A mixed-use development plan for a property off West Newberry Road, between Fort Clarke Boulevard and Interstate 75, is under review. Just outside Gainesville’s city limits, the plot is directly beside the existing shopping development called Newberry Square.
The application for the 87 acres, under the name Newberry Village, predicts about 730 residential units and 277,500 square feet for retail use.
Newberry Village is planned to be a traditional neighborhood development (TND), which interweaves retail, office, civic and residential buildings, sometimes including more than one classification in the same building. TNDs encourage pedestrian and bicycle transportation, according to the Florida Department of Transportation’s Traditional Neighborhood Development Handbook.
A listing on commercialsearch.com advertises 32 spaces in the development available for lease in July 2025, but an online brochure from Katz & Associates Retail Real Estate Advisors only lists 31 spaces, 13 of which are already leased out. The other 18 spaces are in various stages of intent, or discussion, with only two retail spots fully available.
Katz also advertised plans for about 950 new luxury apartments on the north end of the property, in the transit supportive development area.
The property is listed under the ownership of Greer Scoggins, director of construction for Atlanta-based Fuqua Development.
Alachua-based CHW Professional Consultants is listed as engineer and surveyor.