Sponsored by Orlando Health: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed.
Don’t forget to tune in to the latest episode of Bungalower and the Bus which airs every Friday on Real Radio 104.1. This week’s episode was recorded at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and sponsored by the Orlando Magazine‘s Burger Battle, which is happening on September 23 at Ace Cafe.
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- Major storm damage at Leu Gardens has it closed until further notice.
- The New York Times ranked Orlando as a potential home for the new Amazon headquarters.
- Plans are slowly being cemented for the Hourglass District.
- Jax Thornton Park is in soft opening.
- Spa Orlando is now closed.
- Eyes on the Street: A river of sewage ran through the Lake Formosa neighborhood after the storm.
- Friday, September 15 power update.
- Our Inhabit columnist did a two part series of photos of local Orlandoans as they cleaned up their properties following Hurricane Irma. Click HERE for Part 1 and HERE for Part 2.
- “Orlando is one of the worst cities to live for millennials, says study.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Orlando to bid on new Amazon headquarters, officials confirm.” – Orlando Sentinel
ICYMI Here are some other news updates you may have missed:
- You can get NPR Podcasts on iHeart Radio.
- Bento is celebrating 15th Anniversary year with 15 days of deals.
- “Gov. Rick Scott announces loan program to help small businesses affected by Irma.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “Winter Parker accepted into prestigious program.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
- “Florida’s tab for Hurricane Irma is already $273 million.” – National News Service of Florida, via Orlando Weekly
- “Planned apartment downtown could have unique wall art.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Entrepreneur starts up virtual currency exchange in Orlando.” – Orlando Sentinel