A new 65-lot residential subdivision may be coming to Beulah soon, according to documents filed with Escambia County.
An application for the project was approved by Escambia County’s Development Review Committee on Sept. 12. A timeline for the development’s groundbreaking and completion are not yet available.
Here’s what we know about the incoming residential subdivision.
The Seminole Bend project will construct about 65 new residential lots across more than 36 acres of land.
The type of homes that will be constructed on the lots could not be confirmed at the time of writing, but the set-up of the site plans filed with Escambia County’s Development Review Board suggests that townhomes might be built in Seminole Bend.
Seminole Bend will be located off of Beulah Road near Eleral Drive once its construction is completed. A specific address for the subdivision has not yet been created, but the address used currently for the project’s development orders is Beulah Road.
Two new roads constructed for Seminole Bend will connect the split neighborhood, as well as connect the subdivision to Beulah Road. Both roads will end in a cul-de-sac on the separate ends of the subdivision.
Once completed, the subdivision will be zoned for Kingsfield Elementary School, Beulah Middle School and Tate High School.
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The owner of the Seminole Bend development is Village Oaks LLC, according to documents filed with Escambia County.
The owners of the project purchased the land for $495,000 in August 2021 according to the Escambia County Property Appraiser’s website.
Seminole Bend’s developer will be Maronda Homes LLC, according to a preliminary site plan for the project. Hammond Engineering, a Pensacola company, is the engineer of record for the project, according to the same document.