eTown is a 1,500-acre, master planned community adjacent to I-295 East Beltway between Baymeadows Road and State Road 9B. Being developed by The PARC Group, eTown is being built on four principles: community, technology, convenience and sustainability. The PARC Group’s vision is to develop a community that equally balances development with the natural environment.

Offering Zero Energy Homes with smart-home technology and eco-friendly features, the planned community includes several trails and parks while attempting to preserve fifty percent of its acreage to the area’s long leaf pine habitat. Of interesting note, eTown’s neighborhoods are named after renowned inventors and innovators as a part of the developer’s effort to be forward-thinking. Eventual plans call for a village center featuring shopping and dining.

The SR 9B off ramp to E-Town Parkway.

A Tour of eTown

The Village Center

E-Town Parkway in the Village Center

The Village Center will be located around State Road 9B along E-Town Parkway. When fully developed, it is envisioned to be a walkable town center featuring retail shops, neighborhood services and restaurants. The Village Center is also home to the eTown Welcome Center. Known as The Hub, it features a gourmet cafe, traditional and co-working offices and gathering spaces with outdoor seating.

The Menlo at eTown luxury apartment community

The Menlo at eTown is the first multifamily development to open in the Village Center. A Catalyst Development Partners project, the 332-unit luxury apartment community is professionally managed by Preferred Apartments Communities (PAC).

A shared use path paralleling E-Town Parkway

Amenity Center

Construction is underway on Recharge, eTown’s five-acre amenity center. Located along E-Town Parkway, Recharge will include a resort-style pool and an adjoining three-lane lap pool, a high-tech fitness center with an outdoor yoga lawn, a rooftop patio, kids playground, event lawn, and dog park.