Watersound Town Center plans to offer 200,000 square feet of retail and office space located within the heart of a thriving South Walton community. Enjoy high visibility from US Highway 98, direct access to a Scenic Highway 30A connector road, proximity to three schools (Dune Lakes Elementary, Magnet Innovation Center, and Ohana Institute), Sacred Heart medical offices, and a Publix grocery store. A multi-use path along Watersound Parkway connects 30-A to the Town Center, nestled among a bustling neighborhood with high commuter visibility and quick access for the millions who visit South Walton beaches each year.
Watersound Town Center has plans to offer retail, restaurant, and office space with ground and 2nd-floor options. Watersound Town Center serves three distinct areas: the Watersound Origins® community ‐ where residents can ride their golf carts or bikes to the Town Center, commuters on US Highway 98, and homeowners and visitors along Scenic Highway 30A.
The Watersound Origins community currently has more than 550 homes with an average sales price of $715,000. The recently constructed Watersound® Origins Crossings adds 217 luxury apartment options with additional plans for 64 townhomes to the community. Long term growth plans for a total of 7,500 homes to the Watersound Origins area.
Access Scenic Highway 30A via Watersound Parkway (a scenic 1.5 mile drive lined with a multi-use path and a planned public sculpture trail). Visitors to South Walton's beaches added $5.3 billion to the local economy in 2020. Two nationally-renowned New Urbanist communities, Rosemary Beach and Alys Beach, are located here along the eastern end of Scenic Highway 30-A.
More than 4 million people visited Walton County last year, and more than 16 million visited Panama City Beach. Commuters on US Highway 98 have safe access to the Town Center, and all shops and retail will enjoy high visibility from consistent road travel. At Watersound Town Center, your business is at the center of it all.
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