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Palm Coast Tuesday, Sep. 22, 2020 1 month ago

Gas station, apartments, medical offices coming to Matanzas Woods

The gas station will be an Amoco, with two restaurants.
by: Brian McMillan Executive Editor

Three developments are progressing in the Matanzas Woods Parkway corridor.


Gas station

The gas station, which is going vertical, will be an Amoco station, with two restaurants planned — likely inside the gas station, according to Palm Coast Chief Building Officer Jason DeLorenzo. The station is located west of the U.S. 1-Matanzas Woods Parkway roundabout.

It’s the second Amoco station in Flagler County; Amoco also recently rebranded the former Interstate 100 gas station, at the southwest corner of Interstate 95 and State Road 100.

Behind the gas station, a storage facility is planned, but it’s not under construction yet.

The smaller roundabout west of U.S. 1 will eventually connect to the new Sawmill Creek subdivision to the north, though that is a few phases away. Sawmill has four model homes and a total of about a dozen homes under construction, DeLorenzo said.



Just east of the roundabout, the Matanzas West apartments (more than 280 units in 12 buildings) are just about complete with their technical site plan. A development order will be issued in days, and then the construction drawings will be completed, including turn lanes.


Medical offices

A rendering of the Flagler Health+ building, coming to the southeast corner of Belle Terre Parkway and Matanzas Woods Parkway.

Flagler Health+ announced in 2019 that it was planning to build a Health Village at the southeast corner of Belle Terre Parkway and Matanzas Woods Parkway. The first building, a two-story medical office, has been approved by the city.

"It is anticipated that the Flagler Health+ Village at Palm Coast will incorporate family practice with embedded behavioral health services, women’s care, urgent care, orthopedics, imaging and laboratory services all within a community-centric setting," a press release stated. "The project will incorporate dedicated green space for healthy lifestyle programming, arts activities and events and will likely include a key community engagement partner."

The property, formerly owned by Palm Coast United Methodist Church, will eventually also have a second Flagler Health building, but that’s in a future phase, DeLorenzo said.

Brian McMillan has been editor of the Palm Coast Observer since it began in 2010. He was named the Journalist of the Year for weekly newspapers in North America by the Local Media Association in 2012. He lives in Palm Coast with his wife and five children. Email...

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