Orlando Neighborhoods Map

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33rd Saint IndustrialAirport NorthAudubon ParkBal BayBaldwin ParkBel AirBeltway Commerce CenterBoggy CreekBryn MawrCallahanCamellia GardensCarver ShoresCatalinaCentral Business DistrictCity Of Orlando-GoaaClear LakeCollege ParkColonial Town CenterColonicaltown NorthColonicaltown SouthCountrysideCoytownCrescent ParkDelancy ParkDixie BelleDover EstatesDover ManorDover Shores EastDover Shores WestEagles NestEast Central ParkEast ParkEnglewood ParkFlorida CenterFlorida Center NorthHaralson EstatesHibiscusHolden-ParramoreJohnson VillageKirkman NorthKirkman SouthLake CherokeeLake ComoLake CopelandLake Davis-GreenwoodLake DotLake Eola HeightsLake FairviewLake FormosaLake FrendricaLake HoldenLake Mann EstatesLake Mann GardensLake Nona CentralLake Nona EstatesLake Nona SouthLake RichmondLake Shore VillageLake SunsetLake TerraceLake UnderhillLake WeldonaLancaster ParkLavinaLawsona-Fern CreekLorna DooneMalibu GrovesMariners VillageMercy DriveMetro WestMilleniaMontereyNarcoossee GrovesNew MalibuNorth OrangeNorthlake Park At Lake NonaOrlando ExecutiveOrlando International AirportOrwin ManorPalomarPark CentralPark Lake-HighlandPershingPinelochPrinceton-Silver StarRandal ParkRichmond EstatesRichmond HeightsRio Grande ParkRock LakeRoosevelt ParkRose IsleRosemontRosemont NorthRowena GardensSeaboard IndustrialSignal HillSouth DivisionSouth EolaSouth OrangeSouth SemoranSouthern OaksSouthportSpring LakeThe DoversThe WillowsThornton ParkVenturaVista EastVista ParkWadeview ParkWashington ShoresWedgewood GrovesWest ColonialWestfieldWindhover
The city of Orlando, FL has a population of 263,306 and a population density of 2,502 people per square mile. There are a total of 116 Orlando, FL neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Audubon Park and the largest neighhorhood by population is Metro West. The Orlando, FL neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

Some Top Rated Neighborhoods In Orlando, FL

Orlando, Florid is a great choice for everyone. From botanical gardens to theme parks to endless golf courses and more restaurants than you can imagine, everyone will be able to find something to love about this place. Not far from the Orlando area are Kennedy Space Center and the Atlantic coast beaches. In the opposite direction is the Gulf of Mexico. It's the only place in the United States you can see the sunrise and sunset all in one day, not to mention you'll never be cold! Diversity is prevalent in all areas of Orlando, as the area is a melting pot and welcoming to many cultures. You’ll quickly find out why locals call this “The City Beautiful.”

Park Lake-Highland

The Park Lake-Highland neighborhood is a great choice for any family. Being within minutes of downtown Orlando, any commute will be a breeze. This area is close to highway access, however, none is needed to get downtown. There are good public schools and a very well-known preparatory school in the area. The moss and ivy lined neighborhood walls give you the feeling you're in a lush green Southern paradise. Local parks and recreation are plentiful and there is a small shopping mall in the area. You'll also be very close to Winter Park, known for more upscale shopping. The area is also close to the Milk District which is known as the "artsy" section of Orlando. Park Lake-Highland is a great choice for professionals and growing families alike.

Delancy Park

Delancy Park neighborhood is a small section of down just East of downtown. This is a great area to commute from as you're close to major highways such as 408 and Interstate 4. Many people working downtown will be able to get to work in about ten minutes without even needing to use highways. Local parks and recreation are nearby as is Lake Eola and Lew Gardens, both amazing for nature lovers who are also city folk! This area is also close to shopping and the stadiums for Orlando Magic fans, the Dr. Phillip's Performing Arts Center and Camping World Stadium. This neighborhood is also close to shopping and restaurants. Delancy Park is a great neighborhood for families and professionals.

Lake Davis-Greenwood

Also just outside of downtown is Lake Davis-Greenwood. Located just east of the business district. Access to 408 and Interstate 4 are quick and easy. Most people can get downtown in less than ten minutes. Public transit is available, however, most choose to drive in Orlando due to the size of the city. There are supermarkets and shopping nearby and right within the neighborhood itself. Many different types of restaurants, especially Carribean and Pho as this area is known for its small Viet-town. This area is suitable for any type of shopper, as there is plenty to do, and it's convenient to nearly everything the city has to offer. You'll enjoy the convenience of being near all the theme parks also, but far enough removed as well. Lake Davis-Greenwood should be near the top of every shopper's list!