At the Center of Florida, in a center for diversity, a new cultural center is proposed for the City of Deltona, the Arts & Performance Center...
Seasoned Developer, Gary Paduch explains, "This entire strip along Saxon is a “natural” commercial hub and will continue to expand, just as I - 4 and 46, I - 4 and Lake Mary, I - 4 and 434, and I – 4 and 436 have developed. Eventually a very rich developer will litigate his way to develop this property, and perhaps not have the same connection to the Arts, cultural development in Deltona, and concern for the wetlands as the group currently assembled. Deltona is a sleeping giant, as is the entire state of Florida. The growth in Central Florida will become a magnet for people from all over the world. It cannot be stopped. Over the next two or three decades, this project will enjoy exceptional opportunities because of its parking, visibility, location and user-friendly buildings. . . | more on this |
Regarding Deltona... "What began as a bedroom community forty some years ago, has blossomed into the largest extremely diverse city in Volusia County, and yet Deltona lacks an identity. Deltona is not even featured on Central Florida TV broadcast weather maps; Orlando, Sanford, and Daytona – but no Deltona.
The new landmark Arts & Performance Center will make Deltona a destination impacting all of Central Florida, and a simple and well-known formula for success makes it happen."