Friday, July 20, 2007


With so much controversy the Town of Ave Maria, Florida has had its first residents move in and is now opening it's doors to the public with TownFest Open House on Saturday, July 21st. Visitors can view the first stage of the town center, model homes and the university.

The town of Ave Maria, with the nation's first major Catholic university in four decades, was the dream of Domino's Pizza founder, Tom Monaghan and with the partnership of the Barron Collier Companies his dream has come true. The town will not only consist of the university but also will incorporate retail, commercial space, housing and public schools.

Ave Maria, Florida is located 30 miles east of Naples, Florida with an expected population of around 30,000 people within this 5,000 acre, master planned community. Approximately 8,000 homes will be built by Pulte Homes, DiVosta Homes and Del Webb with prices ranging from $200,000 to $400,000. Additionally the town will offer various recreational areas for the residents, which will include a community center, parks, water park, fitness center, tennis center and golf course.

What a great new addition to Southwest Florida!

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