Last Condo Phase
Sited immediately south of the Tuscany condominium in Hammock Dunes is a very special 6.8
acres of oceanfront land. Twenty five years ago beachfront land was already hard to find,
but now that Florida has grown to the third most populous state, it is rare indeed. WCI, the
builder of five of the existing condominiums in Hammock Dunes owns this remaining land which
is Flagler County designated for two 64 unit condominiums, for a combined 128 unit last
Along the roughly 100 mile stretch of Atlantic coastline from Jacksonville to Daytona Beach,
condominium platted vacant land in an mature, private, gated, golf community can only be
found in Hammock Dunes. This 6.8 acre site of prime oceanfront property designated for
medium-rise condominiums as part of the original development order, offers one final
opportunity for future owners to enjoy the benefits of oceanfront living in an exclusive
Once constructed, these additional luxury condominiums will join their existing Le Jardin, Savona, Portofino, La Grande, Cambria and Tuscany oceanfront condominium neighbors to form an oceanfront complex unparalleled on the Florida Atlantic coast.
Hammock Dunes condominium residents frequently remark that living directly on the Atlantic beachfront feels like being a privileged guest at a fine oceanfront resort, but without the crowds and vacationers so common to many Florida “hotel-resort” style condominiums. Optional Hammock Dunes Club memberships will further enhance each owner’s “Florida Resort-Like” lifestyle, within the secure gated Hammock Dunes’ private community.
The Hammock Dunes Owners’ Association (HDOA) continues to partner with WCI to build-out these last two condominiums. We meet regularly with WCI senior management to refine construction timelines and have encouraged WCI to participate more fully in our HDOA Board of Administrators. WCI participation as an HDOA Board member ensures a common HDOA-WCI vision for these two future premier oceanfront condominiums.