Developer Wants to Grow Southern Pines Condominium Plan into a Single-Family Home Community
The Company Wants To Rezone the Development and Decrease the Original Number of Condos Planned
BROOKSVILLE – DIX Developments is seeking rezoning of property at Southern Pines to single-family, and has requested an amendment to Hernando County’s master plan that would add 169 single-family homes to the existing 32 condominiums.
The gated 37-acre Southern Pines community currently has 32 completed condominium units in two buildings, and a 7,000-square-foot clubhouse with indoor and outdoor pools, according to James Dicks, president of DIX Development LLC. He said the rezoning would decrease the original plan by 55 dwelling units.
“We’ve spent the past four months reviewing the feasibility of the existing project,” Dicks said. “Brooksville is a great market right now with interest that’s growing every day. We believe that creating a single-family community will generate value for all businesses and residents in the area.”
Dicks, who named CPH as the civil engineering firm in charge of the plan, said the project will create many jobs and subcontractor opportunities while boosting the local economy.
“Now that we own the property, we will ask for an amendment to the existing planned development. We’re excited and look forward to delivering a value-added project to this area.”
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About DIX Developments LLC
DIX Developments – an award-winning firm that focuses on land acquisition, real estate development and investment – has been developing Central Florida real estate for seven generations with creative vision, acquisition strategy, expert due diligence, and superior results.