Tampa-based Minto busy on both coasts in Florida

Besides Westlake in Palm Beach County, Minto has jumbo-size projects in Naples, Daytona

TRD MIAMI /
Jun.June 05, 2016 11:30 AM

Rendering of Westlake development in Palm Beach County

Minto Communities has plenty on its plate. The Tampa-based company not only is developing Westlake, a 4,500-home project in western Palm Beach County, but also two other major projects in Daytona Beach and near Naples, each with thousands of planned homes.

In phase one of the development near Naples called Rural Lands West, Minto plans an age-restricted, 55-plus community of 4,000 homes with a town center, parks and a golf course.

In Daytona Beach, Minto is advancing the development of a resort-style, 55-plus community with 3,400 residences and 215,000 square feet of commercial buildings, plus amenities including a private beach club for home owners and their guests.

The company’s Westlake development will unfold on 3,800 acres in western Palm Beach County. It is approved for up to 4,500 homes and two million square feet of commercial space. Westlake also will have 2,000 acres of lakes, trails and open spaces.

In addition, Minto recently completed the third phase of The Isles of Collier Preserve in Naples, and now has 1,300 lots there remaining to be developed. [Builder Online]  Mike Seemuth

 

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