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Jax Daily Record Wednesday, Aug. 30, 201706:50 AM EST

Lennar plans to build Mill Creek North on land near the mall.

Lennar plans to build Mill Creek North on land near the mall.
by: Andrew Warfield Staff Writer

Lennar is planning to build 167 single-family homes in Arlington on the west side of Southside Connector between Lone Star Road and Holland Street.

The long-vacant 54 acres would be home to Mill Creek North, part of the Kendall Town Center planned use development, just southwest of Interstate 295.

The current site owner is Indigo Shoppes LLC of Coral Gables. The site developer is Dominion Engineering Group of Jacksonville.

Miami-based Lennar, the nation’s second-largest homebuilder, is currently developing the 94-home Mill Creek East, located west of Southside Connector and north of Regency Square Boulevard.

That project is south of the proposed Mill Creek North, separated by a retention pond and a proposed apartment complex.

Lennar Division President Matt Devereaux declined to comment on details about Mill Street North, saying it was premature.

According to Lennar’s website, homes in Mill Creek East range from 1,544 to 2,450 square feet and start at $232,900. Pricing of the largest models begins at $291,900.

Price and size details on Mill Creek North are unavailable.

The site is known by some as the Regency “dunes” because of its sand.

The property is part of Kendall Town Center, approved in 2003 to include up to 1,800 homes, 120 assisted living units, 480,000 square feet of retail space, 360,000 square feet of office space and 280 hotel rooms. According to a Conditional Capacity Availability Statement filed with the city, a preliminary site plan shows Mill Creek North being developed in two phases.

The first is 104 lots wrapping around an outparcel at the corner of Lone Star Road and Southside Connector.

The remaining 63 lots would be built in phase two, abutting Holland Street to the north with a retention pond separating homes from Southside Connector to the east.

According to the site plan, the neighborhood would be accessible from Lone Star Road to the south and Southside Connector to the east.

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