Sarasota firm plans fall opening for golf-course redevelopment with 621 home sites

Neal Communities is developing Canoe Creek on the 304-acre Palmetto Pines Golf Course in Parrish

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Jul.July 22, 2018 02:00 PM

Palmetto Pines Golf Course in Parrish (Credit: GolfNow.com)

Neal Communities expects a fall opening for its 621-site residential redevelopment of a golf course in Parrish, a small town about 40 miles south of Tampa.

Sarasota-based Neal has owned the Palmetto Pines Golf Course since 2006, when the development company bought the Parrish property for $15.1 million.

The Bradenton Herald reported that the golf course was expected to close in stages, starting with nine of the 27 holes, as home construction advances.

The development, called Canoe Creek, will bring 621 home sites to the golf course at 14355 Golf Course Road in Parrish.

The 304-acre Canoe Creek development will have homes with 13 floor plans that range in size from 1,493 to 3,346 square feet.

The architectural styles of the homes will be “modern farmhouse” and “American coastal.”

The shared-amenity package encompasses four pickleball courts, a clubhouse, gym, swimming pool and spa, and a dog park nearby. [Bradenton Herald]Mike Seemuth


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