Town Center to get 324 new homes, as ICI moves in
ICI Homes is purchasing five land tracts covering more than 190 acres in the Town Center at Palm Coast. The Daytona Beach-based homebuilder plans to build townhomes and single-family homes on approximately 80 acres in the master-planned community.
The plan is to build 324 new residences comprising 111 townhomes and 213 single-family homes on 50-foot-wide home sites. Community amenities will include a pool, fitness center, outdoor picnic area with barbecue grills and access to walking trails. Of the 190 acres, 80 are available for residential building and the remaining will be designated as permanent green space.
“The Town Center will be the home of our third sales center in Palm Coast as we continue to expand into the market,” said Tom McCall, chief operating officer, in a press release. “ICI Homes has a strong presence and momentum in Palm Coast because we are very committed and bullish on the area.”
ICI was named 2015 Builder of the Year by the Northeast Florida Builders Association. For more information, visit ICIhomes.com.
Skyway Builders gets top home permit: $455,000
Skyway Builders received the two most expensive permits for single-family homes last week in the city of Palm Coast.
Skyway will build a home at 16 Bluejack Court for $455,000 and a second home at 1 Sea Garden Path for $348,000.
Holiday Builders pulled three home permits (128 Wood Haven Drive, 137 Park Place Circle, 135 Park Place Circle), as did Dream Finders Homes (112, 106 and 100 Spoonbill Drive). Seagate pulled two permits (118 Park Place Circle and 18 Birchwood Drive), and Humbert Builders one at 26 Seamanship Trail.
Flagler Habitat got two permits to begin homes. A single-family home at 19 Riviera Drive will cost $164,000; another at 47 Pine Crest Lane will cost $159,000.
In total, 13 single-family permits were awarded by the city this week.
Expo to celebrate minority women who own businesses
All women of every race are invited to celebrate the contributions of minority women who own businesses, at the Flagler Black Women's Expo, at the nonprofit Purpose Center, in Flagler Beach.
The event will be 5-7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, at 210 Old Kings Road S., Suite 700, in Flagler Beach, across from Old Kings Elementary School.
Businesses will be spotlighted, and there will be vendor tables and networking opportunities. For more, visit bweflagler.eventbrite.com or call 569-6344.
Real estate corner
– Congratulations to the Annette Gardinal Team with REMAX Flagstaff for being among the 2,691 RE/MAX agents and teams featured in the 2016 REAL Trends “America’s Best Real Estate Agents” survey. The agents included in the survey represent less than 1% of all real estate professionals in the United States. The “America’s Best” survey is open to individual agents who closed at least 50 transaction sides or $20 million in sales volume and teams who had at least 75 sides or $30 million in volume.
Gardinal has more than 15 years of experience in the Flagler County/Palm Coast market. This is the second year she has been recognized among “America’s Best.”
— Richard J. DeCeglie was recently recognized as the top sales associate for the month of August in the Watson Realty Corp. Palm Coast office. DeCeglie has been in the real estate industry since 1986 and has been servicing Flagler County since 1989. He was awarded the Certified Residential Specialist designation in 1995. Realtor.com shows that he has 86 recommendations on its Realtor site and he is a 5 Star agent on Zillow. Email RichardDeCeglie@msn.com.
— Janet Geddings, of RE/MAX Flagstaff in Palm Coast, has earned the prestigious Graduate, Realtor Institute designation presented by the National Association of Realtors. Visit RMFlagstaff.com or call 246-8585. Founded in 2010, the brokerage has 8 Realtors and specializes in residential and commercial real estate.