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Updated: 12/10/2017 03:57:49PM

Visions coming into focus

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This rendering is what developers envision on property along the waterfront in Charlotte Harbor.

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This rendering pictures a portion of a resort with the state's largest swimming pool that developers envision on 22 acres of property along the waterfront in Charlotte Harbor.

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Developers plan a resort on 22 acres of property along the waterfront in Charlotte Harbor that will include a marina and the state's largst swimming pool.

Donald Schrotenboer

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The developer proposing a Murdock Village entertainment district, anchored by a towering water park, includes team members also involved in creating Universal’s Volcano Bay, which opened in May. The state-of-the-art water park in Orlando features a 200-foot-tall volcano that has waterfalls during the day and lava flows at night, as well as waterproof wristbands that make cashless payments and replace the need for locker keys.

Aerial photo of Charlotte Harbor area from Bayshore Live Oaks Park looking south east.


Photo by Tom O'Neill


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The developer proposing a Murdock Village entertainment district, anchored by a towering water park, includes team members also involved in creating Universal’s Volcano Bay, which opened in May. The state-of-the-art water park in Orlando features a 200-foot-tall volcano that has waterfalls during the day and lava flows at night, as well as waterproof wristbands that make cashless payments and replace the need for locker keys.

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Rendering of the Babcock Neighborhood School, opening next fall.

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Rendering of the Town Square at Babcock Ranch

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By GARY ROBERTS

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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA — A wide spectrum of mega-projects is changing the local landscape, promising jobs, housing, family entertainment and economic vitality.

In just the last year, five huge ventures have taken root or gained new momentum in Charlotte County and North Port, ready to deliver the kind of seismic transformation that answers long-term needs.

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