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Why Live Here?
Camden Town square offers a convenient lifestyle in your one, two or three-bedroom apartment home in Orlando. Welcome to Camden Town Square. We offer one, two and three bedroom apartment homes which are perfectly located for those who love dining, shopping and entertainment options. Camden Town Square showcases floor plans that include a full-size washer and dryer, walnut plank flooring, relaxing soaking bathtubs and crown molding. Whip up your favorite recipes in our gourmet kitchens which feature stainless steel appliances, espresso colored cabinets, and brushed nickel hardware. Enjoy an easy commute across Orlando with direct access to I-4 and the 417. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle you won't need to travel far to find just what you need. Please note that all floor plan availability is subject to change. Call for details.
Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Recycling
  • Attached and detached garages available
  • Coffee bar with Wi-Fi
  • Fitness zone with interactive equipment
  • MyCamden.com, a resident social site
  • Non-smoking amenity areas
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly community
  • Den
  • Kitchen island
  • Plush carpeting in bedrooms
  • Soaking tubs & curved shower rods
  • Soaking tubs with tile surround
  • Sunroom
  • Sunroom with storage closet
  • Walnut plank flooring kitchen & bath(s)
Building Information
  • Units: 438

 

About Kissimmee, FL


Located due South of Orlando, Florida, Kissimmee is considered a part of the overall Orlando metropolitan area, yet it is a small town with a population of 60,000 people. Originally, a steamship building town, the advent of great railway lines displaced the need for the boats, and Kissimmee gradually became a ranching community.