New 24,000 Acre SunBridge Community Starting Development

Ben Coming Soon, Orlando News, Real Estate News Leave a Comment

Tavistock Development Company, the creators of award-winning Lake Nona, is turning their creative talents towards something new. Introducing Sunbridge: a 24,000 acre community comprising towering oaks, sparkling lakes and waterways. The astounding natural beauty of Sunbridge makes it a place like no other. Sunbridge is determined to keep innovation and sustainability at the forefront of its growth, creating a place where life is a daily adventure.  Miles of hiking and biking paths will show you a seldom seen slice of Central Florida. Green and lush with quiet spots to rest under canopies of trees, you will be neighbors with countless types of wildlife. Now, over 24,000 acres have been preserved in a conservation network so future residents will always enjoy it.

A Place to Flourish

At Sunbridge, they are building a model of life that nature intended. A place where gardens will be gathering spots. Where people will work together to bring fresh, organic food straight to the table. A community that will place focus not solely on its residents, but also on the land and water that sustains it. A place where you will flourish.

Community

Groundbreaking on the Sunbridge community began in 2019. Del Webb will be offering the first homes for sale sometime in 2020. Del Webb Sunbridge will ultimately have 1,373 single-family and villa homes for owners 55+ to enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle. Del Webb Sunbridge sits east of state road 417 and south of state road 528, less than 5 miles south of Lake Nona and Medical City in northwest Osceola County.

Location

Located in the southeast section of Central Florida, Sunbridge is only 10 minutes from Lake Nona and it is a short drive from the region’s most popular destinations including Orlando International Airport, Port Canaveral, the University of Central Florida, and the region’s many theme parks.

Construction on Sunbridge, one of the largest developments in Central Florida, is expected to continue through 2055. In regard to Orange County’s 5,000-acre side of Sunbridge, it will include more than 7,300 homes, 490 hotel rooms, 6.3 million square feet of office and retail space, and 2.9 million square feet of industrial space.

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