New High-Tech Geographical Zone for Multiple Technologies


We understand the importance for tech professionals to live and raise families in an attractive and healthy environment. We are offering a totally new opportunity to develop businesses and residences next to the Atlantic ocean in a resort area with a very pleasant climate, natural preserves, diverse vegetation and wildlife, walking and biking trails, pristine beaches, surfing, fishing, boating, golf, tennis.

Flagler County, located in northeast Florida, has a temperate climate ideal for a year-round active outdoor lifestyle. It is bordered on the East by the Atlantic Ocean with miles of coastline. Flagler County offers a variety of communities and lifestyles including:

City of Palm Coast – A small city, with a population approaching 100,000, has excellent schools, a modern hospital, state of the art movie theatre, shopping, restaurants, passive and active parks, five golf courses (four more in Flagler County), a tournamentquality tennis center, approximately 120 miles of bike trails, and residential housing including apartments, condominiums, and single-family homes priced from $100,000 to $1,000,000. Town Center at Palm Coast provides a live-work-play opportunity in the heart of town. The City also hosts a series of 5K and 10K runs, biking events, state and regional soccer and lacrosse tournaments and concerts and numerous special events in its Central Park at Town Center.

City of Flagler Beach – A beachfront community with a population of about 4,500 that retains old Florida charm and character. Flagler Beach features an iconic fishing pier in the middle of town, numerous restaurants with ocean views and no buildings obstructing the view or access to the beach from A1A coastal highway. The town hosts surfing contests, a twice-weekly farmer's market, First Friday concerts, parades, and a hugely popular 4th of July celebration with fireworks off the pier. Homes are priced from $150,000 to $750,000 with Intracoastal Waterway Access.

City of Bunnell – The oldest city in Flagler County and the second biggest city in Florida by land-size, Bunnell is a mostly rural city with a quaint downtown urban core. Located southwest of Palm Coast, at the crossroads of US Highway 1 and SR 100, Bunnell oozes small-town charm while affording residents and businesses easy access to Interstate 95, and the beaches. Quiet country living with every ammenity in less than a 20-minute drive, Bunnell truly is the best of both worlds.

The Hammock – An area in northeast Flagler County between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway is a blend of old and new. The Hammock area offers a wide range of housing opportunities including a private gated oceanfront golf course community, oceanfront condominiums, and single-family homes in a resort/golf course setting and also old Florida style homes and bungalows nestled among ancient dunes and Spanish moss draped live oaks.

Within Palm Coast there are contiguous corridors along SR 100 (to the beach) and along US1, both with access to Interstate 95, that are prime for new development. Silicon Valley Florida Association, Inc. offers high tech companies an opportunity to create their own new Silicon Valley and operate their businesses and live, at considerably lower cost.

Today, Flagler County is evolving at a remarkable rate with a surge of people relocating to take advantage of its phenomenal weather, outstanding recreational opportunities
and bustling economic growth.

Flagler County is part of a vibrant coastal region that is steeped in history. Fortunately, much of this history has been captured for all to see and enjoy. Start with the Flagler Beach Historical Museum to view eye-catching exhibits featuring indian artifacts and fossils dating back from pre-historic times to the days of the Timucuan Indians.

The Holden House Museum will immerse you in daily life back in the early 1900s where you'll feel the gracious southern hospitality that attracted so many early visitors to the sunshine state. Then make your way over to the Florida Agricultural Museum where visitors can trace the importance of Florida's farming history. There's plenty of history to be found around every corner of Flagler County. All you have to do is look.

Flagler Beach Historical Museum
1 207 S. Central Avenue, Flagler Beach, FL (386) 517-2025

Holden House Museum
Flagler County Historical Society
204 E. Moody Boulevard, Bunnell, FL (386) 437-0600

Florida Agricultural Museum
1850 Princess Place Road, Palm Coast, FL (386) 446-7630

St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum
81 Lighthouse Avenue, St. Augustine, FL (904) 829-0745


For residents with children, Flagler County offers some of Florida's finest public and private schools serving students from pre-K to 12th grade. The area is also home to many outstanding colleges, universities and technical schools including Embry­ Riddle University and Flagler College. For adults seeking to further their education or discover a new hobby or career, a number of continuing education courses are also available from local schools. In Flagler County, you really can learn something new everyday.

Flagler County Public Schools: (386) 437-7526

Kindergarden - 12th Grade
Bunnell Elementary School (386) 437-7533
Buddy Taylor Middle School (386) 446-6700
Flagler Palm Coast High School (386) 437-7540
Old Kings Elementary School (J86) 517-2060 
lndian Trails K-8 School (386) 446-6732
Wadsworth Elementary School (386) 446-6720
Matanza High School (J86) 44P575
Rymfire Elementary School (386) 206-4600

Private Schools:
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (PreK-8) (386) 445-2411
Community Christian School (PreK-r2) (386) 586-6oxo
Flagler Christian Academy (PreK-8) (386) 437-5242
Palm Coast Christian School (K-12) (386) 445-6339
Adult and Community Education (386) 446-7612


Embry-Riddle (386) 226-6100

Flagler College (904) 819-6220

Junior/Community Colleges:
Daytona Beach Community College (386) 246-4800
St. Johns River Community College (386) 312-4200

Health care

The Florida Hospital Flagler located in Town Center, Town Center Medical Center.