Some 10,000 homes — many selling for $1 million or more — soon could stand in a vast stretch of once-rural Palm Beach County.
About 7,000 of those have already been built, and the rest are in the pipeline on the 21,000 acres known as the Agricultural Reserve.
The reserve, a territory with special development rules, stretches between Florida's Turnpike and the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, spanning unincorporated areas west of Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach and Lake Worth.
Most of the homes are the work of home-building giant GL Homes of Sunrise, which sees the reserve as an answer to the growing demand for new homes by affluent families and active retirees in a county where buildable land is disappearing.
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