Mattamy Homes Debuts Newfield Parkway

PALM CITY, Fla. – (May 10, 2024)Mattamy Homes, the largest privately owned homebuilder in North America, is proud to announce the renaming of the northern section of Martin County’s Citrus Boulevard to Newfield Parkway. The change represents a bold move toward establishing community identity, as Mattamy Homes will soon bring its Newfield master-planned community to life. The sign unveiling took place Thursday, May 9. 

The street renaming marks a significant milestone for Newfield, ushering in a new era of change, sustainability, and growth. The renamed portion of Citrus Boulevard runs from Martin Highway (State Road 714) northwest for several miles, traversing Newfield to its northern border and the St. Lucie County line at the C-23 Canal. 

Mattamy plans to break ground on construction at Rosette Park, Newfield’s first residential neighborhood, later this year.

“Our vision for Newfield extends beyond new home construction; it’s about fostering a sense of belonging. The renaming is a symbolic step toward building a community and creating a sense of place where residents can thrive,” said Dan Grosswald, president of Mattamy Homes’ Southeast Florida division. 

From 2017 through 2022, Newfield was conceived, planned and guided through Martin County approval by Knight Kiplinger, whose family owned this vast expanse of land for more than four decades. Mattamy Homes now serves as master developer of the community, which has received widespread public support for its permanent protection of 70 percent of the total 3,400-acre property as open space, including pasture, wetlands, pine forests, lakes and recreational fields. 

Newfield is the largest mixed-use project in Martin County in over 40 years, representing a groundbreaking approach to community development that prioritizes sustainability and environmental conservation with components such as the Kiplinger   Conservancy and its KC Trails, which preserve more than 1,000 acres of expansive prairies and dense forests of slash pines, cabbage palms, and saw palmettos in their natural state. 

Newfield is approved for a future total of 4,200 residential units of all types, ranging from single-family detached homes to townhomes, condos and apartments, plus valuable employment ground along the Florida Turnpike. 

Phase 1 encompasses 139 acres, including Kiplinger Conservancy (KC) Trails,1,250 homes, a village center, and the 100-acre Newfield Farm, which will incorporate sustainable farming practices to produce year-round access to fresh, nutrient-dense foods. 

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