Aberdeen is a residential master planned community located in Northwest St. Johns County just to the west of Durbin Crossing.

Aberdeen consists of a total of 1,316 acres. The plans call for 1,623 single family lots and 168 multi-family units. A public school, a Village Center with 100,000 square feet of commercial/ office and an additional 227 units of multi-family, neighborhood parks make up the balance of the developed acreage. Recently Aberdeen went through the Development of Regional Impact planning process.

The neighborhoods, the collector reads and the major thru road are interwoven by wetland conservation areas. Plans call for 501 acres of on-site upland and wetland conservation, and 68 acres for lakes. Aberdeen will be similar to Durbin Crossing in serving the growing market that is developing in north St. Johns County, consisting primarily of Duval County employers moving south.

As with Durbin Crossing, Aberdeen is planned to incorporate a Village Center, with institutional and recreational facilities located in the immediate vicinity. Neighborhoods away from the Village Center are served by smaller neighborhood parks and community centers. The commercial development serving the community is all located in the Village Center.

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