Developers of the proposed MargaritaVillage resort in western Osceola County are on track to get approval to construct the massive 300-acre lifestyle community.
The project, located off U.S. 192 near the interchange with State Road 429, would include a hotel and more than 1,000 timeshare units, condominiums and vacation homes.
MargaritaVillage Resort coming to Osceola County Caitlin Dineen A new resort called MargaritaVillage, which will include a hotel, more than 1,000 vacation homes and condos, retail and a beach area, will open in Osceola County in 2017, its developers said Wednesday. A new resort called MargaritaVillage, which will include a hotel, more than 1,000 vacation homes and condos, retail and a beach area, will open in Osceola County in 2017, its developers said Wednesday. ( Caitlin Dineen ) The county’s Development Review Committee is scheduled to discuss the proposal during its Aug. 19 meeting. The project’s preliminary subdivision plan, which details the overall concept and plan for the resort, will be reviewed, according to a meeting agenda.
Mark Pino, the county’s spokesman, said Encore, as they said Wednesday, could receive final approval for the entire project in six months.”It is entirely possible for the Margarita Resort developer to, as they told you yesterday, begin construction in six months as the property was already rezoned for Commercial Tourist,” Pino said in an email. Capital Management, the resort’s developers, have not filed official plans with the county and the only permit requested was to realign an access road onto the property off U.S. 192.