Master Planned Communities

Avalon Park Group is a leading proponent of the New Urbanism approach in community planning. Our three award-winning mixed-use master planned communities bring to life the New Urbanism principle: combining traditional-style architecture with modern sensibilities in a human-scale, walkable community in order to provide a greatly improved qualify of life for residents. and a much lighter environmental impact. Avalon Park Group’s communities widely – and successfully – borrow the best qualities from the past while adapting to the present and anticipating the future.

Building sustainable mixed-use communities requires an understanding of the past and a vision of the future. Avalon Park Group’s real estate development division is developing some of the most desirable mixed-use projects. We combine this vision with exceptional skill and an unwavering dedication to detail. These qualities are evident in Avalon Park Communities’ award winning new urbanist inspired towns- towns that carefully blend residential, retail, office, park, recreation and school components in a form that establishes a sense of place for its residents.

  • Avalon Park Orlando is an 1,860-acre neighborhood located in southeast Orange County, nestled beside the serene, natural surroundings of the Econlockhatchee River.
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  • Avalon Park Wesley Chapel is the premier community to live, learn, work and play in Wesley Chapel, Pasco County, Florida.
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  • New River Township

    New River Township is an 1,800-acre community in Wesley Chapel, Fla., north of downtown Tampa.
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  • Avalon Park Tavares is a 150-acre village located in Tavares, Lake County, Florida nestled on the serene, natural surroundings of Lake Hermosa.
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  • Avalon Park Daytona Beach is under design for Avalon Park Group's latest and largest master planned community.

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