifying to be involved in preserving the historical character of Lakeland."
“I wanted to bring people to see all the new, fun, exciting things in Dixieland and thought what better way than a selfie wall; everyone loves art and selfies.”