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Park Square Homes closes on 50-acre subdivision site in Volusia County

Park Square Homes will offer multiple floorplans at Liberty Station, including the four-bedroom Barcelona model shown here, which starts at $405,990.
Park Square Homes will offer multiple floorplans at Liberty Station, including the four-bedroom Barcelona model shown here, which starts at $405,990. (Handout)

Park Square Homes is planning a new subdivision on 50-acres in Orange City, less than a mile from Interstate 4 and the new Amazon distribution facility in Volusia County.

The Orlando-based homebuilder paid $2.6 million for the site off East Graves Avenue between S. Kentucky Avenue and Veterans Memorial Parkway. The seller was Liberty Orange LLC, an affiliate of Maitland attorney Ronald Black. The subdivision, dubbed Liberty Station, is approved for a mix of 170 single-family homes and townhomes.

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Nearly half of the land will be preserved for open space and recreation, including a playground and dog park.

Horizontal development will start in 2022 and sales are projected to start in 2023.

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The major artery is Interstate 4 which gives access to Daytona Beach and Seminole County within 30 minutes. 18 miles to the north is I-95 and 30 miles to the south is Downtown Orlando.

The new subdivisions in Fruitland Park and Tavares could add more than 800 more homes to Lake County.

The Orange City deal follows Park Square Homes’ recent announcement that it would complete the residential development of Las Colina at Mission Inn in Howey-in-the-Hills.

The homebuilder will complete the 20 remaining homesites in the current phase of Las Colinas with square footage ranging from 1,987 – 3,957. The company will break ground on a new phase in 2022 and begin an ambitious 272 homesite expansion of residential offerings in Las Colinas at Mission Inn with sales anticipated in 2023. Four different product lines will be available in the new phase including paired villas and single-family homes.

Park Square Homes also closed this year on sites in Lake County with plans for subdivisions in Tavares and Fruitland Park that will have a combined 860 lots.

Have a tip about Central Florida development? Contact me at lkinsler@GrowthSpotter.com or (407) 420-6261, or tweet me at @byLauraKinsler. Follow GrowthSpotter on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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