Main Streets are our nine unique neighborhood commercial corridors scattered throughout our City that drive our region’s economy by providing jobs, goods and services for our residents. Each of our Main Streets has a distinctive identity, is home to a variety of locally-owned businesses and are where residents go to find uncommon and handmade goods, take in culture and nightlife and to experience creative cuisines. In addition to the nine neighborhood Main Streets, the City also has a “digital Main Street,” the Orlando Tech Association that hosts the largest tech meetup in the Southeast United States.
Since 2008, public and private investment in the City’s Main Streets has surpassed $1 billion. Two of our Main Streets are anchored by Florida Hospital and Orlando Health which accounted for more than $783 million of that investment. Our Main Streets have garnered national attention with features in the Boston Globe, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, New Yorker, Thrillist and Wine Enthusiast.
View the individual district accomplishments by clicking the images below: