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Orlando's Downtown Development Board (DDB) was created by the Florida Legislature in 1971 to support and stimulate development and private investment within the City of Orlando's 1,000-acre Central Business District.
If you ask anyone what structures come to mind when you mention central Florida, Cinderella’s Castle or the Epcot Ball are certainly forerunners in the answer.(wdwforgrownups.com)
Battling the stubborn perception that Orlando is a cultural wasteland, City Hall and private investors today will launch a $1.5 million plan to sprinkle downtown with large-scale sculptures. (Orlando Sentinel)
New York, NY [May 24, 2012] – At a sports industry annual awards ceremony last night, the Amway Center has been named the “Facility of the Year.”
Whether you're a longtime resident or visiting our City Center for the first time, you'll find that this is not just Orlando's Downtown - this is Central Florida's Downtown."
City of Orlando
Downtown Orlando offers a dynamic mix of specialty shops, trendy nightclubs, unique restaurants and appealing housing. There's also an array of financial and professional services, office space that fits most needs and premier hotel and meeting accommodations."
Thomas C. Chatmon Jr.
Downtown Development Board
I’ve watched Downtown neighborhoods change for the better. I’m seeing more families. The fact that they will bring three or four kids into my barbershop is an indication that they feel safe in the area. And, of course, they’re going to get good service.
John “J” Henry
J Henry’s Barbershop,
West Church Street, Parramore
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City of Orlando, Office of the Mayor
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