Ormond Crossings is the product of a partnership between the City of Ormond Beach, Volusia County, and Tomoka Holdings that envision an innovative live/work planned community, featuring a state-of-the-art business park, lifestyle town center, and a variety of residential neighborhoods. Download the Ormond Crossings Flyer for a quick overview.
This 3,000-acre tract of undeveloped land is located along the east and west side of I-95 and south of US-1 within Volusia and Flagler counties. The project site is adjacent to the Ormond Beach Municipal Airport and is bisected diagonally by Florida East Coast Railroad, which has existing siding along the property. Because of its proximity to these major transportation links, the site is an ideal location for all types of industrial and commercial uses. The City and Tomoka Holdings worked together on the planning, land use approvals and permitting.
Land Use Plan
Ormond Crossings is divided into the following Planned Mixed-Use Development (PMUD) zoning areas: Business Park Area; Town Center/Business Park Areas; Residential; Institutional Area; Park/School Areas.
Business Park Area
The Business Park Area, Ormond Crossings Commerce Park, which is located east of I-95 and west of US-1 and includes frontage on the Florida East Coast rail line, will provide an area for economic development within the City. The following land uses are authorized within the Business Park Area: office, business/flex-space; industrial; storage; warehouse/distribution; and public/institutional.
Town Center/Business Park Area
The Town Center/Business Park area will also provide an area for economic development within the City. A mixture of non-residential and residential land uses will be encouraged to provide an opportunity for a live-work-shop-play environment. The following land uses are authorized within the Town Center/Business Park Area: retail commercial; office; business/flex-space; storage; public/institutional; multi-family residential; and a community center.
Residential- High Density Area
The Residential-High density Area will accommodate a concentration of centrally located residential units adjacent to both the Town Center/Business Park Area and a Park/School Area where a future elementary school will be located. The following housing types are authorized within the Residential-High Density Area: condominiums; apartments; townhomes; and other types of attached residential units.
Residential-Medium Density Areas
One of the Residential-Medium Density Areas will also accommodate a concentration of residential units near the Town Center/Business Park Area...The other Residential-Medium Density Area will accommodate a concentration of residential units at the northern entrance to Ormond Crossings near retail commercial and other business uses that are existing or planned along US-1. The following housing types are authorized within the this area: patio homes; zero lot line homes; townhomes; row homes; duplexes; triplexes; four-plexes; and condominiums.
Residential-Low Density Areas
One of the Residential-Low Density Areas is adjacent to a Park/School Area providing for a diversity of residential housing types near a future elementary school. The other Area is located in the southwestern portion of Ormond Crossings where low density residential is compatible with adjacent land uses. Detached single-family homes on varying sized lots, in conventional or neo-traditional neighborhoods, are authorized in the Residential-Low Density Areas.
Ormond Crossings Conceptual Plan
Permitted Development Uses
|720 Students, Min. 20 Acres
|Storm-water and Lakes
|Est. 400 acres
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Click here about Ormond Beach Planning Division FOR MORE INFORMATION to view a detailed history of the Ormond Crossings development project.
Click here FOR MORE INFORMATION to view information from Tomoka Holdings, LLC - the master developer of the Ormond Crossings project.
Click here to view the Ormond Crossings Master Development Plan.
Click here to view the Ormond Crossings Development Agreement
Click here to view the Ormond Crossings 2020 Annual Report