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City to review plans for 770 new homes

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Two developments would consist of single-family homes, while another would have duplexes and fourplexes.
by: Jonathan Simmons Senior Editor

Developers have submitted plans for three new residential developments, one in the center of Palm Coast and two in southern Palm Coast.

One, to be called “The Haven,” would be a 205-unit development with a mix of duplexes, fourplexes, and a few single-family homes on 69 acres of land on the east side of Central Avenue slightly south of its intersection with Market Avenue, in Town Center, according to city records. 

There would be 72 two-bedroom units and 133 three-bedroom units. The land is part of the 1557-acre Town Center Development of Regional Impact. The developer’s technical site plan will go before the city’s planning board for review on Dec. 1, then to the City Council for approval.

Another proposed development, Flagler Village, would have 226 single-family homes on 108 acres on the northeast corner of Belle Terre Boulevard and Citation Boulevard. A subdivision master plan for Flagler Village will be reviewed by the planning board.

A third development, at this point called “Palm Coast 145” in city records, would bring 339 single-family homes to 146 acres on the northeast side of U.S. 1 between Belle Terre Boulevard and Karas Trail.

The planning board will review that development’s subdivision master plan on Dec. 1.

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