The City of Orlando is accepting proposals for the development of an upscale hotel next to Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center The property, referred to as Parcel 3, is directly north of the Seneff Arts outdoor plaza, along South St. A long-term lease of the site would provide an... Read More

Orlando Bike Share Has Launched in Downtown Orlando! At a ribbon cutting on Friday, Orlando Bike Share launched its short-term bike rental program. City and County officials attended the event at the OUC Reliable Plaza bike sharing station. Before a short group ride led by Mayor Buddy Dyer, OUC President Dan... Read More

Lake Nona to build new Mega-Lagoon, which will be the largest crystal lagoon project in the U.S. to date Lake Nona, a master-planned community in Central Florida, is a hot spot to live in in the U.S. according to a new report by John Burns Real Estate Consulting... Read More

As you plan for the new year, make it a resolution to explore more of Orlando. Here’s a list of 15 things to do in Downtown Orlando for 2015! Downtown Orlando Bucket List 2015 1. Ride SunRail. Leave your car behind and come downtown on the train. Read More

2014 Housing Review: Market Gains Predicted for 2015 This year demonstrated a steady build-up of housing momentum that is expected to carry the market into 2015 gains, according to a report released last week. The 2014 Housing Review includes the top 10 real estate trends in 2014, pointing to... Read More

A few smart steps can help you save thousands of dollars. Here are 5 tips to save money for homebuyers: 1. Don’t buy if you don’t plan to stay. If you can’t commit to remaining in one place for at least a few years, then owning is probably not for... Read More

The City of Orlando has begun installing the new smart parking meters downtown The new smart parking meters downtown will be able to accept credit cards and eventually will allow drivers to add time and get updates via an app. The existing meters at the 1,000 spaces downtown are being swapped... Read More

Orlando: You Don’t Know The Half Of It Orlando is rolling out a new ad campaign, in an attempt to rebrand the region as an economic hub. The ads build directly on the region’s reputation as a theme park mecca, but attempt to show the world that there’s... Read More

Your Guide to Holiday Fun in Orlando, From Today Until January 1st! The holiday season is bursting at the seams with things to do and see. From the arts to sports, boat parades to theme parks, we have one suggestion a day from today all the way to Jan. Read More