April 15, 2015
Tomorrow is Third Thursday, get out and see what Downtown Orlando has to offer! With it being a mix of art, food, technology talk and networking you are bound to find something to pique your interest.
Gallery Hop: Hosted by the Downtown Arts District features numerous galleries and non-traditional art venues that spotlight the best of established and emerging Orlando-based artists in tandem with nationally and internationally acclaimed artists. When and Where: 6-9pm at various locations, see map
Taste of Church Street: This culinary experience offers food and beverage specials, local art and entertainment in the heart of the Church Street District. When and Where: 5-10pm at Church St. District
Tech Meetup: The Orlando Tech Meetup offers tech enthusiasts and entrepreneurs the chance to socialize and hear five different technology groups present live product demos. Where: 7-9pm at Effin Amazing
Networking: Hosted by the Downtown Orlando Partnership, these professional networking events allow attendees to experience one of downtown’s fine establishments while making great local business connections. When and Where: 5:30-7pm at Extract Juice Bar
April 10, 2015
It’s April and you know that means? It means it is time for Orlando’s Spring Fiesta in the Park! This weekend join in and be one of the 150,000 people that are estimated to be in attendance! Spend the weekend walking around Lake Eola, shopping some truly unique art and crafts and eating and drinking from some amazing food vendors!
The Fall and Spring Fiesta in the Park have become some of Downtown Orlando’s most popular events, held annually, they attract attendees and vendors from all over the United States. And it is easy to see why, you mix great art and crafts with food and some of the best weather you can ask for and you are bound to be a success! This is a family and pet friendly event, there is something for everyone so wear comfortable shoes, bring a picnic blanket and stay a while!
April 8, 2015
Please come join us Sunday, April 19th for ‘The Private Gardens of Historic Orlando featuring Lake Eola Heights’ tour. The event is held by Lake Eola Heights Garden Committee and features a number of local sponsors, including us, the ThinkLiveBe Property Team! We are so pleased to be a sponsor and cannot wait to spend the day strolling through the gardens of one of Downtown Orlando’s most historic neighborhoods. This is a self guided tour where you are invited into the gardens of a number of residences and you’ll have an opportunity to speak with the garden care takers and in some gardens you will even be serenaded by local musicians as you take in these lovely surroundings. We cannot think of a more special way to spend the day!
Tickets are available at Handy Pantry Grocery, aka ‘Garden Central’. They are $15 in advance or $20 on the day of. You can also purchase them online, here.
The tour starts at ‘Garden Central’ at noon and goes until 5pm, but remember it is self guided. There will be complimentary Gem Cars available to take you to and from the homes.
April 3, 2015
This year is the 61st Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Winter Park. The city hides 10,000 eggs throughout Central Park, children up to age 10 are welcome to join, everyone else can join in on the laughs! The hunt begins at 10:00am but get there a little early to get a good spot as there will be lots of competition…but don’t worry, its very friendly competition! And its okay to come up empty handed because there are plenty of treats to be had at the treat table.
Where: Central Park in Winter Park
When: Saturday April 4th at 10:00 am
March 31, 2015
Welcome to Colonialtown North! This is a charming neighborhood just North East of Downtown Orlando. Colonialtown North is filled with 1920s and 1940s bungalows, some 1950s ranch homes, and also home to some new construction. It is not a historic district although it is filled with historic charm.
The neighborhood is located within walking distance to Mills50 Main Street district, a thriving business district with shops and restaurants and biking distance to Downtown, Thornton Park, and Audubon Park. The proximity to the Orlando Urban Trail makes it a very bike friendly neighborhood. You’ll find charming bungalows priced in the low $200,000s all the way up to large two – story homes near $400,000. There is a voluntary neighborhood association, a community garden, and community pool and rec center. If walk-ability is in your must have list, this neighborhood should top your list.
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