The long awaited Maddey’s Craft & Cru will be taking over the former home of Chicago’s Stuffed Pizza, on Church Street.
Here’s our rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week in Downtown Orlando area news.
We have a number of cool job opportunities that showed up on our radar this week. Downtown South is hiring a Marketing Coordinator as well as a new Executive Director, and Canvs in the Church Street Exchange is looking for a Membership Manager.
Last week we wrote about the possible annexation and rezoning of this lot on Pineloch Avenue that is currently the home of a mobile home park [GMap]. Plans have already been submitted for approval that detail a possible retail development to be located on that lot.
What we didn’t know at the time of that earlier post was that a new development would also expand westward and then face Orange Avenue.
The City of Winter Park’s Urban Forestry Division has just secured a $20,000 grant from the U.S. Forest Service and Florida Forest Service departments for the third phase of its tree maintenance program.
Photo by Jimmy Sherfey
Commissioner Patty Sheehan had announced that a press conference would be held at the park at 1 p.m today (Friday, October 2) to announce some exciting news concerning the future of Constitution Green, which the Orlando Sentinel apparently uncovered early.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, Mayor Buddy Dyer has signed a letter of intent to purchase the privately owned Constitution Green property from the Caruso family.
Here’s a look at some of the events taking place this weekend.
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MassageClicks, an on-demand massage app, has launched in Orlando. The same-day service will send licensed massage therapists to customer’s homes, offices, or hotel rooms.