Every year more than 80 million people land in Orlando, motivated by tourism, and has been recognized as America’s premier tourist destination, but many choose the city to live or invest in.
A number that tends to increase year after year, and by 2020, this number is expected to exceed more than 100 million landing in Orlando, a result of constant investments in leisure options, infrastructure and options to stay or live.
These numbers have all the meaning that keeps Orlando in this privileged situation because, besides the climate, the continuous diversification of the economy motivated by the theme parks, its commercial stores and the construction of both houses and infrastructure, take it to this level.
Richly planned with extensive highways and flowering avenues, Orlando currently has 269,500 inhabitants. It has the best rates in both employment rate evolution and GDP, both on average higher than other US cities.
Real estate activities provide a large business market, especially for those who wish to invest their savings in this thriving sector.
Its neighborhoods offer a differentiated infrastructure both by the layout of their properties, with its beautiful lakes and verdant forestation, as well as by the condominiums with swimming pools, gyms and their wonderful homes. Windermere, Celebration, Dr. Phillips, Winter Garden, Winter Park, and Hunter’s Creek are some of their examples, as well as Lake Nona, home to one of the top health research centers in the United States.
Orlando is a haven of opportunity
The city is increasingly attractive and welcoming, from its International Airport, its Convention Center – among the largest and busiest in the US – or its expanding theme parks.
The heart of the city, known as Downtown Orlando, also stands out for housing some big American corporations in beautiful, modern buildings, small businesses, renowned restaurants and a fabulous cultural and nightlife.
Or on International Drive, Orlando’s premier tourist boulevard, home to many hotels, restaurants and leisure options, which will soon have other ventures to share with the millions of tourists who land in the city.
No matter where you are in Orlando, whether you are at your Arrivals, Downtown or one of its highways, you’ll see a number of construction sites to make our city bigger and better.
Contact Adepta Realty if you want to invest or live in Orlando.