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

  1. SPONSORED: The History Center is having a Tacky Tourist Party and we have 21 photos from their upcoming Searching for the Seventies exhibit.
  2. SPONSORED: UCF’s Urban and Regional Planning program wants you.
  3. Massive development could transform 11 acres of land in Downtown South.
  4. Art in Odd Places launches call for artists for 2016 festival.
  5. You can buy commemorative tabebuia trees and have them planted in public parks.
  6. New modern townhouses in Downtown South near completion and another developer is proposing 11 townhouse units for Park Lake Highland.
  7. Orlando City Soccer is opening a new venue on Church Street and someone wants to put a brewery in the old Fiat dealership building downtown.
  8. Local company, Sensarie, is mapping Orlando’s hyper-local data to make it easier to find a place to live.
  9. UCF Downtown selects design/build team finalists.” – Orlando Business Journal
  10. Florida’s growing Latino population faces mixed progress, study shows.” – Orlando Weekly

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