Home design commencing to just take off east of I-75 in Sarasota

The sound of hammers and development crews have turn into ever more common east of Interstate 75 in Sarasota County, where once only cows and crops and a human, below and there, named home right before.

East of I-75. The barrier in between rural and urban. Cows and crop land vs. espresso stores and congestion.

Citizens of that area have fought through the a long time to “Hold the State, Place,” generally pointing to the concrete barrier of the interstate as the issue of demarcation environment their lifestyle aside.

Utilities are being installed along new roads in Skye Ranch. Skye Ranch is a new residential development on Lorraine Rd., which has been extended south of Clark Rd. in Sarasota, Florida. When built out, the 1,000 acre community will consist of 1,200 single family homes and 360 townhomes.

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But with developments like Lakewood Ranch’s Waterside Place, Skye Ranch and eventually the Hi Hat Ranch growth, that city/rural boundary has demonstrated to be as powerful as France’s Maginot Line at stopping the German advance.

Thousands of residences are planned, new streets will crisscross former cattle pastures and retail will follow at the rear of the home development, reworking the rural landscape into a suburban space.