This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news. We’ve also started including some of the headlines you may have missed in last week’s hustle-and-bustle.
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TOP TEN HEADLINES OF THE WEEK:
- An Orlando resident is demanding the removal of a Confederate statue from Lake Eola.
- ULI data places Orlando as Third Most Popular Millennial Growth Market in the country.
- Ask Bungalower: Did all the trash in Lake Eola come from Earth Day?
- A developer hopes to transform the former AT&T building into Class A office.
- Photo Tour: Mather’s Social Gathering has soft opened.
- Video: Bungalower got the first look at the new REI in Winter Park.
- Get a closer look at the proposed 15-story student housing development in Creative Village.
- “Dry Orlando means warnings about air quality.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Orlando police respond to two bomb threats at post offices.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Orlando’s FireSpring Fund to invest in 10 Central Florida firms.” – Orlando Business Journal
ICYMI: Here are a number of articles from last week that you may have missed:
- Eden’s is opening a new location in College Park.
- This million dollar Lake Adair estate could be yours.
- Bring to Orlando: Rentable backyard chickens.
- Lake Eola Charter School used Fashion Square Mall to mimic Mars Landing Mission.
- Cool Job Alert: Project Manager for Downtown South Neighborhood Improvement District.
- A new coffee shop is opening in the CityArts Factory.