It won’t be long before some of the first residents of Lake Timber will be able to enjoy a new neighborhood center. The Lake House neighborhood center is almost complete, aimed at giving residents a sort of central gathering place while also helping to welcome visitors to the exciting new solar powered town of Babcock Ranch.
The first solar-powered town in the world just gained another step in the approval process to expand into northern Lee County. Previously, some residents of Lee County had objected to a proposal by Babcock Ranch developers to construct a mega-sports complex there.
Castle Harbour Homes just joined the list of premiere homebuilders constructing at Lake Timber in Babcock Ranch. It’s expected the company will begin constructing its first model home in June and a second in July, with both completed in early 2018.
One of the country’s largest homebuilders has just added its name to one of the region’s most appealing new communities. Babcock Ranch, the self-proclaimed first solar-powered town in the nation, will soon offer homes from Lennar in a neighborhood just to the southeast of Founders Square, close to a future school and community park.
Prospective homebuyers in Babcock Ranch now have a model home to view, as the first furnished model just opened in the new, sustainable town. Located in the town’s very first neighborhood, Lake Timber, the home by Stock Development is the first of five lakefront model homes planned by Stock at Babcock Ranch.
Most of Southwest Florida’s most exciting new hot spots are known just as much for their sensational views and ambiance as their food, but for one of the latest restaurants to enter the market it’s mostly the vision of what’s to come that could be the biggest draw of all. Table and Tap, with views of Lake Babcock, is expected to open in just weeks
Three new model homes will soon be completed at Babcock Ranch, a revolutionary new development being designed to compliment nature trails, lakes and green space, while adding in a downtown area and more than 19,000 homes. Incorporating thousands of trees and community gardens with energy efficient architectural designs
Construction is now underway for the first neighborhood being developed at Babcock Ranch, a massive solar-powered town just east of Fort Myers. Part of the much larger, 18,000-acre development, Lake Timber offers the luxury of plenty of lakefront green space, along with a fishing dock, dog park and observation deck.
The revolutionary new development of Founders Square is now underway at Babcock Ranch, setting the stage for a sustainable city of the future. This innovative downtown district will eventually serve as the commercial and social center of the community, outfitted with common area solar panels that will help power the entire development and town, a first for any town in the nation.
Babcock Ranch, a planned solar-powered community located 20 minutes from Fort Myers along the Southwest Florida coast, will feature a sustainable designed community nestled in its natural environment.
With the housing downturn in full force, developer Syd Kitson has announced plans to turn his Babcock Ranch project into the nation’s first solar-powered city. While I applaud Mr. Kitson for his creative thinking and interest in conservation and the green movement, the absolute last thing that we need right now in Southwest Florida is a new city or more houses.
Meet the man trying to develop Babcock Ranch. Gulfshore Business has an indepth story about Syd Kitson, the former NFL lineman who is trying to build a new city at the Babcock Ranch. At 91,000 acres, Babcock Ranch represents one of the last remaining large contiguous parcels in SW Florida.