Plans for Saddle Brook Apartments, a 210-unit community near Cecil Commerce Center, are in St. Johns River Water Management District review.
Plans show seven apartment buildings, a common-area pavilion and a maintenance building on the 53.42-acre site along Normandy Boulevard and Bicentennial Drive. All the units are two bedrooms.
The property owner, Saddle Brook Landings Annex LLC, is a part of Newport, Rhode Island-based Landings Real Estate Group, a private real estate investment and development company led by founder Christopher Bicho.
The civil engineer is Alliant Engineering Inc.
ICI Homes, Beach Community Development District and Tamaya Loan Acquisition LLC submitted plans to the city and St. Johns River Water Management District for a new phase of the Tamaya subdivision along Beach Boulevard.
The 107-acre parcel would comprise 217 single-family lots.
The site is north of Meritage Boulevard and south of Kernan Trail Elementary School. The civil engineer is England-Thims & Miller Inc.
Mattamy Jacksonville LLC submitted subdivision construction plans to St. Johns County for RiverTown WaterSong Phase 2, Parcel 15.
It comprises 158 single-family lots and associated infrastructure.
The 42-acre parcel in the RiverTown master-planned community is south of Keystone Corners Boulevard with access from Voysey Place.
WaterSong is an active-adult community.
The civil engineer is Prosser Inc.
Plans for Oakhurst Park, a KB Home 99-lot single-family subdivision in Northwest Jacksonville, are in city and St. Johns River Water Management District review.
The 36-acre property is between Dunn Avenue and Biscayne Boulevard south of Montward Road. The civil engineer is GAI Consultants Inc.
Plans for Morgan’s Cove, a 266-lot single-family subdivision in St. Johns County, are in St. Johns River Water Management District review.
The developer is Morgan’s Cove Ventures LLC, managed by John Bynes of St. Simons Island, Georgia.
The site is on a 279-acre property along the eastern side of Interstate 95 north of County Road 214. The subdivision would occupy 90 acres.
In August, Morgan’s Cove Ventures applied to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to develop the property as single-family residential and removed plans by previous owners for commercial development along County Road 214. The change was to reduce the impact on wetlands in the area.
The civil engineer is Dominion Engineering Group Inc.