ORMOND BEACH, Fla., March 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Halifax Town Center, a mixed-use development estimated at more than $75 million in construction and located along a high-impact growth corridor between Daytona Beach and Halifax Plantation, is being aggressively marketed for DIX Developments by Orlando-based Stirling International Real Estate.
The property is situated at the southeast quadrant of the prime Interstate 95 interchange at SR 40 with frontage on Old Dixie Highway. The developer's proposed uses for the various sites include a hotel, apartments, town homes, assisted living facility, waterfront restaurants and medical/professional offices.
James Dicks CEO DIX Developments, said, "The 53-acre Halifax Town Center is part of the golf course community Halifax Plantation's planned development (PD) in Volusia County with an Ormond Beach address. The property is just minutes from the Atlantic Ocean and intercoastal waterway in Ormond Beach."
"Halifax Town Center offers many development opportunities in a market area that includes Halifax Plantation and Plantation Bay with over 4,000 homes and more than 6,000 homes at buildout," said Dicks. "We have been investing in central Florida real estate for generations and we love the central Florida market place for years to come."
The fully developed site with storm water retention, surfaced roadways and utilities, is ready for immediate construction and is being marketed globally by John Kurtz and the Stirling International Real Estate team.
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SOURCE DIX Developments, LLC