The Agricola property is comprised of 3,100 acres of timberland in Clay County, Florida at the intersection of US Hwy 17 and Leno Road. As a direct response to the sprawling development around the Jacksonville area, the Agricola family asked Town Planning and Urban Design Collaborative to provide an alternative approach that supports a more sustainable lifestyle and development pattern. We plan to provide a variety of uses, housing types, and a network of context-sensitive thoroughfares. We are exploring ideas around Agri-hoods, native landscaping, sustainable stormwater, conservation, and partnering with local universities.

Our public design charrette was held April 2-6th in Clay County. Please visit our charrette tab to learn what was discussed and view a copy of the presentation. If you missed the charrette or want to continue exploring ideas with us, we are welcoming all feedback in our forums tab.

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    Cornerstones of Development
    During our first visioning sessions, the family and design team identified four cornerstones of development that will lead our process, inform decision making, and measure success:

    • Legacy for the Future
    • Sustainable
    • Thoughtful Context Sensitive Solutions in keeping with Rural Character
    • Employment Opportunities

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