Southwest Florida (January 2, 2015) – The Concession, an exclusive, gated golf-course community located between Sarasota and Manatee counties, sold 55 homesites in 2014, an increase of over 70 percent compared to the 32 sales in 2013.
“We attribute our huge sales success in 2014 to several factors, including a robust luxury real estate market that continues to recover, the re-establishment of a ‘model row’ with five stunning new models from the region’s best builders, plus our ideal location between Sarasota and Manatee counties,” said Mark Bruce, director of sales at The Concession Real Estate Company.
Total sales volume equaled $13,959,000 last year with an average homesite sales price of $253,800.
“Our results are a clear testament to the strength of the luxury, custom-home real estate market in southwest Florida. Coupled with The Concession’s desirable location and award-winning golf club, our home and lot packages are attracting both local and nationwide buyers,” said Bruce.
The Concession features the area's top builders including Anchor Builders, Arthur Rutenberg Homes, Emerald Homes, John Cannon Homes, Johnson Homes, Lee Wetherington Homes, Neal Signature Homes and Rinehart Homes. Secluded natural homesites present Florida living like no other Southwest Florida community. Pricing for homesites start in the mid $200s with home and lot packages from $1 million.
About The Concession:
The Concession is a luxury gated community with one-half acre to over one acre single-family estate home sites featuring lake and preserve views, all located within 1,232 acres of pristine old Florida land, covered with centuries old Live Oak trees, towering pines and protected wetlands. A true world-class golf community, The Concession is located adjacent to the Concession Golf Club with a Jack Nicklaus signature golf course co-designed in association with Tony Jacklin, The Concession is a one of its kind community on Florida’s Gulf Coast developed by Core Development Incorporated and Property Markets Group. The Concession is located on the border of Sarasota and Manatee counties, just six miles east of 1-75 at University Parkway and Bourneside Avenue.