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WILDLIGHT, Fla.—July 16, 2024—Wildlight, a master-planned mixed-use development in Nassau County, today announced its newest Town District neighborhood, Westerly Park. The community’s westernmost neighborhood will feature a new amenity center available to all Wildlight residential association members. David Weekley Homes and Pulte Homes have been selected as the residential homebuilders.

Westerly Park will offer fresh home designs alongside a recreational facility designed to welcome Wildlight families for outdoor entertainment. An open-air pavilion will overlook a family-sized pool adjoining a six-lane lap pool, nestled beside a playground and picnic area. Spacious lawns will further enhance the gathering space, set for resident access by spring 2026. The neighborhood offers close proximity to Wildlight Elementary School and the YMCA at Wildlight.

New to Wildlight, David Weekley Homes will add a mix of townhomes and duplexes situated on 20- to 35-foot homesites, with an expected delivery date of fall 2025. Pulte Homes will present thoughtfully designed floor plans on 50- to 60-foot homesites reflecting Wildlight’s lowcountry aesthetic and is slated to break ground this fall.

“We’re excited to introduce Westerly Park and our plans for a new amenity center, adding to the vibrancy of the Town District,” said Wes Hinton, vice president of Wildlight. “By teaming up with respected builders David Weekley Homes and Pulte Homes, we’re blending exceptional home offerings with top-tier amenities to enhance the Wildlight community.”

More than four years after plans were announced, Wawa is open in the master-planned Wildlight community in Nassau County.

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Huey Magoo’s – the “Filet Mignon Of Chicken” – is proud to celebrate its newest franchise store now open in Yulee, Florida, President and CEO Andy Howard announces today.

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The initial phase of Wildlight, a long-term development project, is well underway. This spring, Nassau County approved the next phase of Wildlight, which is planned to span several decades. The immediate objectives for this phase include much-needed infrastructure improvements, the provision of land for civic facilities such as parks and schools, and creating public access to nature.

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