Here’s our rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week in Downtown Orlando area news.

  1. Mills 50 Circle K is now closed and may be demolished in the new year.
  2. Walgreens to move into historic building downtown.
  3. Livingston Street to get a green marked bike lane.
  4. Hopeful cat cafe the Kitty Beautiful has launched their Kickstarter campaign. One of their perks will place your ex’s name on a kitty litter box.
  5. City to install Bluetooth readers downtown to fight traffic woes using your cellphone.
  6. The long-delayed Kobe Steakhouse has purchased the former Chevron next door in Colonialtown.
  7. House of the Day: 600 E. Livingston is selling for $329,900.
  8. Check out Bungalower’s list of last-minute local gifts for your loved ones.
  9. Miller’s Ale House is now open in the Colonialtown Plaza’s former Houlihan’s location.
  10. Orlando Museum of Art to host an exhibit of works by women photographers from National Geographic.

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Brendan O'Connor

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