A new massive surfer wave park is being proposed for New Smyrna Beach. A potential opening in 2022 is scheduled for the park to be located at the southwest corner of State Road 44 and I-95 behind the Racetrac convenience store.
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New Smyrna Beach’s City Commission OKs two new developments Tuesday night – the first being a 253 unit apartment complex on the southwest corner of Glencoe Road and State Road 44; and the second being a new 745 lot subdivision known as Shell Point Colony which will be located being Venetian Bay and I-95.
According to the Daytona Beach News Journal, one commissioner at the start of the meeting “proposed a four-month moratorium on development at State Road 44.” Whether that will be a topic in an upcoming meeting is yet to be seen.
Is New Smyrna growing too fast?
The link below contains a copy of the proposed development plans obtained from the County of Volusia for the Dollar General store on State Road 44 in the Samsula/New Smyrna Beach area.
Please keep checking back for updates on any future public meetings and/or hearings that will be held with the County of Volusia.
The County of Volusia’s Development Review Committee will be discussing plans for a new Dollar General store near the State Road 44 and SR 415 (Tomoka Farms Road) intersection in the Samsula/New Smyrna Beach area on November 15, 2017 at 9:00am.
Two items are on the DRC agenda for the proposed aforementioned development (https://www.volusia.org/core/fileparse.php/5888/urlt/111517StaffReviewAgenda.pdf)
The first being an overall development plan to divide the subject 11.4 acre parcel into a two lot commercial development (2018-S-ODP-0025).
The second item up for the DRC’s review and discussion is a 9,100 square foot retail building (Dollar General) on 1.54 acres of the 11.4 acre parcel (2018-F-FSP-0023).
I sent an email to the County’s planning department inquiring if plans are available for review but have yet to hear back. An aerial photo of the proposed location is above.
With the City of New Smyrna Beach expanding further west, what are your thoughts on new commercial development in the rural Samsula community?
UPDATE – November 6, 2017
A copy of a survey was obtained from the County of Volusia showing the proposed location just west of the existing gas station on State Road 44.
A copy of which can be viewed at: Dollar General Survey
When someone mentions new development in New Smyrna Beach, you hear two arguments for AND against… But it will bring new jobs is what they say and that is the top positive in many minds. On the opposite end of the spectrum are those New Smyrna Beach residents who have watched their City expand with new development – a new Walmart here, car dealership there, hotel and condos lining the beachside area, etc. The once quaint beach town now has the look of a future Dunlawton Blvd in Port Orange or Granada Blvd in Ormond Beach.
Real estate developer Geosam Capital is proposing just that – more development: both residential and commercial. According to the Hometown News article from Friday, January 13, 2017, the “shopping center planned for the intersection of State Road 44 and Interstate 95 could rival the size of the recently opened Tanger Factory Outlet Center in Daytona Beach.”
The City of New Smyrna Beach is experiencing an influx of new commercial development concentrated on the State Road 44 corridor. With the addition of the New Smyrna Beach Chevy and Ford dealership, construction is also underway for the Dodge/Chrysler dealership as well as a Verizon Wireless retail store recently opening at the Timberlane/SR44 intersection.
According to the City of New Smyrna Beach’s January 2017 Development Activity Report, a permit was issued in November for a new Autozone car parts store; a new Circle K gas station at the Glencoe Road/SR 44 intersection where “Buddy World” was located; and a meeting to discuss a RaceTrac fuel station across from Walmart.
Other interesting development news includes a meeting being held for a proposed Hyatt Place hotel in the prior Outback Steakhouse plaza.
The future is bright for the New Smyrna Beach area and it’s no surprise the appeal for current and future residents! Call me today for any of your real estate needs – Susan Logan, Realtor with Monahan & Associates Real Estate. (386) 428-5550 or Susan@SamsulaRealEstate.com
Additional information available at http://newsmyrnabeachfl.iqm2.com/Citizens/FileOpen.aspx?Type=14&ID=1068&Inline=True
The long awaited Williamson Boulevard extension is now open and can be accessed directly from Pioneer Trail in New Smyrna Beach. This now paves the way for the ICI to begin their new planned community to be known as Woodhaven. The Woodhaven “plans call for some 1,300 homes and 400 apartment-townhouse units on 762 acres west of Interstate 95 and straddling 2.6 miles of Williamson between Airport Road and Pioneer Trail” and will also include a grocery store, pharmacy, and other retail shops per the Daytona Beach News-Journal.
Williamson Blvd now extends from Ormond Beach to New Smyrna Beach with plans to eventually expand to State Road 44, then to Edgewater, and eventually down to Osteen connecting to State Road 415.