DOWNTOWN ORLANDO NEIGHBORHOODS

EXPLORE DOWNTOWN ORLANDO NEIGHBORHOODS

UPTOWN NORTH ORANGE

Uptown North Orange is a unique and identifiable community with mix of medium to high intensity office and employment units with residential space to create a self-sustaining neighborhood. Central elements to Uptown’s success are an  emphasis on open space and cultural linkages accentuated through tree-lined streets. Because Uptown serves as the gateway to the Cultural Corridor from the north, cultural elements that depict the area’s uniqueness and celebrate the prominence of water are abundant.

CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

The business core of Downtown Orlando, the Central Business District consists of theaters, galleries, museums and parks connected by public transit. The area is accentuated by art and cultural elements that attract guests of all ages. The Central Business District is thriving retail and office market which fosters daytime commerce, while entertainment and sporting events are ongoing and evenings are filled with dining and culture to illuminate the nightlife.

EOLA HEIGHTS

Eola Heights is a historic neighborhood located within the heart of Downtown Orlando.  Shady, tree-lined streets cover this residential area within walking distance of Lake Eola Park and the hub of Downtown. The Thornton Park and South Eola Districts are both a short walk away with great retail and dining experiences.

SOUTH EOLA DISTRICT

The South Eola District offers a unique shopping, dining, and entertainment experience.  With Lake Eola Park at its center, the South Eola District is home to numerous events (such as the Orlando Farmers Market), great residential spaces and a plethora of unique dining experiences makeup this picturesque neighborhood.

THORNTON PARK

Thornton Park is a great place to unwind and find real relief in the brick-lined streets of the City’s most stylish district.  Just east of Lake Eola in Downtown’s green heart, the residential neighborhood is home to street after street of oak-shaded bungalows. Many  of the streets were built in the original Florida “cracker” style with wraparound front porches. A colorful commercial district stretches along Washington Street, Summerlin Avenue, and Central Boulevard, with a European feel to the restaurants and boutiques.

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