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Fusilier Closes Deal on High-End Medical Center

 

Steve Fusilier and Chris Pixley of Fusilier Realty Group recently closed a commercial land deal off Narcoossee Rd., across from Ace Hardware and 7-Eleven, that will be the future site of Orlando Medical Center. The complex will be comprised of five 4,800 sq. ft. office/professional buildings. Official groundbreaking on the project is [...]

Fusilier Food Drive for Second Harvest Food Bank

The Fusilier Family is teaming up with Second Harvest Food Bank to help less fortunate families have something to be thankful for this holiday season. We know helping those in need is enough to warm your hearts already but we want to make the deal a little bit sweeter. Each person who donates will be entered into a drawing to win 1 of 3 prizes.

Fusilier Closes Land Deal Across from Proposed Amazon Distribution Center

 

Chris Pixley and Steve Fusilier of Fusilier Realty Group recently closed a transaction on behalf of Comins Development in the purchase of 7 acres directly across from the future site of the proposed Amazon Fulfillment Center. The land will eventually be used as warehouse flex space, following suit of the surrounding sites in the newly dubbed [...]

Exciting Central Florida Eateries Opening this Fall

There are some VERY exciting eateries coming to Central Florida this Fall

September 2017

 

Bem Bom on Corrine

3101 Corrine Drive, Orlando

Facebook: @bembomfood

 

LePho

165 South Orange Ave, Orlando

Facebook: @lephooriginal

Too Much Sauce

1430 North Mills Ave Suite 170, Orlando

Facebook: @sauceorlando

 

Austin’s Buffet & Bakery

2300 West State Road 434, Longwood

www.austinsbuffet.com

 

Market on Magnolia

150 South Magnolia Ave, Orlando

Facebook: @mrktonmagnolia



October 2017

 

Poke-Hana

1225-A East Colonial Drive, Orlando

Facebook: @pokehanamills50

 

Little Blue Donut Co.

223 West Fairbanks, Winter Park

Facebook: @littlebluedonuttruck

 

Four Rebels American Taco Kitchen & Bar

1618 North Mills Ave, Orlando

Facebook: @4rebelstacos

 

Lion’s Den

642 West Church Street, Orlando

 

Unknown Opening Dates

Kadence

1809 East Winter Park Road, Orlando

Facebook: @kadenceorlando

 

The Glass Knife

276 South Orlando Ave, Winter Park

Facebook: @theglasskifewp

 

Peppino’s Organic Italian Kitchen & Pizzeria

2420 Curry Ford Rd, Orlando

Facebook: @peppinoswoodfiredkitchen

 

Terralina Crafted Italian (Disney Springs)

1486 Buena Vista Drive, Orlando

Facebook: @TerralinaItalia

 

The Edison (Disney Springs)

1570 East Buena Vista Drive, Orlando

 

Garp & Fuss

348 North Park Ave, Winter Park

Facebook: Garp&Fuss

 

Tutto Caffe

4833 New Broad Street, Orlando

Facebook: @baldwinperk

 

Maria & Enzo’s (Disney Springs)

1486 Buena Vista Drive, Orlando

 

Nikki’s Place (reopening)

742 Carter Street, Orlando

Facebook: @nikkisplace

 

New Locations (of some local favorites) Coming Soon:

 

Gringos Locos at UCF (September 2017)

4258 West Plaza Drive, Orlando

 

Gringos Locos Downtown South

517 East Michigan Street, Orlando

 

Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream

Fern Creek Road and Kaley (November 2017)

 

Hurricane Tips to Keep You Prepared and Informed

Comcast Opens WiFi hotspots to non-customers during Hurricane Irma

View hotspot locations (137,000 WiFi spots across Florida) >> http://www.palmbeachpost.com/business/hurricane-irma-comcast-opens-wifi-hotspots-non-customers/JZYzaX2hN0OSzOvAFTnCkM/

 

U-Haul offering to store Floridians belongings during Hurricane Irma for FREE

U-Haul Moving & Storage Locations (96 Stores in 54 Cities) >>

https://www.uhaul.com/Articles/About/12213/Hurricane-Irma-Preparation-U-Haul-Offers-30-Days-Free-Self-Storage-AT-96-Facilities-IN-Florida/

 

City of Orlando offers FREE garage parking in Downtown Orlando during Hurricane Irma to keep your car safe and covered

This will begin at 8:00 AM on Saturday, September 9 until 8:00 AM on Tuesday, September 12

Garage Addresses (5 locations) >>

http://www.cityoforlando.net/blog/garage-parking-available-during-hurricane-irma/

 

Airbnb Inc. has encouraged hosts to offer free housing to Florida and Georgia residents evacuating from Hurricane Irma & has waived all service fees to book select properties as part of their Disaster Relief Program

For more information on dates, locations and participating housing >>

https://www.thestreet.com/story/14298070/1/airbnb-is-offering-free-listings-for-people-in-the-path-of-hurricane-irma.html

 

JetBlue won’t charge more than $99 for a direct flight out of Florida & other Airline information

Flight details >>

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/jetblue-and-delta-offer-special-pricing-to-people-fleeing-hurricane-irma-2017-09-06

 

 

 Hotline to report price gouging: 866-9-NO-SCAM

Hacks to Keep Your Smartphone Charged During Any Power Outages

1. Charge up every laptop in your home. If you lose power, turn a laptop on (but don't unlock the screen) and use your iPhone or Android cable to charge your phone via the USB ports. Most newer laptops can charge a smartphone multiple times.

2. Keep your phone on "Low Power Mode." This setting will use far less juice. On an iPhone, go to "Settings," scroll down to "Battery" and turn on "Low Power Mode." On an Android, swipe down from the top menu and find the "Power Saving" icon.

3. Use your car to charge your phone. Most newer cars have a USB port – or two. Even if your car is out of fuel, you can turn it on and charge it using the car battery. It's a last resort, but if you have a newer car battery, it will charge a phone multiple times easily.

4. Buy an external charger if you don't have one; most drug stores have them. Portable smartphone battery chargers are getting better and less expensive. Most drug store chains have them near the counter, but you will pay more for the convenience. But if you need one right now, that is a good place to look.

Companies such as Anker and Aukey sell high-quality, high capacity chargers on Amazon. Consider buying one before the next storm. Some of the new one have capacities approaching 30,000 mAh, which is enough to charge an phone over five times.

5. Still have power but want to charge a phone quickly without using a wall socket? Plug it into the USB port on your TV. Most newer TVs have one.