Paperwork filed with the City of Orlando reveals a new brewery could be opening in a newly rehabbed warehouse at 1300 Alden Road in Ivanhoe Village . The 4,000 SF warehouse was recently renovated by Crossman and Co. The permit...
The City of Orlando is considering an agreement with Atlanta-based Lincoln Church Street, LLC, to cover the costs of new commuter rail station that will be part of a new Downtown development called Tremont Tower. Lincoln was approved to build...
According to an item on the City of Orlando Council Agenda for July 24, 2017, the Sustainability Department is looking to to update the municipal recycling program. An employment agreement was filed to hire  Joseph England as a Sustainability Project...
Townie Tourist (Facebook | Website) is a weekly series of tours, hosted by Orlando-native Jenny De Witt. De Witt takes viewers on a walking tour of a different neighborhood each Saturday at 10 a.m. and broadcasts it using Facebook Live to...
A new retail concept has moved into the former home of the Hide Shop in Mills 50. The 700 SF stand-alone building is located just behind Snap! Orlando at 728 N. Thornton Avenue and will be the new home...
The City of Orlando is working on building a new 22,500 SF office warehouse for permitting and code enforcement field inspection staff. The single-story building will essentially be a shell co-working space with WiFi access, so employees can upload and...
Orlando-based comedian Rauce Padgett’s (Facebook) has released the third video in his a series of videos that look at the “big questions” Central Floridians are asking right now. This latest video shines the spotlight at Camping World Stadium's name. The real...
This four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home was originally built by Kiehl and Stevens, Inc. in 1925 and is a National Historic site, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009. The 5,628 SF S. Howard Atha...
Our partners at Orlando Shirts (Facebook | Instagram) were broken into last week and lost over $1,000 worth of merchandise. A man threw a piece of a fire hydrant through the shop window, entered the store, and left with the...
Townie Tourist (Facebook | Website) is a weekly series of tours, hosted by Orlando-native Jenny De Witt. De Witt takes viewers on a walking tour of a different neighborhood or cultural event each Saturday at 10 a.m. and broadcasts it using...
Smoke Shop Tobacco and Pipes  has moved up the street to 1119 E. Colonial Drive, to the former home of Anthony's Pizza . As part of the move into the larger space, they are now called Climax Smoke Shop (Website)....
An Orlando resident is selling his 30-foot yurt on Craigslist. According to the listing, the yurt was erected three weeks ago and was in "mint condition" with no cracks or tears. The seller is raising money for their friend who is...
As the popularity of Orlando’s downtown bungalow neighborhoods rise, so too do their rents. In an effort to keep our Creative Class of Orlandoans living within the City limits, we’ve launched an ongoing series of posts that gather up...
I Wish This Was is a monthly series that transforms ignored, vacant lots and properties in Orlando into something the City Beautiful can be proud of. This series is made possible by our partnership with Interstruct Inc., a leading design...
SPONSORED: This custom-built, Charleston-inspired pool home is tucked away in the heart of College Park, just north of beautiful Lake Adaire, at 1312 N. Westmoreland Drive . The lucky owner would be only a leisurely stroll away from some...
The new rubberized track at the Showalter Stadium in Winter Park will be officially open for recreational use, as of Monday, June 19. Showalter was renovated in 2016, which included improvements like the new running track, improved restrooms, and a...
Acclaimed architect Sir David Adjaye will host a public discussion on Tuesday, June 20, in regards to the Winter Park Public Library and Events Center project. The event will be held at the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center at 1050...
The City of Orlando will install a Florida Historical Marker at the site of the former home of past Nobel Peace Prize-winner John Raleigh Mott. The home was torn down in 2013 to expand Lake Eola Park. Four historic homes were...
"I seem to see one glaring error already in the planning of Creative Village ..." - BUNGALOWER READER We received the following message from a Bungalower reader who wished to remain anonymous, concerning the Creative Village development in Downtown Orlando's Parramore neighborhood. " ... In...
Minnesota-based advocacy group, Strong Towns (Facebook | Website) visited Baldwin Park recently, a performed an audit of sorts, on its over-all design and functionality. Strong Towns seeks to challenge the discourse around American cities, and shine spotlights on those municipalities...
As the popularity of Orlando’s downtown bungalow neighborhoods rise, so too do their rents. In an effort to keep our Creative Class of Orlandoans living within the City limits, we’ve launched an ongoing series of posts that gather up...
The City of Winter Park has named the design team for their new 50,000 SF library development; Adjaye Associates and Hunton-Brady Architects. Adjaye Associates will serve as the design leads while Hunton-Brady will serve as the executive architects. Adjaye Associates' principal...
The City of Orlando, in partnership with KPMG, will be hosting a Permitting and Development Forum to discuss the current review process. City residents, contractors, subcontractors, permit runners, developers, engineers, and architects are asked to join the forum and offer...
The Antioch21 Church at the corner of Bumby Avenue and East Robinson Street will be replaced by a new mixed-use concept this summer. The warehouse has already been gutted, painted, and is currently in the process of being thoroughly renovated...
UPDATE: We were originally informed by Difrawi that DMS Group would be moving into this space. In fact, the location will be branded as "Xpand Labs" and will operate outside of the DMS Group. We have updated this story...