24 acres located within the "The Wekiva Parkway Interchange Vision Plan"-just 2.5 miles from the new 429 Toll Road and the new Publix. From City of Apopka: "Village Center Overlay District The primary intent of this zone is to create a safe, vibrant and pedestrian-oriented village center that can support a variety of residential, retail, commercial, office and entertainment uses. This zone will include the most compact development within the Regulating Plan area, with buildings that create a continuous street faade. The Village Center is the heart of the Interchange Study area and shall reflect a Traditional Neighborhood design and shall incorporate Transit Oriented Design principles. Ground-floor commercial uses shall be required to contribute positively to a pedestrian-friendly environment. Parking shall be located in the interior or rear of the block and may be supplemented with on-street parking, where appropriate. Horizontal mixed-uses shall be allowed, but vertical mixed-uses are preferred. Stand-alone commercial or residential buildings shall be allowed if they are designed to conform to the urban form designated for this area. Open space within the Village Center character zone shall be provided in the form of public plazas, squares, and small park spaces that are urban in character. A stormwater master plan shall accommodate storage of stormwater runoff from parcels to allow for higher densities and intensities of development. Stormwater ponds and facilities within the Village Center character zone shall be incorporated into the overall landscape and open space system of the Village Center and shall be designed and constructed as focal points and amenity areas for Village Center users. The regulating plan shows Village Center character zones around the two major intersection nodes: Golden Gem Road/Kelly Park Road, and Plymouth Sorrento Road/Kelly Park Road. Each Village Center is intended to include a Village Core, which allows the same type of development as the Village Center but at higher density/ intensity. The character zone allows development in a campus-like environment for a variety of office, industrial (clean industry), and large institutional uses (hospitals, educational facilities) For more info go to: https://library.municode.com/fl/apopka/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=PTIIILADECO_APXAMIUSKEPAINIFOSECO"