New Developments in St. Johns County

24 10 2006

Here is summary of new developments coming to St. Johns County:

1. Rivertown, located off CR 210, will be 4,200 acres, have 4,500 homes and 500,000 square feet of non-residential space.

2. Twin Creeks, located along US 1 and I-95, will be 3,500 acres, have 5,000 homes and nearly 3 million square feet of non-residential space.

3. Nocatee, single-family residences in St. Johns County, is bringing 12,579 homes, 4 million square feet of non-residential space and 30,000 people to the area.

4. Aberdeen and Durbin Crossing, located south of Race Track Road, are both underway and infrastructure is being put in right now. Combined they will have 4,516 homes and 310,000 square feet of non-residential space.

5. Silverleaf, located near World Golf Village, will be an enormous project with 7,300 acres, 10,700 homes and 1.7 million square feet of non-residential space.

6. Ashford Mills on SR 210 and SR 16 will offer 2,600 homes and 280,000 square feet of non-residential space.

The following projects are on the drawing board:

7. Durbin, located on Race Track Road and I-95, will be 1,637 acres and have 4,500 homes.

8. Elkton, located on SR 207 and CR 305 will be 2,800 acres, have 2,600 homes and 1,000 multi-family units and 300,000 square feet non-residential space.

9. Lemburg, also known as Cordova Palms, located south of International Golf Boulevard, will be 1,500 acres, have 1,700 multi-family units and 900,000 square feet of non-residential space.

From 1990 to 2003 St. Johns County experienced a growth rate of 47 percent, making it one of the fastest growing county in the nation.


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