Murals in College Park
710 West Princeton
"The Fluttering Heart" was created by artist Tony Philippou in 2017.
According to Philippou, "there were a few different sources of inspiration for the mural. First and most important are the residents in the College Park Community because they are the ones who have to see it everyday. My desire was to create an image that embodied strength, health and beauty. Living in Central Florida I take great pride and honor in being able to connect with my city. I have friends and family in Orlando and I want everyone to be able to enjoy it for many years to come."
1600 Edgewater Drive
The bright festive artwork on the side of Infusion Tea was created by artist Chris Uphues. The project was developed through a collaboration with Naked Bar Soap Company and Infusion Tea, with matching grant funds from College Park Main Street. The project was the brainchild of Lindsey from LemonHearted.
The Kerouac House
Location: 1418 Clouser Ave.
Author Jack Kerouac lived in College Park during some of his most prominent creative years. The Kerouac House was turned into a non-profit in the fall of 2000, hosting writers for a three-month residency as they complete writing projects.
Publix Pole Sign
Location: 2015 Edgewater Drive
This is one of the last Publix locations with a neon sign from the 1960s. It is also the last Publix location with the original Publix pole sign.
Parking in College Park
Ready to visit your favorite College Park businesses but don't know where to park?
You'll find many parking spaces that are good for 2-hour parking during your trip to our main street. These spots are first come, first served. 2-hour parking along Edgewater Drive is available Monday-Saturday 8am-6pm. There are no restrictions after 6pm or on Sundays.
8 spots + 1 handicap spot
3-hour parking from 8am-6pm (Monday-Sundays)
Public parking spaces available on the second floor of The Wellesley condominium.