Downtown Orlando
When people think of Orlando, most think of theme parks and a vast urban sprawl. However, the city proper is really the larger city associated with most of these popular attractions. Downtown in itself has so much to offer everyone, who lives, works and plays in Central Florida.

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

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

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 streets covered with oak-shaded bungalows.

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.

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.

The Parramore Heritage Community is a diverse area of residential neighborhoods, businesses, and industrial units west of the Downtown Orlando core. Parramore is the historic home of Orlando's African-American community, and is on the cusp of a new surge of growth as a diverse and vibrante Downtown area.

The Central Business District is the business hub of Downtown Orlando, the area consists of theaters, galleries, museums, and parks. Services are connected by public transit and accentuated by art and cultural elements that attract people of all ages. The Central Business District is 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 nightlife.

Winter Park
The Orange County city of Winter Park, situated north of Orlando, was once considered a winter resort. Today, the arts- and culture-filled city includes Rollins College and the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of Natural Art. Winter Park also is a nature lover's destination. Here you will find more than 70 parks, all home to various events, festivals and celebrations throughout the year - and available to anyone looking for a place to sit in the shade and enjoy a beautiful Central Florida afternoon. Not only are there enough activities to keep you and your family content within the Winter Park city limits, but all the Orlando attractions are just minutes away.