The Charlotte County Board of Commissioners gave the green light Tuesday to several more developments in Punta Gorda.
A developer’s preliminary plat plan was unanimously approved for a subdivision near the Creekside neighborhood off Taylor Road. Called The Bend at Alligator Creek, the development will consist of 89 single-family lots and seven tracts on 26.22 acres.
The parcel is north of Acline Road, southwest of Taylor Road and west of Indian Springs Cemetery Road, within the Punta Gorda area.
The board also unanimously gave final site plan approval to developments along Burnt Store Road.
Turnleaf Phase I, planned for 13250 and 13280 Burnt Store Road, consists of single-family detached, single-family attached and multifamily units, totaling 483, and calls for supporting utility, roadway and surface water management infrastructure. The project site encompasses a little more than 295 acres.
The Heritage Landing communities also received final site plan approval.
For Heritage Landing Little Pod A’s project, approval was given to build seven, four-unit coach homes, for a total of 28 units. They will be on 4.43 acres on the development’s 890.74-acre site south of Heritage Landing Boulevard and northwest of Burnt Store Road.
Heritage Landing’s Phase II-B-3 North also received approval for additional units. The current density of this 6.8-acre section of the development is 46 units, but it was approved for an additional 76 multifamily units, for a total of 122 units. This project site is at 14200 Heritage Landing Blvd. in Punta Gorda.
The total density for Phase II B included 174 single-family units and 213 multifamily units. Phase II-B was broken into four phases—IIB-1, IIB-2, IIB-3 South and IIB-3 North, the latter of which just received approval for additional units.