[This was a sponsored post written for The Clyde FItch Report.]
Where can you combine your favorite childhood stories with quality Equity actors — more than any US city except NYC or Chicago? Would you believe the answer is Orlando?
Actually, Orlando makes sense, especially when you consider how many union performers Walt Disney World alone hires (around 250 of the 500 performers who reside there). Orlando may be one of the only places where an actor can make a living doing what they love and ensure that their work will be seen by up to 60 million visitors a year, never mind all the locals partaking of Epcot’s adult beverage selection.
Read more at The Clyde Fitch Report.
“The secret is out,” Nook Realtor David Hernandez says. “Downtown Long Beach is expected to be the next market to see a huge transformation.”
David should know; he’s been leading the Long Beach real estate market for years, keeping his eyes on the bubbling renaissance. West Ocean high rises are quickly becoming the ultimate in modern urban luxury, with the relaxing feel of a resort.
That’s why we are so excited to share this new listing at West Ocean Towers with you. Don’t let the location fool you; a commuter can get to Los Angeles in under an hour. With this high rise, working professionals don’t have to sacrifice the peace of mind that living near the ocean brings for proximity to their office.
Read more at Nook Real Estate.