Laureate Park offers all of the neighborly friendliness of living in a small town village with all the conveniences of living in a major metropolitan area. When complete, Laureate Park will feature a state of the art fitness center, sparkling community pools, 44 miles of hike and bike trails, a village center with retail, dining and dock overlook and numerous parks and children's playgrounds including one just for your four legged friends. It is only 1 mile to Medical City and the future upscale, open-air shopping mall to be built there. If you travel often, Laureate Park is the perfect place to call home as you are only 7 miles from the Orlando International Airport. Grocery, shopping, dining and Lake Nona Middle and High School are right down the street on Narcoossee road.
The Laureate Park Neighborhood is Located - just east of the hospitals and research facilities in medical city. The current and future neighborhoods will be built off of Tavistock Lakes Blvd which runs through Medical City from Lake Nona Blvd to Narcoossee Road. Either of these roads connect to the 417 Greenway which loops around Orlando making Laureate Park a wonderful place to live no matter where you work in Orlando. View a Google Map of Laureate Park in Lake Nona.
Laureate Park Homes feature - modern transitional architectural styles from some of the top home builders in the country including David Weekley Homes, Ashton Woods Homes, Minto Homes, Taylor Morrison Homes, Craft Homes, Issa Homes and Phil Kean Designs. These award winning floor plans are offered in a variety of styles in several neighborhoods now under construction in Laureate Park. The majority of all the available homes for sale are new construction as the community is so new, however, there are now resales coming available along with spec homes from the builders. Laureate Park is also one of the only neighborhoods in Medical City where you can build a garage apartment and lease out. This could help reduce your overall monthly mortgage payment. Most of the garages are on alleys which gives the homes a wonderful visual from the front and allows many homes to be built facing "Mews" (small parks). This coupled with the bright colors of many of the homes gives Laureate Park its own distinctive look among other New Urbanism type communities.