Delray Beach developer Anthony Pugliese III has seen the future, and it’s green. Pugliese, who bought 27,400 acres in southern Osceola County’s Yeehaw Junction, plans to build a self-contained eco-sustainable city, which he’s dubbed Destiny. He plans to build 40,000 houses there over the next 25 to 50 years, and envisions environmentally sound energy systems and farming on the development. Permits have yet to be granted and the developer says construction is still many years away.
Developer looks for greener pastures
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