Babcock Ranch Unveils New MidTown Neighborhood

The new MidTown neighborhood is officially open in Babcock Ranch, as the master-planned community just unveiled what is sure to become another major draw for the nation’s first solar powered town. MidTown is the latest addition to Babcock Ranch, with plans calling for new neighborhoods, along with a linear trail that connects to a half-dozen new parks, play fields, event lawns, and playgrounds.

Some of the first parks should be finished early next year, with all of the new parks expected to be open by mid 2025. As for some of the new residential offerings in Babcock Ranch, potential buyers will be able to select from single-family homes, twin villas, or one-story townhomes in Midtown.

The neighborhoods of MidTown include more than 50 different floorplans, with one-story and some two-story possibilities. Crescent Lakes is a new gated community that’s part of the MidTown phase of Babcock Ranch.

Gated Crescent Lakes provides for single-family homes with access to a private amenity center, featuring pickleball courts, a swimming pool and cabana, as well as a sports court. Verde is another gated community in MidTown with space for hundreds of new single-family homes and private amenities of its own. 

Gated Palmetto Landing is coming soon to MidTown, as well, with close to 500 new, single-family homes and villas planned. Exclusive amenities coming to Palmetto Landing include a bocce ball court, a splashpad, and a community swimming pool.

Eventually, Babcock Ranch plans to have upwards of 19,000 residences and millions of square feet of commercial space. The massive, 18,000-acre community already has thousands of completed homes.

It also boasts a neighborhood market and co-working space in popular Founder’s Square, as well as retailers and conveniences, neighborhood schools, parks and a trail system, and the opportunity to go canoeing or kayaking out on Lake Babcock. In addition, you’ll find community gardens, golf, and plenty of exclusive, resident-only amenities.

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