Aphora on the Intracoastal offers another upscale waterfront high-rise option.
The original plan for Aphora
at Marina San Pablo involved 57-unit condominium project just west of the Intracoastal
Waterway off of J.Turner Butler Blvd. According to a letter from developer Bove, plans are on the table for eleven upscale townhomes as well. The coach-style homes will be 2,700 to 4,000 square feet, each with a two-car garage. Prices start at $750,000.
Developer Gale Bove cited the increased demand for townhomes in the Northeast Florida market as a driver for the additional units.
David Weekley Homes is building in Nocatee, Crosswater, Durbin Crossing and many other new communities in Jacksonville.
Kudos to David Weekley
, one of the big Jacksonville players, building in some big Jacksonville new home neighborhoods
and Durbin Crossing
. They're on Fortune
magazine's “100 Best Companies to Work For,” list, which is based on factors such as a great working environment, benefits, employee culture and company success.
This is the ninth time David Weekley Homes has made the ranks of Fortune's Best Companies list. David Weekley Homes employs more than 1,300 nationwide.
Crosswater at Pablo Bay has been busy from day one, breaking ground in September, 2013.
Four of the area’s biggest homebuilders converged on the tract of land that is now Crosswater at Pablo Bay, just down the street from the Mayo Clinic on San Pablo Road. What they've created has turned out to be a huge success.
Cornerstone, Providence, Mattamy, and David Weekley have all experienced robust sales, with some builders looking at the successful end of a great run, as they come close to being fully sold out.
Providence, for example, has only five remaining inventory homes left in Crosswater. They sold 54 out of 59 homes in Phases One and Two.
In July, WTLV Consumer Advocate Ken Amaro reported a story about a woman named Sarah Philips. She lives in the Sutton Lakes neighborhood, located just south of Atlantic Blvd. between Kernan and St. Johns Bluff, and is comprised of 496 homes. Amaro’s headline, “Jesus sign creates devilish problem in Jacksonville neighborhood.”