The Glen Kernan neighborhood continues to make news.
The PARC Group, in association with the Davis family, announced Jan. 8 the purchase of the remaining undeveloped land in the southern part of the master-planned community.
Glen Kernan is between Hodges and Kernan boulevards and north of Butler Boulevard.
Through GK 36 LLC and High Country 36 LLC, The PARC Group acquired the property for $8.75 million from Hodges Blvd. Development Group, Inc. of Jacksonville. It totals about 80 acres, according to court records.
The PARC Group Director of Marketing Kelly Owen said the Davis family and The PARC Group are partnering to complete the development of Glen Kernan.
"The development plans are being finalized, but we anticipate having approximately 130 homesites," Owen said in an email. "Homebuyers will have the opportunity to work with a builder and build their dream home."
The PARC Group said in a news release that the houses would be estate homes. It is currently creating a VIP waitlist. Development plans will be released later in the year.
As of noon Jan. 8, no deed or sales information had been posted about the Corner Lot or The PARC Group purchases on the Duval County Clerk of the Courts website.
Owen said the closing was Jan. 5.
She said they have partnered together on many other projects, including Nocatee, eTown, and Pablo Creek Reserve.
Over the weekend, Corner Lot announced it purchased the Glen Kernan Golf & Country Club course from Hodges Blvd. Development Group Inc. with plans to partner with Hampton Golf to redesign it and remodel and renovate the clubhouse and fitness facilities.
The course is closed and is expected to reopen in January 2025 upon completion of the course and clubhouse renovations.