Floor plans of most of the production homes and some of the semi-custom homes can be found below. The list is being expanded as plans become available. The architectural style and village will be noted when available. Note that many homes were customized and the floor plan should only be considered a possibility based on what builders originally offered for sale. The floor plans are are conceptual and not a representation of any particular property.
Single Family, Townhome, Duplex, Triplex Builders
Carlyle by ISSA, Condos
Town Center, Condos (Apartment Conversion)
WaterStreet, Condos (Apartment Conversion)
Georgetown, Condos (Apartment Conversion)
Sienna Condos & Townhomes (Apartment Conversion)
Meliã Orlando Hotel (formerly Mona Lisa), Condo-Hotel
Planning & Architecture
Walt Disney's Imagineering group accomplished the herculean task of organizing and implementing a rich palette of architectural detail and style via the Celebration Pattern Book. Robert A.M. Stern (RAMSA) and Jaquelin T. Robertson (Cooper Robertson & Partners) were involved in formulating the master plan that artfully places a wide mix of home sizes in a modified grid pattern on tree lined streets with alleys behind to keep garage doors and service areas out of sight. Even the tiny U.S. post office downtown was designed by famous architect and designer Michael Graves (Michael Graves Design Group).
Celebration is known around the world for it's classic southern aesthetic and pedestrian friendly layout. The town is situated on approximately 4900 acres and encompasses large tracts of green space that divide the town naturally into smaller sub-areas or villages. The town is full of active parks, playgrounds, lakes, ponds, nature trails and boardwalks. Celebration is frequently held up as a prime example of New Urbanism and Neo-Traditional design. The following architectural styles can be seen throughout Celebration and help make the community a beautiful place to live, work and play:
Victorian (Carpenter, Key West, Queen Anne)
Coastal (Acadian, St. Augustine, Low Country)
Craftsman & Arts and Crafts
"Celebration Moderne" (An Interpretation of Art Deco)