Site Plan

Markland's site plan is divided into distinct building phases with space for over 300 homes by the end of phase 2. Also included are endless amenities including a gatehouse staff at the entry, an elegant clubhouse, (2) 15-acre lakes, a resort pool with cabanas, fitness center, tennis, neighborhood and dog parks, event lawns and more.


St. Johns County

St. Johns County is growing rapidly, with new restaurants, shops and developments opening up every day. In fact, it is actually the second-fastest developing county in the state. It's also one of the top school districts in the nation, with many "A" rated schools in the area. But it’s not just about expansion—St. Johns County is also doing its part for the environment. The newer communities place an emphasis on energy efficiency and reduced waste. Schools in the county even have an energy efficiency outreach program to teach students to be more conscientious about environment.

Community Events

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Fourth of July

Markland Luau

About the Developer

Markland is being developed by Hines, one of the most prolific and prestigious real estate firms in the world. Founded by Gerald Hines in 1957, and still run by Mr. Hines and his son Jeff today, the firm remains a family business with the belief that projects of superior quality and architectural merit create lasting value for the communities where they reside.

The Hines local team has been active in the Jacksonville and St. Augustine markets since the late 1990’s with the inception of Palencia, a 2,400 acre award winning master planned community in St. Johns County. Firm wide, Hines has completed 890 real estate development projects with over 278 million square feet of buildings and 13,000 acres of residential and mixed use land developed.

 

CDD

Community Development Districts represent a major advancement in Florida’s effort to manage its growth effectively and efficiently. This allows a community to establish higher construction standards, meanwhile providing a long-term solution to the operation and maintenance of the community’s facilities.
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