Active development is ongoing in Southeast Volusia, Florida

Active development is ongoing in Southeast Volusia, Florida

Volusia County, just like other Florida areas, is experiencing a construction boom that shows no signs of slowing down. The southeast part of the county on the ocean coast is particularly popular. Cities like New Smyrna Beach, Port Orange, and Edgewater offer residents a unique beach lifestyle.

One of the most promising off-plan residential complexes in this area is Riverwalk in Port Orange. A residential building with 450 apartments, as well as commercial properties, including restaurants and shops, will be located on an area of 40,500 square metres. It will also feature about 300 public parking spaces and an oceanfront park with a performance pavilion, footpaths for walking, swings, benches, and other amenities. Bristol Development Group is supposed to submit the site plan to the City Council as early as this summer.

Another important project is Greenlawn Manor in New Smyrna Beach. Its first phase will comprise 80 affordable one- or two-bedroom residences, as well as offices and common rooms. The construction is planned for completion this year.

The residential complex Oak Leaf Preserve was proposed in Edgewater and approved by the City Council back in March 2018. The development area will reach almost 708,000 square metres where 375 land plots for single-family houses will be assigned. Each home will have at least two garages. The convenient location near Florida East Coast Railroad will ensure great transport accessibility.

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