Why Poinciana 2018-06-27T19:37:54+00:00

Why Poinciana?

It’s about Family!

The community is located within a few minutes drive to Lake Marion, a beautiful, tranquil slice of natural Florida where the busy world of traffic, work, and modern life drift away. Whether you enjoy fishing, boating, a book by the lake or sunset and a drink at Frankie’s, it’s the Florida lifestyle that we all dream of.

Close by, you can also enjoy the Village 7 Poinciana Community Park complete with a pavilion and several sporting fields including football, basketball, soccer, baseball, cricket and volleyball. Let the kids jump for joy on the playground equipment while the dogs run in the dog park. It’s all about family time and having a bit of down time in a busy life. Poinciana is one of the fastest growing areas in Central Florida!

Living just far enough from the hustle and bustle of Orlando, minutes from beautiful Lake Marion in a park like preserve, plenty of space for the whole family, and resort amenities help make a busy life more enjoyable with a large clubhouse, fitness center, hot tub, large resort pool, kids splash pad, basketball and tennis courts and a dog park.

It is more than a home, it’s your life. We manage the details so that you can focus on living well!

Recent Developments in poinciana

Poinciana Parkway Extension / I-4 Connector Expressway

Poinciana Parkway Extension / I-4 Connector Expressway generally begins at the southern terminus of the existing Poinciana Parkway at Cypress Parkway, extends along the existing Poinciana Parkway alignment to the Osceola / Polk County line and then extends in a general north / northwest direction to connect with Interstate-4 (I-4). The goals of this proposed new limited-access facility include improving the roadway connection from I-4 to the greater Poinciana area, enhancing mobility of the area’s growing population and economy, relieving congestion on local roads, providing for the incorporation of transit options, and promoting regional connectivity.

Poinciana Parkway will improve access to and from the Poinciana community, and alleviate congestion on existing corridors. Traffic volume is slated to be as many as 10,700 vehicles a day by 2020. Poinciana Parkway will feature all electronic tolling for the greatest customer convenience and traffic flow efficiency.

SunRail has arrived in Poinciana. Close to the intersection of Orange Blossom Trail and Poinciana Boulevard, the SunRail station at Poinciana serves one of the fastest growing employment centers in Central Florida with over 1600 current workers at the 1,200 acre park and major expansion planned for the future. The SunRail station includes a park and ride lot with bus drop off area. The entire Phase 2 South expansion project is a 17.2-mile segment that will feature four additional stations to the existing rail system.

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