Avalon Park — A Place to Live, Learn, Work and Play

When families are looking for a new place to call home, they want a community where there is plenty to do. And, that’s why Avalon Park West in Wesley Chapel is one of Pasco’s most in-demand places to live. Things for families to do typically begin with amenities provided by the developer, and few communities offer the recreational activities found at Avalon Park West for residents of all … [Read more...]

Over 700 Homes Sold In Avalon Park West

Avex Homes and Beazer Homes are the exclusive builders in Avalon Park West, a 1,650-acre master-planned community in Wesley Chapel, located 7.5 miles east of I-75 on State Road 54. “We have built over 500 homes in the past five years, and 200 more are under contract,” said Stephanie Lerret, senior vice president of marketing and community relations for Avalon Park Group. “It is very rewarding … [Read more...]

Live In Avalon Park West — Wesley Chapel’s New Downtown

When families are looking for a new place to call home, they have several master-planned communities to choose from in Pasco County. But, there’s none quite like Avalon Park West in Wesley Chapel. “We are not just developers— we are building a brand new town,” said Stephanie Lerret, senior vice president of marketing and community relations for the Avalon Park Group. “We’re so much more than just … [Read more...]

Residential building momentum in Pasco

Motorists cruising on major corridors see bulldozers stirring up dirt on open pasture land or crews in hard hats pounding nails into houses, frame by frame. Billboards are inescapable. They fill the rights of way in clusters along State Road 54, State Road 56 and U.S. 41. They call out to passersby — inviting prospective homebuyers to seek out the newest in luxury living. Long Lake … [Read more...]

Homebuilders want compromise on potential ban of feather signs

Pasco County has strict ordinances against temporary signs, but the proliferation of tall advertising flags known as “feather signs” has some county commissioners looking to make those ordinances even more restrictive. However, Pasco County commissioners said they would wait at least long enough for the homebuilding community to weigh in — an industry that heavily depends on such temporary … [Read more...]