Baldwin Park in Orlando, Florida has been developed carefully to create a sense of community. Baldwin Park has no gates or walls, instead, it blends into the surrounding areas. Baldwin Park is the city’s most successful new urban project and one of the larger walkable developments in the country. Homes are within easy walking distance of stores, offices, restaurants, and only 4 miles from Downtown Orlando. The roads are narrow, which he says keeps drivers from speeding, making streets safer for children. The houses are built close to the sidewalks with front porches facing the street.
There are plenty of community spaces, parks, lakes, playgrounds and common areas are other places to meet and socialize. There are Community swimming pools and fitness facilities as well. Baldwin park’s Roadways have more than 25 entries and exits to the neighborhood so traffic flows easily, and residents have quick access to other Orlando communities. Something that has helped Baldwin Park hold its own in a generally challenging real estate market is its wide range of "residential opportunities,
Housing diversity is huge here, Baldwin Park has large and small single-family homes, townhouses, stacked flats, apartments , and accessory units in close proximity. Baldwin Park is inviting to families, singles and empty nesters.
Places of interest:
Farris & Foster's Chocolate Factory Chocolate shop with candy parties & fountain rental, plus the chance to design your own confections.
Blue Jacket Park a 55-acre park that offers a track and field complex, lighted baseball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic areas with covered pavilions, two children's playgrounds, a great lawn for soccer and field games, fountain plaza and grand stairs.
Leu Gardens 50-acres of beautiful gardens with meandering trails shaded by 200-year-old oaks and forests of camellias . Discover over 40 different collections including a tropical rain forest, Florida's largest formal rose garden, butterfly garden and more.