Village Walk planned on 107 acres.
More new homes are coming to Nassau County.
Matovina & Company is planning to build 210 homes on 107 acres across Amelia Concourse from Amelia Walk. The neighborhood will be called Village Walk.
The site originally was a planned Woodside Homes community, which was not built.
GreenPointe Communities is the overall developer of the master-planned community.
“We have the Village Walk property under contract from GreenPointe and we are planning to close in the next week and break ground in January on phases one and two of the development,” said Greg Matovina, principal of Matovina & Company.
Those first two phases will include 131 homes, he said.
Matovina said he could not disclose the builder or builders for Village Walk, but expects homes to be priced from the high $200,000s to the high $300,000s, comparable to Amelia Walk.
Village Walk is not part of the community development district, so it will have its own pool, amenity area and homeowners association.
“We expect to break ground in January and finish site work on the first two phases in the third quarter of 2018,” Matovina said.
He said the amenity center will be finished late this year or early next year, about the same time the first homes are completed.
The engineer is Atkinson Engineering. The site work contractor for the first two phases is A.J. Johns Inc.
Village Walk will be accessible from Amelia Concourse at Majestic Walk Boulevard as well as Spruce Run Drive from North Hampton Club Drive. Both roads are completed.
Majestic Walk Boulevard is perpendicular to Amelia National Parkway.
“With Amelia National across the street and North Hampton Club next door, we’re surrounded by golf,” Matovina said.