WILDLIGHT, FL – Dec. 20, 2017 – Today, Wildlight, the new town under development in Nassau County, announced the opening of its StoryCenter, the construction of D.S. Ware’s first model home and the selection of CCMC as its community management company.
WILDLIGHT, FL – October 26, 2017 – Wildlight, the new town under development in Nassau County, is proud to announce AT&T as its first technology provider.
Florida lowcountry architecture of homes in neighborhoods at Wildlight evoke the outdoors, inviting houses, building community and front porch living.
RAYDIENT AND THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ANNOUNCE STRATEGIC ALLIANCE TO CREATE A NATIONAL MODEL FOR HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES IN NASSAU COUNTY
WILDLIGHT, FL – August 31, 2017 – Today, Raydient Places + Properties and the University of Florida announced their intent to join together to develop a national model for healthier communities at Wildlight,
WILDLIGHT, FL – July 25, 2017 – Today, Jacksonville-based Dream Finders Homes (Dream Finders) announced that it has been named a residential homebuilder for Wildlight, a new town being developed in Nassau County. In the coming months, Dream Finders will work with Wildlight to bring the community’s distinctive Florida Lowcountry “FLOCO” culture to life through homes and neighborhoods.
WILDLIGHT, FL – July 11, 2017 – Today, D.S. Ware Homes (D.S. Ware) announced that it has been selected as one of the residential homebuilders for Wildlight, a new town being developed in Nassau County. “D.S. Ware is excited to be named one of the first residential homebuilders in Wildlight,” said Tony Raso, President, D.S. Ware. “As a Northeast Florida homebuilder, we see a high potential for growth in this area and we look forward to working with Wildlight to bring its neighborhoods and homes to life.”
Heading over to a festival is one of the (many) ways we enjoy going out, getting together and having a good time in the Florida Lowcountry.
Alligator meat tastes like chicken; we recommend buying the meat locally rather than wrestling it down yourself.
Yup, it's official: adults need recess as much as kids do!