One of the great things about Orlando is that it has neighborhoods and amenities to fit virtually every lifestyle. There are neighborhoods that are great for seniors, young people, families, and professionals. And these areas aren’t mutually exclusive either.
And while Orlando is very spread out and mostly suburban, there are some great walkable areas — many are older communities or closer to downtown, but the “New Urban” movement has helped make new construction and communities look to this type of design aesthetic as well.
This is not an exhaustive list of neighborhoods, if you live in a neighborhood we’ve overlooked and you’d like to write about your community, contact us to submit your neighborhood information.
Here are our rundowns of some of the best Orlando neighborhoods:
- Central Business District
- South Eola / Thornton Park
- Lake Eola Heights
- North Orange / Ivanhoe Village
- South Orange / SoDo
- Mills/50: Little Vietnam
- Mills/50: ViMmi
- Loch Haven Park / Health Village
- College Park
- Baldwin Park
- Winter Park
- East Orlando: UCF / Alafaya / Waterford Lakes