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A look at the Starkey Ranch Welcome Center

Site work has begun on our Welcome Center, which is slated to open in early Spring of 2015. The architectural style is “Ranch Modern,” inspired by the past, but built for the future—just like Starkey Ranch.

Making the most of our "cold snap"

With the weather getting cooler, now is the perfect time to take advantage of the scenic Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Preserve and all of the exciting outdoor pursuits it has to offer.

Paving the way at Starkey Ranch

As you can see from this footage, we are well into paving the main roads of our community. Stay tuned for more video updates on our progress!

A view from the above

As you can see, Starkey Ranch is really taking shape. In the latest aerial shot, you can clearly see progress along Heart Pine Avenue, the main entrance from SR 54 that leads past the Welcome Center site into Whitfield Park, our first residential neighborhood.

Benefits of a CDD

Starkey Ranch is envisioned to be a beautiful, well-maintained community not only when it opens but for years to come.

The Community Takes Shape

In this recent aerial photograph, you can now visualize Heart Pine Avenue which will lead from the intersection of SR 54 and Trinity Boulevard at bottom, north into our first neighborhood, Whitfield Park.

P4 Agreement Takes Second in Annual Future of the Region Awards

Tampa, Fla. – In December 2013, Pasco County, the District School Board of Pasco County and Wheelock Communities approved a public-public-public-private partnership (P4) to design, construct, operate and maintain Starkey Ranch District Park, the first combined park, school, library and theatre complex in Florida.

Meet the team behind Starkey Ranch

About Wheelock Communities Starkey Ranch is being developed by Wheelock Communities, the master-planned development arm of Wheelock Street Capital.