Atlanta-based Beazer Homes wants to build its first townhome community in two years to Osceola County’s Boggy Creek Road.
The homebuilder is seeking to rezone two parcels totaling 13.8 acres to Medium Density Residential and filed a Preliminary Subdivision Plan for the 110-unit project called “Creekside Townhomes.” The property, which is just south of Lake Nona’s Poitras expansion, has a future land use of Medium Density/Intensity.
Lake Nona master developer, Tavistock, owns the land across the street and will extend the community’s Center Line Drive through the Poitras property and eventually connect it to Boggy Creek Road. The Poitras PD master plan shows the road aligning with the entrance to Renaissance Charter School, which is next door to the Beazer project.
The community would be tucked between the K-8 school and Creekside at Boggy Creek, a single family subdivision in development by Ryan Homes where prices start in the high $200s. It’s about two miles west of Narcossee Road.
Beazer currently has only four active communities in the Orlando market, according to its website, but two of those are nearby in Kissimmee and Lake Nona. Marbella, also on Boggy Creek Road, features a 150 homesites with a pool, cabana and dog park. Homes there start at $322,990. In Lake Nona, Beazer is building a 55+ condo community called The Gatherings.
Beazer completed a townhouse community in Horizon West called Summerlake in 2018.