Downtown Orlando is the core and central business district of Orlando, Florida. It is the beating heart of the city. There are so many activities to keep you busy, with award-winning chefs, professional sports teams, cultural activities and museums, a sizzling nightlife, state-of-the-art performing arts center and much more. It is also the center of many festivals, parades, political demonstrations, and other high-profile events year-round. Downtown Orlando is the economic heart of Central Florida. Home to residential and commercial towers, local and state government offices, art galleries, retail, and parks, and thanks to the two leading hospital campuses, biomedical technology and life sciences thrive here. This is why the Orlando region has been No. 1 in the nation for job growth four years in a row, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Downtown Real Estate is a mix, with everything from historical homes with old brick paved streets to new housing developments with modern luxury condos with scenic views from their balconies. Residents of Downtown Orlando love the different ways to get around the city like LYMMO, SunRail, bike share, or car share. Downtown Orlando has surely lots to offer and a great place to live.
Places of interest
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts with three indoor theaters and outdoor plaza, you can catch Broadway shows, performances by the Orlando Ballet, top musicians and comedians, cultural festivals, and much more.
Lake Eola Park with various live events, art shows, cultural festivals, Farmers Markets and more events always taking place here
Amway Center Besides featuring big-name concerts, You can watch a game of hockey and cheer on the Solar Bears or put on a jersey and root for the Orlando Magic in their basketball games.
SAK Comedy Lab Experts in improvisation will test their skills, and with plenty of audience participation, as there are no two shows that are alike.
AC SKY BAR is located on the 18th floor of the hi-rise AC Hotel by Marriott Orlando with Towering concrete columns, centerpiece bar and low-slung seating areas, all in the open air with views on three sides. even though it is a bar and not a restaurant, the AC Kitchen serves a variety of Spanish-style tapas.