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Is downtown living for you? If you are interested in diverse dining and entertainment options, as well as exciting nightlife and year round events, a home in downtown Orlando may be perfect for you.
There are actually six distinct neighborhoods with housing options in downtown Orlando: Uptown North Orange, Eola Heights, Thornton Park, South Eola District, Lake Cherokee Historic District and Parramore. Each area offers unique elements and culture, with something for everyone. Check out the links or email us if you’d like to take a personalized tour of any or all of the neighborhoods.
Living in downtown Orlando means that everything is within reach. Like to shop? You’ll have to work hard to control yourself at the dozens of stores located within the downtown area, offering everything from custom eyeglasses to vintage records and made-from-scratch cookies and gifts for the friend that has everything. Boutique men’s and women’s clothing shops, hair salons and jewelry stores abound, as well as spas and gyms to keep you at your best. While you’re at it, pamper your furry friends at one of the area’s local pet salons.
If you love to eat, there is no better place to be. Downtown Orlando offers something for every palette and your taste buds can travel the world without leaving town. Whether you’re craving southern “soul food,” succulent seafood, brick oven pizza, exotic Caribbean or authentic dim sum, you can find it within the downtown
Orlando Limits. Click here to see a listing of all the wonderful dining options that residents and visitors of downtown Orlando are enjoying.
When you’re not busy shopping or eating, the events in downtown Orlando are endless, and you’ll always be able to find something to keep you occupied. Check out the museums or art galleries, sing along with your favorite band at one of the numerous outdoor concerts held throughout the year, or cheer on your favorite team at one of the sports venues.
Living downtown also offers all of the traditional amenities offered in suburbs. First class schools, diverse religious organizations, a public library, the Orlando Farmer’s Market and multiple grocery and sundry stores ensure that you’re within reach of everything you need on a daily basis. And when you want to get around, go for a stroll on the paved sidewalks, get it “in gear” on the miles of bike paths, or hop on a convenient bus, taxi or pedicab. Or, take a ride in an environmentally friendly O-Cartz car or horse-drawn carriage!
When you work hard, you deserve to play hard, and in downtown Orlando, you don’t have to travel far for either. Call or email us today – We’d love to take you on a personal tour of downtown Orlando and show you everything it has to offer!