Collier County Planning Commission unanimously recommended last week the Williams Farm Planned Unit Development, which is planned for 336 single-family homes in Immokalee on the south side of Lake Trafford Road and to the east of Arrowhead Reserve.
The 168-acre property is owned by the Williams family, a fourth-generation agricultural family in the county. It is on the northernmost two parcels bordering Camp Keais Strand and will be zoned for low-density residential which allows up to four units per acre. Developers are requesting only two units per acre, amounting to 336 single-family homes.
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