Orlando homebuilder buys big chunks of two Hillsborough County communities

Park Square Homes paid more than $21 million for land in Mirabay in Apollo Beach and FishHawk Ranch in Lithia.
Orlando-based Park Square Homes has paid $18 million for the undeveloped areas of Mirabay, a community in south Hillsborough County. Shown here is Mirabay’s community pool. [SUSAN TAYLOR MARTIN | Times (2017)]
Orlando-based Park Square Homes has paid $18 million for the undeveloped areas of Mirabay, a community in south Hillsborough County. Shown here is Mirabay’s community pool. [SUSAN TAYLOR MARTIN | Times (2017)]
Published November 26 2018
Updated November 29 2018

Park Square Homes, an Orlando-based homebuilder, has bought large parcels in the Mirabay and FishHawk Ranch communities in Hillsborough County. The company paid $18 million for all of the undeveloped part of Mirabay in Apollo Beach and $3.5 million for a ready-to-build parcel in FishHawk Ranch in Lithia. Park Square Homes founder Suresh Gupta said the company will "continue to look for additional properties in the bay area to further expand our presence.''

Contact Susan Taylor Martin at smartin@tampabay.com or (727) 893-8642. Follow @susanskate.

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