New 2,900-Home Agrihood Planned Near UCF

New 2,900-Home Agrihood Planned Near UCF An Orlando developer is taking the sustainable farm-to-table movement to the extreme with plans for a new $1 billion, 1,237-acre mixed-use development near the University of Central Florida. Dwight Saathoff’s related Project Finance & Development LLC announced plans to start construction in 2016 on a new 2,900-home working farm community,

Orlando’s Cultural Scene Has Grown Up!

Orlando’s Cultural Scene Has Grown Up, No Longer a Wasteland! Long derided as a cultural wasteland, Orlando’s restaurant and performing arts scene has grown up in recent years, and it is starting to attract attention from national arbiters of taste. Wine Enthusiast magazine recently named Orlando as one of the nation’s top wine travel destinations,

Orlando Ranked Second Most Creative City!

Orlando Ranked Second Most Creative City! Creativity is something highly valued in today’s society. Whether you’re finding new ways to present a product to the masses, writing the best screenplay ever, or capturing emotion with the movement of a paintbrush or violin bow, being creative can be lucrative and deeply satisfying. And it makes sense

Orlando Obtained Highest MEI Score!

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and the City of Orlando proudly announced on Wednesday that Orlando obtained highest MEI score! Orlando obtained highest MEI score of 100 for 2014. Municipal Equality Index (MEI) is a nationwide evaluation of 353 cities on how inclusive the city’s laws and policies are for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)