Minto Communities is introducing a grand new vision for active adult living with the company’s newest 55+ resort-style community — the largest
residential community ever to be built in Daytona Beach. Construction of
the sales center is underway and scheduled for completion in fall 2017,
and furnished model homes are planned to open early in 2018.
Located at I- 95 and LPGA Boulevard, this exciting new community will include more than 6,000 homes at build-out. The social hub of this golf-cart
friendly community is the Town Center featuring distinctive buildings for
Arts & Learning with craft rooms and workshop; Fitness & Wellness with
gym, aerobics studio, spinning room and indoor lap pool; Social Block
with restaurants, pub, and courtyard for alfresco dining; and the Grand
Hall for theater, dances, and banquets. All surround the Town Square with
bandstand, shaded seating, and outdoor dance floor. The Town Center
will also include recreational amenities such as a resort pool with beach
entry, cabanas and a tiki bar, as well as tennis and pickleball courts. Best
of all, residents will enjoy a private, oceanfront Beach Club on the Atlantic
Ocean with shuttle service directly from the community.
This new Minto community is located across from LPGA International with
two signature golf courses by Rees Jones and Arthur Hills, and just a few
miles from the Florida Tennis Center with 24 soft clay courts. Daytona
Beach International Airport, world-famous beaches, Daytona International Speedway, the new One Daytona entertainment, dining and shopping
destination, Tanger Outlet Mall,
and Florida Hospital Memorial
Medical Center are all located
just minutes away via I- 95.
According to Minto Senior
Vice President William Bullock,
“Minto is very excited to provide our future residents with a
wide variety of lifestyle enhancing activities and amenities at a
very attractive price point.” For
information, call (844) 647-3795
or visit mintofla.com.
Minto Brings New Vision for
Active Adult Living to Daytona Beach
Minto Communities has started construction on the 7,300 square-foot sales center
for the largest residential community ever
to be built in Daytona Beach, located at
LPGA Blvd. and Interstate 95.
THEN: The Boardwalk at
Daytona Beach in the 1950s.
Photo courtesy of the Halifax
Historical Society Museum,
Daytona Beach, FL.
NOW: The Boardwalk at
Daytona Beach as it is today.
Photo courtesy of Consolidated-Tomoka Land Co.