Embrace a Laid-Back Lifestyle
New Construction Homes for Sale in Sarasota
If affordability, endless activities events, and laid-back living sound like the life for you and your family, welcome to Sarasota! There are several great reasons to call Sarasota home, like zero Florida income tax, fantastic beaches, access to world-class adventure and a robust and diverse economy. Described as a "year-round playground," you're going to want a beautiful new home to call your own.
LGI Homes is constructing affordable, modern homes in Sarasota equipped with stylish options at no additional cost. Don't buy your next home in Sarasota without first visiting one of our communities and experiencing the quality of work and our stylish homes for yourself.
- #1 'Best Places to Retire in the U.S. in 2021-2022' (US News)
- #2 'Best Places to Live in Florida in 2022' (Ramsey Solutions)
- #5 'Safest Places to Live in the U.S. in 2021-2022' (US News)
- #6 'Best Beach Towns to Live in' (Wallethub, 2021)
- Major industries include transportation, tourism, education & trade
- Major employers include Bon Secours, Walmart, Publix, Sun Hydraulics & Winn-Dixie
- Top attractions include The Ringling, Siesta Ranch, Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium, Big Cat Habitat & Gulf Coast Sanctuary
Frequently Asked Questions
Continue reading for answers to frequently asked questions about our homes, community and the area.
Where is Sarasota located?
What county is Sarasota in?
Sarasota is in Sarasota County on the west coast of Florida. The county is part of the North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton metro area.
What are large cities near Sarasota?
Sarasota is in an ideal location with a lot to offer, including access to several large cities. St. Petersburg, Fort Myers, Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Hilaleah and Orlando are all near Sarasota, according to Travelmath.com.
What family attractions are in Sarasota?
Sarasota is a top Florida destination with outdoor and indoor recreation and entertainment venues. The top attractions in Sarasota include Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, The Ringling, Sarasota Jungle Gardens, Legacy Trail, Siesta Key Village, Myakka River State Park, Legacy Trail, Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium, Marie Selby Botanical Gardens Downtown, Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary and Sarasota Jungle Gardens.
Does Sarasota have public transportation?
Sarasota has many forms of public transportation. The city has fixed bus routes, SCAT Plus paratransit services and taxi and ride-share services like Lyft.
What beaches are in the Sarasota area?
Sarasota and the surrounding cities are home to several beaches. Siesta Beach, Turtle Beach, Lido Key Beach, Cortez Beach, Coquina Beach and Point of Rocks Beach are in Sarasota.