Developer Neal Communities has purchased an additional 60 acres in Country Club East.
“We are pleased to have builders of the caliber of Neal Communities expanding and celebrating such success in our communities,” Schroeder-Manatee Ranch CEO Rex Jensen said. “We know we are leading this area into recovery, and we will continue to do that with the help of builders like Pat Neal, who bring quality construction and a solid track record of happy homeowners to strengthen the Lakewood Ranch brand.”
Neal plans to build 181 single-family homes in the new section of Country Club East. The neighborhood will be maintenance-free. Construction is expected to begin in late 2010.
Additionally, as part of the project, LWR Communities will build a resort-style pool and spa area at the entrance of the neighborhood for Country Club East residents. The recreation center will include a beach-style pool with cabanas and a large outdoor deck. Construction on that facility is expected to begin in early 2011.
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