A big piece of prime property in Downtown Orlando will go to the Orlando Magic.

The City of Orlando voted unanimously Monday to sell the Orlando Police headquarters building and a parking garage near the Amway Center to the Orlando Magic. 

The team is buying OPD headquarters and the garage for $12.7 million. The team wants to build a $100 million entertainment complex that will include a hotel, retail spaces and a convention center.

Police Chief Paul Rooney said the current building is too big for his department and OPD wants to build a new headquarters.

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said the new complex will be indirectly very profitable. 

“It’s meeting space that could have as many as 1,000 delegates so that could fill other hotels and restaurants other than just at the Magic’s complex,” Dyer said.

Magic CEO Alex Martin said current businesses that are located in the parking garage that will be raised have all sign confidentiality agrees regarding their talks with the Magic – but Martin adds the company will work with each business regarding their futures. "We will deliver to them more than what we are required to deliver to them in terms of ability to relocate.”

Mayor Dyer hopes to have the first phase of the project done in three years with entire completion in five to six.  The first obstacle – finding a place for the Orlando Police Headquarters to go.

If all goes as planned, the Magic could begin early stages of the complex this summer following the current season.