College Park is a neighborhood district within the City of Orlando. It is so named because many of its streets are named after prominent institutions of higher learning, such as Princeton, Harvard and Yale. It is a neighborhood with a business district and diverse residential areas with smaller homes to the very large and ornate, … » Learn More about College Park, Orlando
Baldwin Park was established in the early 2000s and now boasts a population of around 7,000. Originally it was a naval training base on 1,100 acres adjacent to Winter Park to the south east. It is a mixed-use community of upscale dwellings, sited around beautiful Lake Baldwin with 57% owned properties, single family and condominiums … » Learn More about Baldwin Park, Orlando
Audubon Park is a neighborhood in the North Central part of Orlando also known as the Audubon Park Garden District. Billing itself as a “Shopping+dining ecodistrict in Orlando”. It’s a charming area made up mostly of older homes, bookstores, craft beer brewery, vintage shops, cafes and a farmer’s market. It prides itself on having the … » Learn More about Audubon Park, Orlando
Founded in 1881 by Loring Chase from Chicago and Oliver Chapman from Canton, Massachusetts. They were looking for a place to get away from the Northern cold, blustery days of winter and they found it in Winter Park. In 6 square miles there lie eleven lakes, 6 of them make up what is known as … » Learn More about Winter Park
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