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Orlando, Florida, 32836
1 Bedroom$870 - $965
2 Bedrooms$995 - $1,155
3 Bedrooms$1,355 - $1,375
Orlando, Florida, 32828
2 Bedrooms$1,060 - $1,130
3 Bedrooms$1,300 - $1,500
Orlando, Florida, 32819
1 Bedroom$1,015 - $1,393
2 Bedrooms$1,445 - $1,705
Orlando, Florida, 32829
1 Bedroom$945 - $1,005
2 Bedrooms$1,110 - $1,210
3 Bedrooms$1,375 - $1,430
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Household Income City State City Compared to State Less than $10,000 10.1% 9.6% +0.5% $10,000 to $14,999 6.9% 6.7% +0.2% $15,000 to $19,999 7.9% 7.0% +0.9% $20,000 to $24,999 7.6% 7.5% +0.1% $25,000 to $29,999 8.2% 7.3% +0.9% $30,000 to $34,999 8.1% 7.0% +1.1% $35,000 to $39,999 7.0% 6.3% +0.7% $40,000 to $44,999 6.7% 6.0% +0.7% $45,000 to $49,999 5.0% 5.1% -0.1% $50,000 to $59,999 8.4% 8.9% -0.5% $60,000 to $74,999 8.7% 9.6% -0.9% $75,000 to $99,999 7.6% 8.7% -1.1% $100,000 to $124,999 3.2% 4.3% -1.1% $125,000 to $149,999 1.4% 2.0% -0.6% $150,000 to $199,999 1.4% 1.8% -0.4% $200,000 or more 1.7% 2.3% -0.6%
Cost of Living
Share of Household Income Spent on Rent City State City Compared to State Less than 10.0% 3.9% 4.9% -1.0% 10.0% to 14.9% 9.5% 9.7% -0.2% 15.0% to 19.9% 14.4% 13.4% +1.0% 20.0% to 24.9% 14.4% 12.9% +1.5% 25.0% to 29.9% 13.6% 10.7% +2.9% 30.0% to 34.9% 9.0% 7.9% +1.1% 35.0% to 39.9% 6.7% 5.8% +0.9% 40.0% to 49.9% 7.9% 7.6% +0.3% 50.0% or more 16.5% 19.6% -3.1% Not computed 4.0% 7.5% -3.5%
Age Demographic of Renters
Age Demographic of Renters City State City Compared to State 15 to 24 years 13.3% 12.1% +1.2% 25 to 34 years 34.8% 26.6% +8.2% 35 to 44 years 22.4% 23.4% -1.0% 45 to 54 years 13.2% 15.3% -2.1% 55 to 64 years 6.5% 8.4% -1.9% 65 to 74 years 4.7% 6.3% -1.6% 75 to 84 years 3.5% 5.2% -1.7% 85 years and over 1.6% 2.6% -1.0%
Travel Time to Work
Travel Time to Work City State City Compared to State Less than 30 minutes 39.7% 34.3% +5.4% 30 to 44 minutes 29.8% 27.5% +2.3% 45 to 59 minutes 10.7% 14.0% -3.3% 60 or more minutes 19.9% 24.1% -4.2%
Source: 2000 Census
Just the mention of Orlando and the first thought is usually of Disney World. Not too far off but this Florida city is very much an entity of its own and a great place to live.
It wasn’t always the tourist haven that it is now. It started out as a sleepy citrus and ranching community and stayed that way until the turn of the 20th Century when it began its ascent toward the recreational mecca that it is today. During the first half of the 1900s, its popularity sprang from its good weather and proximity to military installations.
It still maintains that connection with the Kennedy Space Center, Patrick Air Force Base and other installations. In 1965, when Walt Disney announced he was building an amusement park in Orlando, things changed. By the 1970s, Orlando was rapidly becoming the city we know today.
Aside from being ranked one of the top vacation destinations in the world - proudly able to boast of having more theme parks and entertainment attractions than anywhere else in the world - Orlando is also a center for companies involved in space exploration and aerospace engineering.
Banking institutions and other financial companies are located there as well. In recent years, the city has also become popular for film production for location as well as sound stage work. Orlando is very spread out and doesn’t have a fantastic mass transportation system in place (it is promised however) so the search for your Orlando rental apartment should include some thoughts about how long you’d like your commute to be.
To Do List
While all the top attractions in Orlando involve a theme park, it is also an area with many natural attributes. There are great golf courses, recreational lakes and excellent shopping malls. But, there are so many theme parks that there will be at least one that locals like too.
Parks are found all around the city so one will likely be close to your new Orlando apartment. There are also important museums and excellent professional sports teams. The Orlando Magic NBA team is especially popular.
Barbeque and More
As with most Southern cities, the first choice in dining is barbeque and Orlando is no exception. Places like Bubbalou’s Bodacious BBQ and Uncle Jones are mainstays. For other types of food, all the theme parks have high end restaurants often with celebrity chefs.
Diversity reigns in this large city and you’ll find most anything. You’ll quickly work out some very good places near your Orlando apartment. Nightlife for the younger set can be found around Central Boulevard in the downtown area. Many bars and dance clubs are within walking distance of one another.
Jazz fans will be happier out on Sand Lake Road, either at the Samba Room or the Old Vines. No doubt you’ll find a neighborhood watering hole once settled into your Orlando apartment but these are worth a try too. Orlando isn’t all about theme parks but they sure make it fun!
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Orlando Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Orlando have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In February the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Orlando apartment cost $799. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Orlando apartment was $934 in February. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in February was $1,133. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Orlando rentals listed below.
