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Jax Daily Record Thursday, Feb. 6, 202011:20 AM EST

Almost 500 homes planned for southeast Butler and I-295

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ICI Homes and David Weekley Homes want to build on 190 acres of the 1,000-acre Southeast Quadrant project.
by: Scott Sailer Staff Writer

Close to 500 homes are headed to southeast Butler Boulevard and Interstate 295.

ICI Homes and David Weekley Homes submitted site engineering plans Feb. 5 to the city and the St. Johns River Water Management District for 486 residential lots on about 190 acres on the 1,022-acre Southeast Quadrant mixed-use development.

Those lots comprise 452 single-family and 34 townhome lots.

Sawmill Timber LLC, led by the Skinner family, is the property owner and Boggy Branch Community Development District is the operation and maintenance entity for this portion of the development. 

CND-ICI SEQ LLC, a joint venture of Classic Neighborhoods Development LLC and Intervest Construction of Jax Inc., are partners in the residential development.

Southeast Quadrant is at southeast Butler Boulevard and Interstate 295.

Classic Neighborhoods is a subsidiary of Houston-based David Weekley Homes and Intervest Construction is part of Daytona-based ICI Homes.

The plans are for grading, paving and drainage plans, utilities and stormwater pollution prevention plans for residential Phases 1A, 1B and 1C.

CND-ICI SEQ LLC representatives did not respond to a call for comment.

The master plan for the 1,022-acre Southeast Quadrant proposes up to 4,600 homes on about 450 acres.

The Southeast Quadrant also is planned for up to 3.5 million square feet of nonresidential use, 30 acres of recreation open space and 150 acres of passive open space.

Atlanta-based Fuqua Development, led by Jeff Fuqua plans to create a $300 million mixed-use project called The Exchange at Jacksonville on 67 acres, comprising retail, office, entertainment, hotel and apartments in the northwestern portion of the property.

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