SPONSORED by Sustainability Symposium 2018: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed.
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- SPONSORED – Sustainability Symposium: Champions of Change coming to Downtown Orlando on January 8.
- SPONSORED – House of the Day: Ernest Rapp Crescent House on the market for $625,000.
- 2017 Story Roundup: Bungalower’s top ten most read posts of the year.
- Venue 578 undergoing name change and major renovations.
- Ask Bungalower: What’s the story with that Beeman Bubblegum House?
- Iron Cow now in soft opening in the Milk District.
- New co-working office space coming to Lincoln Plaza.
- “Orlando’s best new restaurants to open in 2017.” – Orlando Weekly
- “First Green Bank backs out of medical marijuana biz.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “Winter Park business sues Walmart over copyright infringement.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
ICYMI Here are some other news updates you may have missed:
- Ask Bungalower: Why is Amelia Street mock-blocked at Magnolia?
- Ask Bungalower: Why are they draining Lake Lucerne?
- Artisan’s Table names new Executive Chef.
- Two prime commercial lots for sale in Ivanhoe Village.
- “Bill would bar local regulation of vacation rentals in Florida.” – News Service of Florida via Orlando Weekly
- “Milk District getting two food truck events on same night.” – The Daily City
- “New restaurants to look forward to in 2018.” – Orlando Sentinel