Babcock Ranch was recently featured in the Sun Port Charlotte, highlighting how the Punta Gorda metropolitical statistical area is one of the top 3 U.S. MSAs where people are relocating. The growing population of Babcock Ranch is attributed to contributing to the growth of the region. The closeby North Port-Sarasota-Brandenton MSA also ranked fifth.
“In the last few years, we’ve seen new apartment complexes and construction of single-family homes. Babcock Ranch is booming and trees are being cleared in West Port (formerly Murdock Village) for additional single- and multi-family development. Clearly there’s ‘something for everyone’ in terms of housing and lifestyle in Charlotte County,” Julie Mathis, executive director of the Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce is quoted in the article.
Learn more about why Babcock Ranch is such a popular place to move, in the article on the Port Charlotte sun website here.
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