Nexton, a 5,000-acre master-planned community owned by a business entity of North America Sekisui House (NASH) and developed by Newland, has announced the details of its newest neighborhood, Midtown, which will offer more than 2,500 homes across 1,000 acres in Summerville, South Carolina.

The Midtown community will feature single-family homes, townhomes, and multifamily residences alike. The single-family homes will range from approximately 1,000 square feet to more than 3,500 square feet, with lot sizes ranging between 30 to 70 feet wide. Builders include New Leaf Builders, Saussy Burbank, David Weekley Homes, Ashton Woods, Pulte Homes, and Homes by Dickerson.

“Midtown is the next chapter in the evolution of Nexton,” says Brent Gibadlo, vice president and general manager of Nexton. “Our region’s successful economic growth and attractive quality of life has created a crucial demand for homes, schools, and everyday community needs such as dining and retail options. Nexton’s mission has been to address this influx with a thoughtfully designed master plan and self-sustaining environment that improves the well-being of our residents, employees, and our visitors.”

The community will be laid out in five districts. Higher-density living and commercial space, including apartments, townhomes, shops, and restaurants, will be located in the Central District, while lower-density single-family communities will be located along the perimeter. Development will begin with the Blueway District, which will include approximately 700 homes and a neighborhood wellness center. All districts will include features inspired by historic Charleston architecture, as well as parks, green spaces, and a connected trail system.

The community’s model homes are now open. Pre-sales began in October, and the community’s first homes will be delivered in early 2021.