August 21, 2014

Environment

Keeping Nature in Mind

Charlotte Crane | 3/1/2006

Centerville partners Jon Kohler and Hurley Booth want to make their 975-acre community in northeast Leon County a role model in preserving nature. The project will provide 200 homesites while maintaining a 70% ratio of open space. As road-building began in mid-January, 120 lots had sold at an average of $250,000 each.

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