Property Managers, Owners and Lessors, Dreamers of a better way to live, work and play.
DEVELOPING WALKABLE COMMUNITIES TOGETHER (LIVE, WORK, PLAY)
About Roper Properties
Since settling in South Lake Apopka in 1857 the Roper Family has been apart of our community. W. C Roper our great great great grandfather was one of four men to organize the first Board of Public Instruction and first Board Members.of what was to become Orange County Public Schools.
L. F Roper, our grandfather became Mayor of Winter Garden and he, my father and our generation developed many parcels in Winter Garden. The Dillard Street Shopping Center, The Winter Garden Inn, Emerald Acres subdivision (temple grove drive), 720 S Dillard, Island Pointe Sub Division, The Winter Garden Hospital, Diamond R Fertilizer,
Roper Garden Building.
We have all been shown how to be Community Volunteers: Rotary, Salvation Army, YMCA, WMFE, Laubauch Literacy, Tri-Hi-Y, Garden Theatre, Oakland Avenue Charter School SAC, Junior Achievement, We Care Crisis Intervention Center, Central Florida Fair, Central Florida Arts Council, and others.
Community donors to the organizations the Roper Family values in the community.
(no solicitations please)
We’re Roper Properties, a Property Development Company dedicated to helping our community develop into a walkable community that is the best in the nation.
Roper Garden Building
Certified Green Building built to support new business in Winter Garden and to support the Garden Theatre. Home of Axum Coffee, Market to Table, Pilars Martini and Pilars Loft.
Winter Garden Shopping Center
1ST COMMERCIAL SHOPPING CENTER IN WINTER GARDEN
The first shopping center of its kind in West Orange County and still in operation today. The Winter Garden Shopping Center was home to Publix in the early days bringing fresh foods and goods to the community through a partnership with the Jenkins family.
Island Pointe/ Emerald Acres/ Mary Jeane
Island Point was our 3rd Residential Neighborhood, The First was the Mary Jean Subdivison off of Hennis Road Named After our Two Aunts. The Second was Emerald Acres directly across from Lakeview High School now Middle School's athletic complex.