Meritage Homes to build 463 homes along the Daytona LPGA Golf Course
Two new neighborhoods are coming to Daytona Beach’s LPGA Corridor, adding 463 single-family homes tucked into the golf course.
Both neighborhoods will be located east of LPGA Boulevard, the latest dishes approved by the City of Daytona Beach on October 6.
Local developer Parker Mynchenberg’s company is the development engineer for Meritage Homes, a national home builder based in Arizona.
“These are two subdivisions that are in the old part of the LPGA, so they’re both sort of fulfilled,” Mynchenberg told Volusia County Council on Tuesday. “So ultimately the LPGA is going to be developed. It helps the golf course, the restaurant there, et cetera. “
Meritage Homes of Florida pays over $ 2.9 million in fair share agreements for new neighborhoods, 99% of which goes to the county for road improvements:
- $ 1.8 million for Legends Preserve, which will add 264 homes on 141 acres
- $ 1.1 million for Links Terrace, a 57-acre development adding 199 homes
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County engineer Tadd Kasbeer said the money will help fund the widening of Williamson Boulevard to four lanes from Strickland Range Road north to Hand Avenue.
Kasbeer said there would also be improvements to LPGA Boulevard across the line, including the bridge over Interstate 95, which he hopes the Florida Department of Transportation will largely fund.
“We want to try and get the most out of their budget and minimize the impact on ours, but any of our proportional fair share going forward, we would start to pull together and that would complement whatever the DOT does. not pay on the LPGA, “he told the departmental council.
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Meritage Homes also has two development projects in New Smyrna Beach, Sarinna Lakes and The Palms at Venetian Bay. Houses cost around $ 300,000 and up.
Mynchenberg said development is unlikely to slow down anytime soon in the LPGA region.
“Lots of projects to come,” he said. “My office has designed quite a few and has a few more. They’re all fair share, so there will be more checks to come.”