Today's the big day for the Citrus Bowl parade in downtown, so plan your travel time in and out accordingly.
Now, let's start this morning with an interesting item from Forbes, which named Orlando as one of the top "Cities Doing the Most to Address the U.S. Housing Shortage."
Forbes notes that nationwide, there is an undersupply of new housing, but some metros are doing better than others at meeting demand.
Orlando is No. 5, with 19,306 permitted multifamily units, trailing only Charlotte, Houston, Raleigh and Austin in the rankings, which were created by looking at the number of building permits for single and multifamily units in the 53 largest U.S. metros from 2011 through 2014 as compared to those metros' existing housing bases.
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