Residential Property Developments

New townhouse communities coming to Four Corners market

A pair of new developments will bring over 400 new townhomes to the Four Corners market in Kissimmee and Davenport.

Maryland-based Hailey Development has filed a site plan with Polk County’s Development Review Committee for Pointe West, a 210-unit townhouse community on U.S. 27, just north of Sand Mine Road. This will be the developer’s second Florida project, both in conjunction with Vero Beach-based Gravity Land Development. They previously teamed up to entitle and develop Champions Reserve, a 221-lot vacation home resort community near ChampionsGate that was sold to Ryan Homes.


The 22-acre site is currently planted with timber. The engineering work is being led by Kimley-Horn’s Lakeland office. The firm has filed construction plans with the Southwest Florida Water Management District.

Pointe West would abut Pulte’s Windsor Ridge vacation home resort, and it’s just across the highway from Mirabella, a new community in the pipeline by KB Home. Both of those projects have single-family detached and townhouse components.


Just across the county line in Kissimmee, the developer of West Lucaya Village Resort on W192 is gearing up for another expansion of the popular vacation-rental townhouse community. Project Manager Ronaldo Montenegro has filed a Preliminary Subdivision Plan with Osceola County for another 200 townhomes. The new development would take place on three parcels totaling 12.3 acres on the east side of Legacy Boulevard.

West Lucaya, which features three- and four-bedroom units, was marketed to Brazilian investors by Morning Star Consulting Group. The developer launched a second phase of West Lucaya in 2017, and that project has completely sold out. The new community would have its own pool and clubhouse, according to the plan.

Montenegro’s West Lucaya Development LLC paid $1.3 million in 2018 to acquire the property. He engaged Dave Schmitt Engineering for the civil work, and the plan cleared Osceola County’s Development Review Committee last week. It now heads to the Planning Commission at the end of the month.

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