Florida State Road 527 is a 8.54 mile long discontinuous route with two distinct sections between SR 482 (Sand Lake Road) at Pine Castle and U.S. 17/92 (Orlando Avenue) at Harmon Avenue in Winter Park. A 1.53 mile portion through Downtown Orlando was turned over to the city. This includes the one-way couplet along Rosalind / Magnolia Avenues north and Orange Avenue south from Lake Lucerne to Colonial Drive (U.S. 17/92-SR 50). SR 527 ends from the south at Gore Avenue, and resumes north from SR 50.
County Road 527 (Orange Avenue) extends south from SR 482 (McCoy Road) as a mostly unsigned route to Osceola County and Osceola Parkway (CR 522).
|Anderson Street lowers from the overpass spanning I-4 and Sunrail ahead of Orange Avenue (former SR 527) southbound in Downtown Orlando. 05/22/20|
|South Street flows west alongside SR 408 (East-West Expressway) from Lake Underhill to Rosalind Avenue north. Exit 11A from the toll road west ties into South Street just ahead of former SR 527 north. 05/22/20|
|Remaining SR 527 shield still posted for Rosalind Avenue north along South Street west. SR 527 followed Rosalind Avenue north to SR 526 (Robinson Street). 05/22/20|
|Rosalind Avenue flows northbound only between Lake Lucerne and the transition to Magnolia Avenue ahead of Livingston Street. 11/05/06|
|South Street advances by the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts to intersect Magnolia Avenue. Magnolia Avenue parallels the one way couplet of Rosalind and Orange Avenues (former SR 527) north to Livingston Street. 09/08/18|
|Approaching Orange Avenue (former SR 527) south on South Street west. SR 527 south exited Downtown by way of Lake Lucerne between Anderson and Gore Streets. 09/08/18|
|Orange Avenue passes underneath the East-West Expressway at Lake Lucerne. South Street continues west to ramps for Interstate 4 and Amway Arena. 09/08/18|
|Pine Street east at Orange Avenue (former SR 527) southbound. An Interstate 4 trailblazer directed drivers southward to South Street. 07/29/06|
|Princeton Street (CR 438) links Interstate 4 with SR 527 (Orange Avenue) at the Loch Haven community in north Orlando. Orange Avenue travels south through the antique district while Princeton Street continues east to U.S. 17/92 near Harry P. Leu Botanical Gardens and other cultural attractions. 08/16/08|
|SR 527 leads northeast from Princeton Street into the city of Winter Park and southward to Lake Ivanhoe and Downtown Orlando. 08/16/08|
- 07/29/06 by AARoads and Justin Cozart.
- 11/05/06 by AARoads and Justin Cozart.
- 08/16/08 by AARoads.
- 09/08/18 by AARoads.
- 05/22/20 by AARoads.
Page Updated 05-29-2020.