We often get photographs and tips from our Bungalower readers of things that are happening around town, so we have started featuring them on the site in a series called Eyes on the Street, in honor of our favorite urbanist...
George Collins Jr. was a WWII Army veteran and patriarch of the Collins Family, a local family with deep roots and history in Winter Park's Hannibal Square. He was also an amateur photographer, and his works have just been added...
Editor's Note: This post has been edited due to a request by the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. We have written a couple of times about the growing collection of neon signs that have been saved by the Charles...
This story was originally written by Steve Herring at orlandoretro.com and is a part of an ongoing partnership with Bungalower to educate and familiarize Orlando residents with important local historic landmarks.  From 1924 until 1990 this corner of Orange Avenue and Colonial Drive belonged to...
This story was originally written by orlandoretro.com and is a part of an ongoing partnership with Bungalower to educate and familiarize Orlando residents with important local historic landmarks.  If you've ever driven down Orange Blossom Trail, you know the iconic neon sign.  But...
This story was originally written by orlandoretro.com and is a part of an ongoing partnership with Bungalower to educate and familiarize Orlando residents with important local historic landmarks.  Little has changed on the corner of Jefferson and Magnolia in the last 93 years....
We've told you about Ace Cafe coming to downtown Orlando. We were really excited to find a before and after picture of the Harry P. Leu's industrial supply store in the Historic Orlando Facebook group. The 110-year-old building is expected to come...
At 6 p.m. tonight Mayor Buddy Dyer, City Commissioners and the City of Orlando Public Art Advisory Board (Website) will unveil the City's newest art installation, outside of the Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium . The 54-foot sculpture is adorned with...
Orlando Retro posts are written by Steve Herring of OrlandoRetro.com. SunRail will arrive in Central Florida before long. With high-tech and environmentally friendly trains, commuter rail will seem like a new transportation solution for Orlando. But, it won't be the first...
Orlando Retro posts are written by Steve Herring of OrlandoRetro.com. The history behind Orlando's bungalow neighborhoods is a special part of their charm, and each neighborhood has unique stories about its origins. A great example of this is a story...