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I've got dogs. What are the best places in Orlando for being outdoors with pets?
While not officially a dog park per se, Lake Eola in downtown Orlando is especially pet friendly. The park consists of a one mile walking path, several dog-friendly restaurants, and of course the lovely lake itself. Lake Eola also hosts a few dog-related events over the year, including Paws in the Park, a fundraising pet walk around the park. Avalon Dog Park, a division of Avalon Park, is a small but charming, leash-free play area for pooches, with a grassy area for playing, sidewalk for walking or running, and restrooms and benches available for its two-legged visitors.
What's the weather like in Orlando?
When it comes to Orlando's climate, sunshine and warm temperatures abound. From May through September high temperatures reach into the 80s and 90s. The summer months are humid, but short-lived, late-day thunderstorms help to cool down the heat. The months of October through April welcome a slightly cooler climate with high temperatures in the 70s to mid-80s. The unwavering comfortable weather in Orlando allows for locals and vacationers alike to take pleasure in the scores of attractions the city has to offer. Orlando hotspots like Disneyworld, Universal Studios, Sea World, and countless others rely on this warm weather to remain open year-round.
Which schools would be in the area for Millenia Blvd? And how can i get information about special education. I have a son who receives speech therapy and OT support.
While we could not find any information about which schools specialize in speech therapy, you may want to look at http://www.greatschools.org/florida/orlando/schools/ for more information. Also, you may want to speak with the professionals on this website, who are located in Orlando: http://www.floridaspeech.com/index.htm
i dont have no kids.and whats neighborhood is right for me?and how much money for deposit for 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom?
Downtown Orlando is a good choice for you because it is the hub of central Florida. There are many entertainment options here, such as theatrical performances, concerts, and professional and college sports. You may also consider an apartment in Altamonte Springs. It is close to Interstate 4 and therefore easy to get into Orlando, making this Seminole County City a popular destination for residents. Living here also affords convenient access to shopping, parks and entertainment venues. Deposit is typically equal to the first month’s rent, which, for a 1 bedroom apartment in Orlando, ranges from $600 to $800.
Looking for an apt near work: 1bedroom/1 bath As close to Michigan dr
We have 2 apartments located on the west end of the Mariner's Village neighborhood, and a number of apartments located near Michigan Avenue in Orlando, FL.
Does Orlando have any famous museums or exhibitions?
Founded in 1924, the Orlando Museum of Art displays 10-12 exhibits each year by local, regional, and national artists. Voted Orlando Business Journal's 2009 Reader's Choice for "Best Art Gallery", Orlando Museum of Art offers gallery tours, lectures, classes, and award-winning art enrichment programs. The Orlando Science Center is one of the nations top hands-on science centers with hundreds of interactive exhibits, films, educational programs, and planetarium shows. Seeming to "sink" into the earth on which it sits, the "Odditorium" known as Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum showcases one-of-a-kind exhibits displaying the amazing and unexplainable mysteries of the earth. Countless other museums reside within Orlando including the John F. Kennedy Space Center, the Orange County Regional History Center, the Trainland International Trolley and Train Museum, and many more.
Where in Orlando should I live if I'd like to walk or bike to work and to restaurants and bars from my apartment?
Orlando is not a highly pedestrian-friendly town. Most residents rely on their cars for transportation to and from work and otherwise around the city. However, it is possible to get by without a car in the central business district of downtown, which is home to a mix of residential and commercial buildings. Some nearby amenities include grocery stores, a library, restaurants, bars, gyms, coffee shops, concert venues, local parks, and a movie theater.
How far is the airport from downtown Orlando and can I get there easily and cheaply?
Located about 9 miles from the center of Orlando, the closest major airport--and the one that most people fly into--is Orlando International Airport (MCO). Various shuttle services run from MCO to various points, including Kissimmee, theme parks, University of Central Florida, and the cruise port at Port Canaveral. Public transit from MCO to Downtown Disney/Magic Kingdom transportation centers is also available and provided by Lynx Route 111.Another major airport, located 19 miles from downtown Orlando, is Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB). Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB / KDAB) also has domestic flights from Daytona Beach, Florida and is 48 miles from Orlando.
Is the cost of living in Orlando higher relative to surrounding areas or other cities?
Compared to the rest of the country, the cost of living in Orlando is 5 percent lower than the US average. Winter Park to the northeast is 21 percent more expensive than Orlando. Fairview Shores to the northwest, however, is 2 percent cheaper than Orlando, and Azalea Park to the east is 5 percent cheaper than Orlando. To the south, Holden Heights is slightly more expensive than Orlando, but Oak Ridge to the southwest is 6 percent cheaper than Orlando. Therefore, the cost of living in Orlando is higher relative to some surrounding cities and towns, but not all.
What kinds of job opportunities are available in Orlando?
With a workforce that is neither predominantly blue-collar nor white collar, Orlando's laborers are employed by a wide range of occupations. Primarily a city of sales and office workers, service providers, and professionals, many Orlando residents work in office and administrative support (17 percent), sales jobs (13 percent), and management occupations (9 percent). The top ten industries in Orlando are accommodation (13 percent), retail (11 percent), healthcare (9 percent), arts (8 percent), professional, scientific, and technical services (7 percent), construction (7 percent), manufacturing (6 percent), education (5 percent), administration (5 percent), and transportation (5.29 percent). After that comes finance (5 percent), information technology (4 percent), public service (3 percent), real estate (3 percent), and wholesale (3 percent).