101 Eola Condos in Orlando, Florida, is an upscale condo building in the sought-after South Eola/Thornton Park area in Downtown Orlando, and less than two blocks from all that Lake Eola has to offer. This spectacular 12-story building has it all, featuring some of downtown Orlando’s finest residences. Boasting open floor plans with stainless steel appliances and rich, marble accents. Located on the 5th-floor amenities deck are the large heated swimming pool and a separate hot tub. The building features a state-of-the-art fitness gym, a large clubhouse furnished with a pool table, two large-screen TVs, a wet bar, and many seating areas.
Blue Heron Condos in Orlando, Florida, also known as the Blue Heron Beach Resort, is a two-tower condominium community situated on the west side of the 214-acre Lake Bryan in the southwest Orlando area. The Blue Heron condos are zoned for short-term rental, making them ideal as a second or vacation home.
Downtown Orlando, Florida, is fast becoming one of America’s favorite downtown areas. With Lake Eola Park and great venues like the spectacular Amway Center, home of the Orlando Magic, the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts, and more, the Downtown Orlando real estate market gets better every day.
Uptown Altamonte is the town center for Altamonte Springs, Florida. Uptown Altamonte has many popular shops, specialty stores, and is connected to the famous Crane’s Roost Park, the Altamonte Mall, and movie complex. All of which make Uptown a popular hangout for locals with something for everyone. Uptown Altamonte is situated 8.8 miles north of downtown Orlando and 33 miles northeast of Disney World.
The Vue at Lake Eola in Orlando, Florida, is a thirty-five-story luxury condominium tower located near downtown Orlando’s beautiful Lake Eola. The Vue has some of the finest condos, with the most picturesque views, in all of downtown Orlando. The Vue’s units feature floor-to-ceiling glass exterior walls and private terraces, which give you breathtaking views of downtown Orlando and Lake Eola.