Suburban Jacksonville: Oakleaf

April 23, 2009 25 comments Open printer friendly version of this article Print Article

Oakleaf Plantation is a sprawling seven year old, 6,400-acre master-planned community straddling Duval and Clay Counties, near the Cecil Commerce Center. Before Florida's real estate market bust, Oakleaf was said to be one of the fastest-growing communities in Florida.


Around Oakleaf Plantation 

Established in 2002, Oakleaf's series of residential communities could eventually include 11,000 homes at buildout.

Oakleaf Plantation is designed with decent density.  Unfortunately, the community is a combination of single access oriented residential developments, where neighborhoods next door do not connect. 

Land set aside for future commercial development. 

The future football field of Oakleaf's high school, which is currently under construction.


Oakleaf Town Center

Completed in 2007, Oakleaf Town Center is anchored by Target, Kohl's and Home Depot.  The development also features a "miniature Main Street" as its centerpiece and main entrance.  The 800,000 square foot shopping center is located at Argyle Forest Boulevard and Old Middleburg Road.

Images by Ennis Davis