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The Bridge at Orlando is an Assisted Living retirement community nestled in the heart of the sunshine state. Orlando offers a variety of entertainment, theme parks, shopping and dining, and beach-goers will appreciate its central location to the Florida coasts. From the attractions of Walt Disney World to an assortment of galleries and museums, Orlando guarantees a fulfilling retirement.
The Bridge at Orlando features the finest in Assisted Living. With stunning surroundings, outstanding services and an abundance of amenities, our residents are proud to call The Bridge at Orlando home. Independent Living combines community living with the privacy of your own apartment, and Assisted Living offers the same amenities in addition to personalized services. From a dynamic activities schedule to our hospitable staff, our goal is to promote an active, carefree lifestyle.
The Bridge at Orlando is located in one of the most popular areas of Florida. Orlando is known for its theme parks, and it's also a hotspot for dining and other entertainment. Residents will never be without something to do in this area.
- Population: Orlando is not a small town, but not overly huge. It has a population of around 277,000The average age of residents living there is 33, which is no surprise as it is a great place for a family.
- Walkability: The walk score for Orlaicndo is only 42. There are parts of town that are easy to navigate on foot, even to some of the theme parks, but other errands will require a car.
- Senior Facilities: There are plenty of senior centers and facilities in Orlando.
- Weather: Residents can expect typical weather for Central Florida, with a mild annual average temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Bridge at Orlando invites their residents to utilize the transportation services they offer, but there are several other options as well. The city operates buses through Lynx. There are a variety of passes that can be purchased, although there's no mention of a senior discount on tickets. Some other popular ways to travel in the area are:
- Mears Transportation: Taxi cab company offering rides in and around town
- ACE Luxury Transportation: Luxury sedans and limousines
- Express Transportation: Bus charter services
Residents can find excellent medical services in this area. There are three hospitals, one for children, and several medical centers for routine care. Some of them are:
- Florida Hospital Orlando: Full-service trauma center for emergencies and routine care
- Orlando Regional Medical Center: Full-service medical center for specialists, emergencies, and routine care
- CAC Medical Center: Full-service medical center for a variety of medical needs
Sports & Leisure
Orlando is known for its theme parks, but it's also home to many other activities. From bike trails to beautiful parks to visit there's something for every activity level. Some of the most popular activities in the area, besides the theme parks, are:
- Wekiva Island: Indoor/outdoor complex on Wekiva River for enjoying the springs and a variety of activities
- Showcase of Citrus: Pick your own citrus or go on a swamp tour, a Florida must see!
- Black Hammock Adventures: Airboat rides to gators, restaurant, and lounge.
As one would expect, there's no shortage of golf courses in this area. Here are some of the top picks:
- Dubsdread Golf Course: Oldest public course in Central Florida
- North Shore Golf Club: Championship-style golf course
- Orange Tree Golf Club: Challenging golf courses
There are tons of senior centers in the Orlando area, offering a variety of services to the seniors of the area from transportation to recreation. Some of popularf choices are:
- Renaissance Community Senior Center: Offers ballroom dance instructions, Jazzercise, and other activities to seniors
- L Claudia Allen Senior Center: Fitness, bingo, fishing club, crochet class, and many other activities
- Mark Street Senior Recreation: Billiards, dance class, art class, and several other activities
Residents new to this wonderful area should visit the Orlando Visitor Center. It has all the information available on living and having fun in this area, including several options for shopping. Whether residents are looking for everyday items or that special something, there's a shop available. Some of the most popular spots for shopping are:
- Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets: Giant outdoor mall with popular stores and restaurants
- Winter Park Village: Clothing stores, restaurants, and even a movie theater
- Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores: Open air mall with tons of stores from popular to unique
- The Mall at Millenia: Upscale indoor shopping center
For everyday items and groceries, these stores are available:
- Freshfields Farm: Fresh produce market
- Goodies Supermarket: Basic market with typical groceries
- Brave Supermarket: Basic market with typical groceries
- Walmart SuperCenter: Basic goods and groceries
Popular fast food restaurants can be found in this area by the dozens. Some of the favorites are:
- Del Taco: Mexican fast food
- Zaxby's Chicken: Chicken fingers and wings
- Chick Fil A: fast food chicken multiple ways
- Freddy's: Specializes in frozen custard and steakburgers
There are tons of family-style restaurants as well. Some of the best are:
- Tavern Opa: Green cuisine
- The Capital Grille: Upscale steakhouse restaurant
- Maggiano's Little Italy: Italian favorites
There are some really great options for entertainment in Orlando that don't include the theme parks. Some of the best are:
- Victory Casino Cruises: Smaller cruise ships with on-board casinos
- King's Dining and Entertainment: Giant bowling entertainment complex with a restaurant
- Icebar: A fully functional bar that is built entirely out of ice
There are many religious services to choose from in this area. Some of the closest to The Bridge at Orlando are:
- University Presbyterian Church: Place of worship
- Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church: Place of worship
- Orlando Christian Church: Love, gospel, worship center
Orlando is much more than the theme parks, but residents should visit at least one. There are many to choose from, and they can be fun when the crowds ease up. Many of them even offer senior discounts or off-season rates.