I’m aware of at least one re-development paused after the recent discussions surrounding Slider’s parking, leased or rented in order to permit an expansion in the past. In the past, the City of Fernandina has allowed development requiring parking to proceed, if an agreement to use nearby parking can be reached with other owners. These […]
You don’t often find truly spectacular sites to market. I see great homes and great properties weekly, but once in a while you’re lucky enough to represent something truly rare and unique. At the end of Glenwood Road, the point of property
offers a spectacular view. With around 1800 feet on the […]
Trees do add value and preserving that value is a big part of smart development. Perdue University and, I’m sure, a number of other sources are considering methods to add value, based on the presence of trees on a site or near a site. Some of the trees you see are exceptional specimens. As […]
Few parcels are left with truly virgin oaks, high elevation and in the heart of Amelia Island. Near schools, greenway and just over 1 mile to the beach….many possibilities.
Owner may finance, be interested in building on a part of the land or building a home as down-payment. We believe 5 or 6 lots […]
Located just over a mile away from the nearest beach access, on high elevation, with exceptional trees, including oak, cedar, magnolia, hickory and others, this is some of the prettiest “high canopy” land left on Amelia Island. The plat map was a “proposed” version of the subdivision back in 2006. We ended the project before […]
After listening to a presentation by the Northeast Florida Land Trust, a group dedicated to acquiring land and conservation easements to further preservation, I left with a thought. Could we use a program, like iTree, to value canopy and offer individual specimin tree conservation easements for developers, as a way to preserve larger trees, while […]