Metrostudy names top 20 Florida master planned communities

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In a report released last week, housing market research firm Metrostudy identified the top 20 master planned communities in Florida based on annual starts.

August 14, 2012
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Metrostudy, top 20, master planned communities, Florida, annual starts, markets

In a report released last week, housing market research firm Metrostudy identified the top 20 master planned communities in Florida based on annual starts. Sumter County’s The Villages took the top spot, showing a rate of 2,607 annual starts in the second quarter. With 35,872 constructed on-site since 2001, it is also the top-selling master planned community in the U.S.

Metrostudy’s report divided the state into six markets: Central Florida; South Florida; Jacksonville; Tampa; Sarasota-Manatee; and Naples-Ft. Myers.

The full list of top 20 master planned communities — along with the Metrostudy market and annual starts of each — is as follows:

1. The Villages, Central Florida — 2,607

2. Monterra, South Florida — 353

3. Nocatee, Jacksonville — 351

4. FishHawk Ranch, Tampa — 261

5. Lakewood Ranch, Sarasota-Manatee — 225

6. Valencia Reserve, South Florida — 219

7. Century Garden, South Florida — 202

8. Durbin Crossing, Jacksonville — 179

9. Independence, Central Florida — 177

10. Wyndham Lakes Estates, Central Florida — 175

11. Live Oak Preserve, Tampa — 164

12. Canyon Trails, South Florida — 157

13. Central Park, Sarasota-Manatee — 156

14. Panther Trace, Tampa — 156

15. Reserve at Blue Lake, South Florida — 150

16. VillageWalk of Bonita Springs, Naples-Ft. Myers — 139

17. Concord Station, Tampa — 139

18. Valencia Lakes, Tampa — 139

19. Eagle Creek, Central Florida — 138

20. Vill of South Solerno, Central Florida — 136

The Central Florida, Tampa, and South Florida markets each sported five communities from the list; Jacksonville and Sarasota-Manatee each had two; and Naples-Ft. Myers had one.

Thirty-five of Florida’s most populated counties were surveyed by Metrostudy for the report; these 35 counties account for 89 percent of all housing units in the state.

To read the rest of the report, click here.

 

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