Caitlin Mugford On Top of the World Communities is a family-owned and operated builder and developer of distinct, active lifestyle communities. Based in Ocala, Florida, the business was founded in by the late Sidney Colen. His son, Kenneth Colen, grew up in the business and took over the operation as president in Today, On Top of the World remains the oldest, privately owned land developer in the state of Florida. My father claimed to be the first condominium developer in the country because prior to , no one else had been building divided interest properties with the common element being the land.
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Bellechase A private, upscale, gated community in South Ocala where the majority of the properties are beautiful Arthur Rutenburg homes. Devonshire This elegantly-developed, royalty inspired neighborhood has unique and well-designed homes. El Dorado This private, gated community is focused on higher-end luxury homes and exemplifies horse-country style with shady oaks and scenic farm lands. Fore Ranch boasts country club amenities and nearby shopping at Heathbrook Shopping Center. Ocala Historic District This beautiful neighborhood offers renovated historic homes, tree lined streets, and closeness to the wealth of activities always available in downtown Ocala. Westbury A private gated community located in south Ocala, very close to Paddock Mall, shopping, and dining.
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In the first chart, Figure 1 shows the number of people age 25 years or older who have graduated from high school or completed the GED or equivalent credential. The number of people aged 25 years or older who have graduated from college with a Bachelor's degree is shown in Figure 2. Figure 4 shows the percentage of people aged 25 years or older who either have no schooling or dropped out of school before completing high school.
History[ edit ] Harold Schwartz, a Michigan businessman, began selling land tracts via mail order in The Villages area in the s. He and his business partner, Al Tarrson, were forced to close the mail-order aspect of the business due to a Federal law banning sales of real estate by mail order. By the early s, the community had sold only units. In an attempt to improve the business, Schwartz bought out Tarrson's interest and brought his son, H.