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Engineered for Performance

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Garden District Cottages

The Garden District Cottage homes in Pensacola, Florida¬†high-performing floors feature Soft Silence‚ĄĘ acoustical pads for noise reduction and added comfort.

Denser. Harder. Stronger.

100% Waterpoof
Enhanced Durability and dent resistance
Improved dimensional stability

919 W. Gregory Pensacola, Florida
929 W. Gregory Pensacola, Florida
939 W. Gregory Pensacola, Florida
949 W. Gregory Pensacola, Florida
959 W. Gregory Pensacola, Florida
969 W. Gregory Pensacola, Florida
979 W. Gregory Pensacola, Florida

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National Home Builder Association

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NAHB serves the home building, development and remodeling industry by promoting policies that encourage the production of quality housing that meets the needs of families across the economic spectrum.

We stand for a safe workplace, cost-effective rules and regulations and sustainable construction practices.

The Home Builders Association of West Florida is a membership driven networking and advocacy group focused on the needs of the building & development industry and related business in Escambia and Santa Rosa County.

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The Importance of Parks

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(Next in this blog series we will focus on edible landscaping!- Zone 9 in case you didn’t know!)

Parks are complex elements of a city. They can serve scores of different uses, may be specialized in their function, or can simply provide visual appeal for residents. However they work, they act to define the shape and feel of a city and its neighborhoods. They also function as a conscious tool for revitalization.

Parks provide intrinsic environmental, aesthetic, and recreation benefits to our cities. They are also a source of positive economic benefits. They enhance property values, increase municipal revenue, bring in homebuyers and workers, and attract retirees.

For those concerned that green spaces may foster crime and illegal activity, evidence now exists that the opposite may be true. When adjacent to residential areas, green spaces have been shown to create neighborhoods with fewer violent and property crimes and where neighbors tend to support and protect one another. The factors that explain these findings emphasize the importance of greenery in community and personal wellness.

Community engagement is the process of working collaboratively with individuals and groups to achieve specific goals. For parks and open spaces, community engagement allows mayors and public officials to directly involve their constituencies in the ongoing design, planning and management of these resources. This process results in informed and engaged residents that feel better connected to their communities. While sometimes contentious, but more often productive and rewarding, community engagement is an essential ingredient of making successful urban open space.

Just as growing communities need to upgrade and expand their built infrastructure of roads, sewers, and utilities, they also need to upgrade and expand their green infrastructure, the interconnected system of green spaces that conserves natural ecosystem values and functions, sustains clear air and water, and provides a wide array of benefits to people and wildlife. Green infrastructure is a community’s natural life support system, the ecological framework needed for environmental and economic sustainability.

Childhood is a holistic process, different for each individual child. Many children do not learn effectively exclusively within a classroom. They need alternative, hands-on learning environments to match their varied learning styles. Parks can help.

People value the time they spend in city parks, whether walking a dog, playing basketball, or having a picnic. Along with these expected leisure amenities, parks can also provide measurable health benefits, from providing direct contact with nature and a cleaner environment, to opportunities for physical activity and social interaction. A telephone survey conducted for the American Public Health Association found that 75 percent of adults believe parks and recreation must play an important role in addressing America’s obesity crisis.

Urban parks have always been an important setting for arts and cultural programs. During the late 19th centruy, parks commonly hosted musical events. By the beginning of the 20th century, dance, theatre, and even the new medium of film began to be represented in parks programming.

Public parks are often the “engine” that drives tourism in many communities. In a simplified tourism model, visitors use some mode of transportation to leave their homes and travel to attractions, which are supported by various kinds of services, such as hotels/motels, restaurants, and retailing. The attractions and support services provide information and promote their offerings to target groups they have identified as potential visitors.

Parks are commonly thought of as the venue for “fun and games,” but that is only one role they play in a metropolitan environment. Urban parks, which broadly include parkland, plazas, landscaped boulevards, waterfront promenades, and public gardens, significantly define the layout, real estate value, traffic flow, public events, and the civic culture of our communities. With open spaces, our cities and neighborhoods take on structure, beauty, breathing room and value.

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Blount Redevelopment, Pensacola, FL

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Update: These new homes are now for sale.  More information can be found in regards to the Garden District Cottages in Pensacola, Florida at: www.GardenDistrictCottages.com or by sending an email to: info@pars-co.net

Downtown Pensacola New Construction
Former Blount School Property Sale and Redevelopment Proposal No.: 17-021

ParsCo Selected For Blount Project: Ricksblog.biz
Thirty New Homes Coming to Former Blount site- Pulse Gulf Coast
Affordable Housing For Professionals on the Table- Pensacola News Journal
Townhall meeting on June 1, 2017, at the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church on 625 N D Street-¬†Rick Outzen’s InWeekly¬†
Inweekly/’Pensacola Speaks’ Listening Tour June 1- Podcast by Rick Outzen on iTunes
City Council Meeting Pensacola- June 8, 2017


Public input regarding the 30 workforce housing builds on the Blount School Property at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, Pensacola, FL August 28, 2017

Our proposal includes a workforce diversification plan.
Careers at ParsCo


ParsCo Selected for Blount project downtown Pensacola, Florida

Ranking Matrix

Garden District Cottages For Sale Pensacola

Blount School Site Could Start Before June– PNJ 2/4/2018
Blount School Project is now Garden District Cottages– 6/14/2018

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