Hip, diverse and independent are the norms of the Audubon Park Garden District. Known for its vintage shops, cafes, eateries and bakeries, music, books, craft beer, boutiques, coffee shops, urban farmlettes, plus superlative professional services, the APGD is a fiercely independent shopping and dining district on Corrine Drive in Orlando, Florida.

Developed in the 1950 and '60s, for decades the area catered to nearby Orlando Air Force Base and then later the Naval Training Center Orlando. Since then, the Audubon Park Garden District has blossomed into a thriving community of unique businesses and seemingly endless events and activities.


One of Orlando’s emerging neighborhoods of one-of-a-kind homes, lakes and locally owned businesses, anchored by one of the city’s crown jewels, Leu Gardens.

Orlando Magazine

A thriving shopping and dining scene and a retro modern home tour are just a few of the attractions that make this neighborhood one of America’s best.

Huffington Post

A hip, up-and-coming neighborhood.

Bon Appetit Magazine

One of Orlando’s most organic neighborhoods has suddenly become one of its hottest.

Orlando Weekly

Orlando’s most talked about neighborhood of late.

Atlanta Magazine