Destiny, Florida, America’s First Eco-Sustainable City, Announces Launch of New Website

May 21, 2009

DESTINY, Fla., May 21 /PRNewswire/ — Destiny, Florida, America’s first eco-sustainable city, has announced the relaunch of its website, www.destinyflorida.com, to better reflect its commitment to economic stability and environmental preservation.

As detailed on the new website, Destiny, Florida will be a forward-thinking community operating with minimal impact on the environment, and a hub where the latest clean technology innovations will emerge.

“We are very excited about the launch of the new corporate website, which emphasizes our position as the largest planned environmental development in the United States,” stated Randy Johnson, COO of Destiny.

Visitors to the new website (www.destinyflorida.com) will be able to learn more about the city’s ongoing development and initiatives, including its planned Alternative Energy Industrial Park, which is designed to attract businesses seeking to develop and manufacture new, clean technologies; the Sustainable Energy Farm, where alternative fuel crops such as jatropha, camelina and arundo donax are being studied for future fuel sources; and The Honey Bee Farm at Destiny.

The new Destiny website provides a complete list of team members including international engineering firm Arup, along with new environmental videos, links to other leading green websites, and a section where companies can register to receive more information.

A “Site Selection” page enables companies from around the globe to learn about moving or expanding their operations to Destiny, and includes an in-depth questionnaire designed to assist companies wishing to investigate Destiny as a potential location. A “Living at Destiny” page allows potential residents to sign up and receive the latest news on Destiny via email, and a quarterly newsletter will be added shortly.

Viewers can also read about Founder Anthony V. Pugliese, III’s commitment to smart growth planning projects and conservation of the environment, as well as a message from Sir Peter R. Head, Director of Arup, explaining the global importance of Destiny as a new model city.

About Destiny

Destiny, Florida spans 64 square miles, or 41,300-acres, and includes more than 25,000 acres of preserved, open space in southern Osceola County. Less than one hour from Orlando, the city is strategically located at one of Central Florida’s main intersections: consisting of the Florida Turnpike, U.S. Route 441 and State Road 60. Destiny will provide a variety of industries with a new regional commerce hub located within a day’s drive of 30 million consumers. As the future home to scientists, engineers, clean-tech innovators and university research centers, Destiny will be a well-balanced mix of new technology, educational excellence, longevity-based lifestyles, and social and cultural centers. The city plans to feature NextGEN aviation, a multi-modal transportation system and a master plan for sustainability by Arup. Destiny is situated within Florida’s Clean Tech Corridor, the seventh largest mega-region in the United States. For more information, please visit www.destinyflorida.com or call 1-888-2DESTINY.

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