Opportunity Zone-11 Acres Multi Family

1325 NW 7th Ave Ocala, FL 34475

1325 NW 7th Ave, Ocala, FL, 34475
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1325 NW 7th Ave, Ocala, FL, 34475
Property Type:
Multifamily Land
Last Verified:
Feb 06, 2019


  • Opportunity Zone
  • Up to 132 Units
  • Great for Workforce Housing Development
  • City Water and Sewer


11 acres of multi family land entitled for up to 132 units. Located within the new federal Opportunity Zone in the city of Ocala and eligible for special tax exemptions. Great location for workforce/affordable housing development. Water and sewer available.

Located along Interstate 75 in North Central Florida, Ocala is a one-hour drive North of Orlando. Residents and businesses alike enjoy a high quality of life and a relatively low cost of living. Quality healthcare and one of Florida's lowest housing costs make Marion County a great place to live. The scenic landscape is graced by the pastoral beauty of more than 900 horse farms with plenty of green space for all to enjoy. Marion County is home to a diverse economy, blending horse farms and agricultural interests with a variety of business sectors.

Lot Size: 11.0 acres

Map of 1325 NW 7th Ave, Ocala, FL, 34475

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