SPONSORED by International Day of Yoga at The Acre: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news. We’ve also started including some of the headlines you may have missed in last week’s hustle-and-bustle.
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TOP TEN HEADLINES OF THE WEEK:
- Sponsored – House of the Day: An urban oasis on Lake Emerald is asking $327,500.
- The former Thornton Park Graffiti Junktion will soon house a permanent pop-up kitchen.
- This Milk District corner development could be a game changer for the neighborhood.
- The City of Orlando has launched a prototype online services site.
- A new restaurant is replacing Giraffas in Mills Park.
- Nine awesome Orlando summer camps to sign your kids up for.
- Bring to Orlando: Crowd-sourced public monuments.
- Tap and Grind bar may be opening a new Mills 50 location.
- “There’s a 45 percent chance 2017’s hurricane season will be brutal.” – Orlando Weekly
- “On the market: Downtown’s Church Street Station North seeks best offer.” – Orlando Business Journal
ICYMI: Here are a number of articles from last week that you may have missed:
- Puddles Pity Party will perform at the Plaza Live.
- Pine Hills Neighborhood Improvement District to host Small Scale Development webinar.
- The DMS Group is moving into the former Urban ReThink space in Thornton Park.
- Cool Job Alert: Interactive Media Coordinator.
- First Green Bank Downtown branch is seeking approval for a rooftop solar panel grid.