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Downtown Orlando: Just the Facts
Location Geographic center of Florida; crossroads of Interstate 4 and State Road 408 (East-West Expressway)
Central Business District 1,000 acres
Businesses 1,100+
New Residential Units 4,300 (since 2000)
Traffic 175,000 AADT on Interstate 4*
Parking More than 33,000 public, private and metered spaces
Sports Venues 3
*Annual Average Daily Traffic
Population 43,388
Households 20,520
Average Household Income $66,242
Median Age 41.3
Education 40% college degree (associates and higher)
Employment 149,298
Office Space 13 million square feet (Central Business District)
Retail/Entertainment 1.75 million square feet
Mass Transit (Lymmo) 1 million riders annually throughout the Central Business District on free Lymmo bus service
Top Industries Financial/professional services, government (regional, state and federal), medical/health care, technology, digital media/communications, retail, professional sports, real estate/development, cultural/performing arts
Parks Lake Eola Park, Z.L. Riley Park, Constitution Green Park
Recreational/Sports Facilities Amway Center, Florida Citrus Bowl, Tinker Field (baseball), Downtown Recreation Complex, Orlando Tennis Centre, Dr. J.B. Callahan Neighborhood Center
Pro Sports Orlando Magic (National Basketball Association), Orlando Predators (Arena Football League), Orlando City Soccer Club (United Soccer Leagues), Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL)
Arts & Culture Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Downtown Arts District, Orange County Regional History Center, Wells’ Built Museum of African American History, Orlando Public Library (Florida’s largest public library).


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