What started out as a village of eclectic 20th Century bungalows nestled on numerous lakes with cobblestone streets and gas lanterns has grown to a metropolitan city servicing the weary traveler and showing them an island of adventure. The obvious home of the world's favorite theme parks is a destination city that attracts the young and mature alike!
Orlando, now the hub of the world for relaxation and creativity, is also growing by leaps and bounds in the medical fields as the new VA Hospital opens it's doors to compliment the new Nemours Children's Hospital and research centers located in the new suburb of Lake Nona. Lake Nona is also toting the ability to furnish the fastest internet speeds and smart technology beyond anywhere else in the nation due to the high technology demand in Medical City.
Because of the extensive construction of Medical City and surrounding retail venues, under the supervision of The Tavistock Development Company, Lake Nona is expected to create over 50,000 jobs in the next three years. Just completed is the Marriott Residence Inn and Courtyard by Marriott featuring the area's first onsite conference and event spaces. Phase one construction is also enjoying the opening of two stand alone restaurants adjoining the hotels, Chroma Modern Bar & Kitchen and Bosophorous Turkish Cuisine.
Orlando is also home to a diverse community that enjoys the cultural events found in the downtown area graced by the new sport and theatrical venues including the new Dr Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and The Amway Center. This is not your average stadium but a multifunctional complex consisting of a sports facility, restaurants and Stuff's Magic castle for the kids.
Outdoor cafes and walking trails embellish the downtown area of Orlando on Lake Eola to bring the quaint feeling of neighborhood to a thriving city. This is where we hang our hat. We would enjoy the chance to find a place to hang yours. We invite you to take a look at the homes that may be available to you as a new resident in the Orlando and Lake Nona neighborhoods.