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"Quiet surburban Street"

An up and coming street with new neighborhoods being built as well as a new shopping complex. A very clean street, with minimal traffic and noise. Runs right under 417 so it’s very accessible to and from downtown Orlando, without having to worry about living so close to the noisy city, but it is close enough for convenience.
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"Popular Tourist Streett"

Most popular street in Orlando that is always congested with car and pedestrian traffic. If you want to visit this street, it is best to park and walk up and down the street, as it well move you faster than in the car. There are tons of stores and places to eat. Wet n wild calls this street home as well as the huge prime outlets and Festival bay mall, which is a bit run-down. There are also plenty of hotels and this street is just a hop and a skip away from Universal Studios. Lots sand lots of people on this road at all times of the day and night, including a lot of tourists.
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"Busy orlando street"

Also known as 436, this road is very congested as it serves as a main road through Altamonte Springs down past Orlando. There are plenty of restaurants all down this road and some stores. Not very pedestrian or bike friendly as there is way too many cars. I also would not recommend living on this road as it seems a little bit sketchy at night in certain places. It is a good road for getting between the cities, or for grabbing a bite to eat. There is a wal-mart, and up towards Altamonte, there is nice shopping mall.
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"Busy Street, lots of shops"

The street is under major construction and there is always traffic. It’s a pretty congested road since it runs right through downtown Orlando. There are however, lots and lots of restaurants and shops. Some sections of colonial are better areas than others. Some spots can get a little sketchy, but over by Fashion square in Winter Park, the area is nice with plenty of spots to eat. I wouldn’t stay on this road, but it’s a great spot to do some shopping or grab dinner. If you’re looking to take this road into downtown Orlando, jump on I-4 instead, Colonial has way too many lights and slow, bad drivers.
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"Tourist Road with plenty to see and do"

This road runs right by Universal Studios so it has tons of places to eat and of course touristy type shops where people can by souvenirs and what not. If you head north past Universal on Sand Lake then it turns into a residential street that doesn’t look to safe to stay. South, past Universal there is a brand new Whole Foods and several new home complexes and stores. If you stay in the tourist area, the street is safe, well lit and runs right through I-4 and leads to the ever-popular International Drive.
4/5 rating details
  • Neighborly Spirit 5/5
  • Clean & Green 4/5
  • Pest Free 4/5
  • Peace & Quiet 4/5
  • Eating Out 5/5
  • Nightlife 3/5
  • Parks & Recreation 5/5
  • Shopping Options 5/5
  • Gym & Fitness 4/5
  • Internet Access 4/5
  • Lack of Traffic 4/5
  • Cost of Living 4/5
  • Resale or Rental Value 4/5
  • Public Transport 5/5
  • Medical Facilities 5/5
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"Quiet neighborhood street, excellent location"

This a wonderfully quiet neighborhood located in Lauderhill, with good sized homes and no problems anytime I have visited there. It is central to some great shops as well as the mall and is just a short drive to the beach and downtown Lauderdale. It is west of the turnpike and away from any really heavy traffic, but unfortunately anywhere in south florida there is traffic! So beware of that.
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"Famous Street, lots to do!"

I believe that Sunrise blvd is probably THE most popular street in Ft.Lauderdale, especially east of I-95. This big swap shop is on this road, and that area is a little "shady", but once you get a little more east of 95 the area gets very "touristy". there are lots of restaurants as well as the beach! Whenever I head down to ft. laud, I go down sunrise for some of their awesome shops and one-of-a-kind restaurants. It is in a downtown area, so be safe when parking in isolated areas, and try to stay in parking garages where there are more people. Also, don't go walking down any alleys or side streets, common sense, yes. But it gets weird once you get past the tourist sections.
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"This street has it all!"

Las Olas is a popular street, not only for tourists but for locals also. There are plenty of restaruants to choose from, although some are very pricey! There are also several art galleries as well as "funky" little stores that sell items that you won't see anywhere else. You can spend the whole day walking up and down the street, and the beach is only a short walk away.Day or night, las olas is a great street to pass the time and have some fun!

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