PHOTO COURTESY CITY OF DELAND TRINITY GARDENS — The area for the proposed Trinity Gardens planned development includes the area inside the light green lines and the three parcels inside the light blue lines. The two parcels in light blue will need to be annexed into the City of DeLand to be included in the development plan.

The DeLand Planning Board will discuss Trinity Gardens, a newly proposed housing development on the city’s southeast side at 5 p.m. tonight, Dec. 15.

The development, called Trinity Gardens, is a 183.92-acre proposed development that would be located at 791 S. Blue Lake Ave., north of the planned extension to East Beresford Avenue. The project would span from Blue Lake Avenue east to South Kepler Road.

Initial planning documents for the development call for the construction of 425 single-family homes and 118 town homes. The single-family homes would include 330 units on 50-foot-wide lots and 95 units on 60-foot-wide lots.

The DeLand Planning Board will discuss Trinity Gardens, a newly proposed housing development at 5 p.m. tonight, Dec. 15.

The development, called Trinity Gardens, is a 183.92-acre proposed development that would be located at 791 S. Blue Lake Ave., north of the planned extension to East Beresford Avenue. The project would span from Blue Lake Avenue east to South Kepler Road.

Initial planning documents for the development call for the construction of 425 single-family homes and 118 town homes. The single-family homes would include 330 units on 50-foot-wide lots and 95 units on 60-foot-wide lots.

The land is owned by the Stewart family. Tom Stewart once owned the land the Victoria Park development is now built on.

The request to rezone the area to a PD, or planned development, comes from applicant Hanover Land Company LLC., represented by attorney Michael Woods of Cobb Cole. The company is also requesting the annexation of three parcels totaling roughly 64 acres to complete Trinity Gardens’ acreage. One parcel is near South Kepler Road while the other two rest along South Blue Lake Avenue.

For more information about the Trinity Gardens proposal, visit the City of DeLand’s website to view the Planning Board agenda, HERE

The Planning Board will discuss Trinity Gardens and various other topics beginning at 5 p.m. today, Dec. 15, in the City Commission Chambers at DeLand City Hall, 120 S. Florida Ave.

All meetings are open to the public and can be listened to online, HERE.

Keep your eyes on The Beacon for an update on what the Planning Board decides to do with the new DeLand development.

For more information about the Trinity Gardens proposal, visit the City of DeLand’s website to view the Planning Board agenda, HERE

The Planning Board will discuss Trinity Gardens and various other topics beginning at 5 p.m. today, Dec. 15, in the City Commission Chambers at DeLand City Hall, 120 S. Florida Ave.

All meetings are open to the public and can be listened to online, HERE.

Keep your eyes on The Beacon for an update on what the Planning Board decides to do with the new DeLand development.

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