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

  1. SPONSORED: Art and History Museums – Maitland’s Art31 events descend on Orlando.
  2. Hell’s Kitchen contestant Ashley Nickell is opening a restaurant in the former Funky Monkey space in Mills 50.
  3. I-4 Ultimate Updates: Westbound 408 entrance ramp relocated and bridge construction will cause series of rolling roadblocks on the interstate.
  4. House of the Day: Winter Park mansion available to rent for $12K a month.
  5. The Mills Park development has been sold.
  6. Kappo announces opening date for Japanese Konbini concept.
  7. Downtown Arts District appoints past ED Shanon Larimer as new Chair.
  8. Rental Roundup: Eight places to rent for under $1,500 a month.
  9. Orlando Weekly editor Erin Sullivan says goodbye.” – Orlando Weekly
  10. Winter Park approves new library, elects commissioners.” – Orlando Sentinel

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  1. Actually those are right next to each other Anita. Also, King Cajun currently has their old space plus the former Bananas space. They’ll be opening a new concept in the smaller restaurant soonish.

  2. I thought King Cajun Crawfish now occupied the former Funky Monkey spot? Was there another spot on mills?