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Services and Capabilities

College Park is a neighborhood located within the City of Orlando just North of Downtown Orlando on the West side of Interstate 4. This neighborhood has developed within a linear main street, a mixture of uses, grid of tree-lined brick streets, dynamic open spaces, and a diversity of housing.

College Park’s residential areas are highly sought-after and its economic demographics are solid. College Park is more than a physical place; it is an authentic neighborhood, with a true sense of place. It is this sense of community, that has been established in College Park for over 80 years, that makes living and doing business in Downtown College Park a unique experience.

Downtown College Park offers over 940,000 square feet of retail, office and community facilities along its 1.5 mile business district. The 160 retailers, totaling over 550,000 square feet, include businesses that have served the Central Florida area for over 25 years, as well as new shops and restaurants that have added to the richness of the district.

There are 97 businesses located in over 250,000 square feet of office space within Downtown College Park. These businesses include law, accounting, medical, architectural, real estate, financial, advertising and public relations, and many other services. In addition to retail and office uses, three church campuses, College Park Baptist, College Park Methodist and the Anglican Church provide spiritual and community support with facilities that total over 135,000 square feet.

With over 5,000 households and nearly 10,000 people presently living within one mile of the Downtown College Park core and nearly 26,000 households and over 52,000 living within a five-minute drive, Downtown College Park already offers the type of urban density, community cohesiveness and vehicular accessibility that main street retail districts need in order to be successful.

College Park has the framework of a great neighborhood and for that reason it has served as a model for new urbanism communities in Central Florida and across the nation. Neighborhoods such as Baldwin Park, Avalon Park and even Celebration have mimicked the physical and functional elements that are found in established neighborhoods like College Park.