• Why Choose Ormond Crossings?

  • Why Choose Ormond Crossings?

  • When all the pieces click together, you can picture the opportunity that abounds here!

  • Welcome to Ormond Beach, Florida

    Ormond Beach is a small town with big city flair and old-fashioned comfort, perched in a very special corner along Central Florida’s magnificent East Coast. Known by tourists as a favorite vacation spot, it’s even better as a place to build a wonderful life… Spectacular beaches. Fascinating culture and history. Outstanding hotels. Colorful shopping. Unique dining. All tied together with the warmest welcome in Florida. The icing on the cake? Ormond Beach is ripe with opportunity for business.

    Business Climate and Lifestyle

    In Florida, business and government leaders work together to create an environment in which business and industry thrive. It is an environment that is particularly friendly to entrepreneurs, many of whom have established startup businesses and watched their enterprises grow beyond their biggest dreams.

    In Florida, land and construction costs are reasonable, taxes are stable, and a wide variety of incentives are available for new and expanding businesses. In fact, when compared to other bellwether states such as California, Massachusetts and Minnesota, Florida wins hands down!

    The workforce includes enthusiastic skilled and trainable workers. State and local governments are efficient. The educational system is strong. According to Enterprise Florida, “Florida’s knowledge base continues to blossom through the support of strong research and development efforts and technology transfer. Government, industry, and academia have converged to create partnerships that will continue to advance Florida’s technology, leadership and workforce talent.”

    In addition to these attributes, the lifestyle in Florida is the envy of the world. It is a state of exceptional natural beauty including environmentally significant lands, magnificent beaches and a rich history. Housing is affordable in Florida and there is no state income tax. It all adds up to the perfect business climate for Ormond Crossings.

    Local Demographics

    Ormond Beach is home to approximately 40,000 people. There are 15,550 households in the city limits. About 72% of the population is under 65 years of age. The workforce totals more than 18,000 individuals and the unemployment rate between 2010 and 2016 was 4.4%. Average household income exceeds $70,000. More than 40% of the residents of Ormond Beach hold one or more college degrees.

    Business Development

    Ormond Beach is building a reputation for the pro-business attitude of its City Commission and its quality business environment. Elected officials work closely with the outstanding professional staff to provide an environment in which business and industry can survive and prosper. They do so within the carefully crafted guidelines that protect and enhance the quality of life that is so dear to the residents of the City. The Ormond Beach Airport Business Park has become a popular address for businesses of all kinds; manufacturing, assembly, back office, communications, engineering and more.

    Ormond Beach Municipal Airport

    The Airport Business Park is situated on 176 acres and is located between Ormond Beach Municipal Airport and scenic River Bend Golf Club. Land at the Business Park is offered on a fee-simple basis. The neighboring Ormond Beach Airpark is adjacent to Ormond Beach Municipal Airport on 83 acres and offers direct taxiway access to airport hangars and runways. Land at the Airpark is offered on a lease basis.

    City services at both parks are among the very best in Florida and are available at modest cost. Telephone and data transmission lines easily bear heavy traffic. Electrical power is consistent and affordable. Water is abundant and wastewater treatment is reliable. Construction and operational costs in Ormond Beach compare favorably with those of other cities. Careful planning, a rich history, environmental beauty and a pro-business government add up to a climate that is a catalyst for successful companies.

    The Ormond Beach Municipal Airport (OMN) is a city facility located on 1128 acres of land just east of Interstate 95, just north of the Tomoka River and just west of U.S. Highway 1. It is located within the Class C Airspace anchored by neighboring Daytona Beach International Airport.

    Employment /Workforce Development

    Ormond Beach has approximately 18,000 skilled employees. Among them, 70% are in management, professional sales or office positions, as compared to 57% for Volusia County as a whole, and 51% for the State of Florida. According to the U.S. Census, mean household earnings exceed $60,000, which exceeds the State of Florida average of $52,000.

    One of the largest employers in Ormond Beach is Edgewell, formerly Playtex Manufacturing, with approximately 250 employees. Other large employers include Ernie Green Industries, Hudson Technologies, Microflex, Duva Sawko. The City’s Airport Business Park has 35 businesses that employ approximately 1,500 residents.


    Ormond Beach Education

    Stetson University

    Area students are also served by the innovative Advanced Technology Center, which features concentrated study in emerging technologies and is a joint venture of Daytona State College, Volusia County Schools, Flagler County Schools and the business community. The ATC provides local businesses with advanced technological training that meets the current and future needs of industry in the area. The facility includes occupational classrooms and lab areas with brand new, state-of-the-art equipment and smart classrooms designed for each specific technology program.

    Ormond Beach is the home to many of the finest public and private schools in Volusia County. This includes schools serving grades kindergarten through high school. Several Ormond Beach schools have earned the State of Florida “A” Rating and three were recently honored as Florida Blue Ribbon Schools.

    Volusia County also offers numerous opportunities for higher learning, including:

    • Stetson University
    • Bethune-Cookman College
    • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
    • Daytona State College

    Quality of Life

    Noteworthy in the history of Ormond Beach is the decision by financier John D. Rockefeller, Sr., to establish a winter home there in 1918. The decision was made after an exhaustive search by his advisors for the very best place to live. His home, known as The Casements, is now a cultural center enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.

    Ormond Beach Residential Neighborhood

    Ormond Crossings will be a community characterized by its numerous lakes and waterways, greenbelts, parks and multi-purpose trails. Almost all residences and businesses will abut water or greenbelt. Trails will facilitate non-automobile travel throughout the community.

    When it comes to living in Ormond Beach, truly there is no place like home. From upscale condominiums at Ormond Heritage, the former site of the historic Ormond Hotel, to Tides Fall, overlooking the majestic Atlantic Ocean, there is great variety. Single family homes of all configurations are to be found throughout the city including fine tree-lined communities such as Breakaway Trails, Hunter’s Ridge, Halifax Plantation and Plantation Bay.

    The values are substantial, with the median sale price for a home sold in Ormond Beach at $274,500 in 2017. There are more than 19,000 single-family homes in Ormond Beach. There are also more than 3,000 apartment and town home units in the city. Ormond Crossings is planned for 2,950 additional residential units consisting of single-family – ranging from patio homes to estate lot homes – townhomes, condominiums and apartments.

    The City of Ormond Beach is a popular shopping and dining location for all Volusia County residents and visitors. Unique shops and boutiques and colorful restaurants enjoy a brisk trade. The Trails Shopping Center, long a favorite shopping and dining location, has undergone a renaissance, bringing notable names to its roster of retail and dining establishments: Chico’s, Talbot’s, Ann Taylor Loft, and Jos. A. Bank. The Trails is located about 4 miles from the southern entrance to Ormond Crossings.

    Ormond Beach - The Loop

    Ormond Beach – The Loop

    Ormond Beach offers numerous beautiful parks, playgrounds and recreational facilities. There are miles of wide, smooth, sandy beaches. The Granada Bridge spans the vast Intracoastal Waterway and provides a spectacular panoramic view of the area. The Loop is a treasured roadway covered by a canopy of ancient trees and lined with natural Florida vegetation. It leads from the City, through serene wetlands and canals to Tomoka State Park. Ormond Beach averages 88 degrees (Fahrenheit) in the summer and is cooled by sea breezes and frequent afternoon showers. This makes Ormond Beach notably cooler than many other Central Florida cities.