The Sola at Celebration Life

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Be a part of a thriving town where you get the best of all worlds shop, dine, work and play! Sola at Celebration is one of the most successful planned communities in the country and was voted one of the "Best Places to Live" in 2012 by Forbes Magazine. What many people don't know is that Walt Disney's original concept for what later became Epcot at Walt Disney World was exactly what Celebration is today! * The town was designed to serve as a model for other developers and as a possible solution to the isolation and sterility of the modern suburb. Disney's idea of a small utopian town in a large urban environment became a reality in the creation of Celebration. Sola at Celebration is perhaps the most successful planned community in the country having recently won a coveted Florida state civic award and voted one of the "Best Places to Live" in 2012 by Forbes Magazine. What many people don't know is that Walt Disney's original concept for what later became Epcot at Walt Disney World was exactly what Celebration is today; a thriving town where people live, work, go to school, attend to their health care needs, shop, dine out, bank, and have a variety of recreational opportunities. * Celebration is a real town, and a creation by one of biggest and best-known corporations in the country to advance town planning and community building in America. In designing Celebration, the Walt Disney Company brought together some of the finest minds and biggest names in the architecture and urban-planning professions and came up with a concept that could serve as a model for other developers, and possibly, as a solution to the isolation and sterility of the modern suburb. * The company's team had examined the full range of town development over the last century, from Frederick Law Olmsted's groundbreaking 1868 design for Riverside, Illinois, to the hottest new trend in urban design, neotraditionalism, which relies on scaled-down, pedestrian-friendly planning. Disney's idea was to sift through the best practices of the last 130 years to build a new town that would resurrect the vitality and neighborliness of America before the postwar rush to the suburbs. * THE INSPIRATION * In the early 1960s, Walt Disney had a huge success in the entertainment industry, as well as having a family with many grandchildren. In watching his grandchildren grow up, Walt Disney began to worry about the world of the future they would inhabit. He began to notice that th

Be a part of a thriving town where you get the best of all worlds shop, dine, work and play! Sola at Celebration is one of the most successful planned communities in the country and was voted one of the "Best Places to Live" in 2012 by Forbes Magazine. What many people don't know is that Walt Disney's original concept for what later became Epcot at Walt Disney World was exactly what Celebration is today! * The town was designed to serve as a model for other developers and as a possible solution to the isolation and sterility of the modern suburb. Disney's idea of a small utopian town in a large urban environment became a reality in the creation of Celebration. Sola at Celebration is perhaps the most successful planned community in the country having recently won a coveted Florida state civic award and voted one of the "Best Places to Live" in 2012 by Forbes Magazine. What many people don't know is that Walt Disney's original concept for what later became Epcot at Walt Disney World was exactly what Celebration is today; a thriving town where people live, work, go to school, attend to their health care needs, shop, dine out, bank, and have a variety of recreational opportunities. * Celebration is a real town, and a creation by one of biggest and best-known corporations in the country to advance town planning and community building in America. In designing Celebration, the Walt Disney Company brought together some of the finest minds and biggest names in the architecture and urban-planning professions and came up with a concept that could serve as a model for other developers, and possibly, as a solution to the isolation and sterility of the modern suburb. * The company's team had examined the full range of town development over the last century, from Frederick Law Olmsted's groundbreaking 1868 design for Riverside, Illinois, to the hottest new trend in urban design, neotraditionalism, which relies on scaled-down, pedestrian-friendly planning. Disney's idea was to sift through the best practices of the last 130 years to build a new town that would resurrect the vitality and neighborliness of America before the postwar rush to the suburbs. * THE INSPIRATION * In the early 1960s, Walt Disney had a huge success in the entertainment industry, as well as having a family with many grandchildren. In watching his grandchildren grow up, Walt Disney began to worry about the world of the future they would inhabit. He began to notice that th

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Sola at Celebration

1662 Celebration Blvd,, Celebration, Florida 34747

407-477-6831