Orange County

Art²: Orlando breaks ground on new interactive downtown park

ORLANDO, Fla. — Downtown Orlando will soon offer movies, art and live music all in the same place.

On Monday, Mayor Buddy Dyer along with other city officials broke ground on a new interactive park called Art².


The .28-acre park is located on the corner of Orange Avenue and Robinson Street.

The park will include a two-story container structure with a cafe, art gallery, and a stage.

Photos: Renderings of new interactive downtown Orlando park

There will also be space for food trucks and a green space for scheduled events.

It will host events like family movie night, yoga in the park and live performances.

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According to city officials, this new park will help further meet the vision set in the DTOutlook plan by the community to ensure downtown Orlando remains “An Awesome Outdoor City.”

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The park is scheduled to open in the spring of 2022.

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