Daytona Beach City Commissioners voted unanimously Jan. 9 to rezone 2.176 acres at 41 S. Ocean Ave. to a planned development for building a dual Marriott hotel.
The Wallschlaegers, one of Volusia County’s most influential families of real estate developers, took a big step recently, selling the huge Hacienda del Rio manufactured home park in Edgewater to Sun Communities for about $54.9 million.
Riviera Senior Living at 1825 Ridgewood Ave. in Holly Hill pulls out all the stops to make sure their independent living and assisted living residents know they are at home.
Catching the momentum of Latitude Margaritaville and other developments along LPGA Boulevard in Daytona Beach, a Jacksonville real estate developer submitted plans for five projects in the area.
You probably weren’t expecting to get a column on fast-food restaurants for Christmas, but it’s the gift that real estate developers want you to enjoy.
Latitude Margaritaville will continue to expand as Consolidated-Tomoka Land Co. announced about 1,614 acres of land subject to the sales contract with Minto Communities received the necessary development approvals from the City of Daytona Beach Nov. 7.
Local officials and investors donned hats and picked up golden shovels to heft the first turn of dirt on The Junction, a new $200 million mixed-use development that includes a 289-unit luxury apartment community in DeBary.
The transition from active military to private citizen can be challenging for many veterans, especially with deciding what to do for a living.
Edgewater has landed a private aviation business that eventually plans to expand its existing fleet of jets serving Central Florida to offer cross country and long-haul flights to Europe.
Academy Sports and Outdoors joins Hobby Lobby, Five Below, Tuesday Morning, Burlington Coat Factory, TJ Maxx, DSW (Designer Shoe Warehouse), and Ross Dress for Less as businesses now open at the 170-acre mixed use development known as Tomoka Town Center in Daytona Beach.
A 330,000-panel Florida Power & Light solar farm under construction on the south side of State Road 44 near Samsula will double as a protected native plant and wildlife preserve under the auspices of Audubon Florida.
One of the great features of an area with a strong economy and a hot housing market is the opportunities for redevelopment are almost as good as new development.
Sunwing, a Canadian airline, will begin seasonal, non-stop flight service between Toronto and Daytona Beach Jan. 28 thanks to collaboration and hard work of several county agencies, Daytona Beach International Airport officials stated in a news release.
No one is really sure what’s happening at the corner of Howland and Courtland boulevards in Deltona, but there’s been some talk about a restaurant chain coming to town.
As the last day of summer hits the calendar, it’s a good time to look back at this year’s summer tourism season in Volusia County and see what happened.