Our North Florida division is the first to debut Del Webb’s brand new GenYou home designs at their new community in Ponte Vedra: Del Webb Nocatee. As every division knows, it is no small task getting a new community ready to open, and the punch list is even longer when you’re unveiling seven first-in-the-nation model homes, and a sales center and design studio for a community that will grow to include over 850 homesites and a 20,000 square foot clubhouse.

Check out this video of the grand opening that attracted over 1,300 attendees. Sunny weather, lots of food, live music and plenty of golf carts set the stage for a successful event, as guests took plenty of time touring the decorated model homes and learning more about the signature Del Webb lifestyle. As a result, they had sold 17 homes by the end of the day. Way to go, North Florida team!

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