A new Thai restaurant has opened in the former Yum-Mi Sandwiches space in 9Mills 50.
At the Canvs one-year anniversary party on Thursday evening, it was announced that the downtown co-working space would be expanding into a 7,500 SF facility in Winter Park.
We spoke with our friends in the Municipal Planning department and nothing is on the books for this corner [GMap]. A number of Bungalower readers have been asking us if a new business would be going into the former Pauly’s Diner space, just across the street from the new Mills Park development, as the chain link fence (pictured above) had recently been removed.
City officials told us that Starbucks and a medical group had both looked at the space but both have since moved on.
Here’s a look at some of the events taking place this weekend.
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This is part of a series of story shares with Always Nothing (Website), a local platform for emerging creative culture in Orlando, offering a different perspective through visual and written media.
Dabble, a website devoted to connecting people with local skill-sharing workshops and classes, is moving into Orlando.
Rollins leaped five places this year to be ranked as the Most Beautiful Campus in this year’s The Best 380 Colleges by the Princeton Review.
The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) is accepting applications for their 2015 class. YEA is a year-long program that guides middle and high school students on how to launch and run their own real businesses and social movements.
The class is based on a STEM-inspired curriculum of science, technology, engineering, and math, featuring speakers and mentors from real world STEM fields and field trips.
YEA is open to students in grades 6-12 and will take place at the Orlando Science Center from 4:30-7:30 p.m. every Tuesday. Classes begin on November 2 and end May 4.
For more information or to apply, click HERE.