Downtown Orlando Real Estate

About Downtown Orlando

Uptown North Orange South Eola District Eola Heights

Thorton Park Lake Cherokee Historic District Central Business District

Downtown Orlando offers something for everyone, from the college graduate that wants to enjoy the nightlife to the empty nester who wants to the arts and cultural amenities and for everyone in between. Downtown Orlando is filled with great restaurants, art galleries, sports facilities, such as the newly built AmwayCenter, and parts, all at your fingertips amongst the walkable streets of Downtown’s core.

dtorlando Downtown Orlando Real Estate | Downtown Orlando RealtorLake Eola Park is the centerpiece of Downtown Orlando. This 23 acre man made lake was originally formed by a sink hole and was donated to the City of Orland in the late 1800’s. The fountain in the middle of Lake Eola is the most well known landmark in Downtown Orlando. Lake Eola Park hosts some of the Central Florida’s most popular events every year, such as music and art festivals, the Farmer’s Market, 5k run and much more. Condos and homes with a view of Lake Eola are some of the most desired in the city.

Uptown North Orange

Uptown North Orange is a unique and identifiable community that mixes medium to high intensity office and employment uses with residential uses to create a self-sustaining neighborhood.

Eola Heights

Eola Heights is a historic neighborhood located within the heart of Downtown Orlando. Shady, tree-lined streets cover this residential area. Eola Heights is just blocks from Lake Eola Park and the hub of Downtown.

Thornton Park

If you’re looking to unwind you can find real relief in the brick-lined streets of Thornton Park, 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.

amway Downtown Orlando Real Estate | Downtown Orlando RealtorSouth Eola District

Whether you’re looking for a unique shopping, dining or entertainment experience, or a little of all three, The South Eola District has it all. With Lake Eola Park at its center the South Eola District is home to numerous events.

Lake Cherokee Historic District

Designated in 1981, Lake Cherokee Historic District contains approximately 160 historic structures, primarily residences dating back to 1870’s. General boundaries are East-West Expressway on the north, Orange Avenue on the west, Cherokee Drive and Gore Street on the south and Summerlin Avenue on the east. This area is primarily residential.

Central Business District

The business core of Downtown Orlando, the Central Business District, consists of theaters, galleries, museums and parks connected by public transit and accentuated by art and cultural elements that attract people of all ages. The Central Business District’s thriving retail and office market serve to foster daytime commerce, while entertainment and sporting events are ongoing and evenings are filled with dining and culture that help to illuminate the nighttime atmosphere.