“Destiny’s vision is to create a better society by developing a sustainable
community centered around old-world values and 21st Century
science and technology that guarantees the preservation and
protection of the land and its natural habitats.”

Anthony V. Pugliese, III
Destiny Founder

“Destiny’s vision is to create a better society by developing a sustainable
community centered around old-world values and 21st Century
science and technology that guarantees the preservation and
protection of the land and its natural habitats.”

Anthony V. Pugliese ,III
Destiny Founder

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Destiny

About Destiny

One Planet.
One Destiny.

Welcome to our Destiny. It started with a vision, a dream to build America’s first eco-sustainable city. Today, it’s 41,300 acres of land in Central Florida where progress and preservation combine to create a 21st century model for efficient living. Destiny is a prototype for future cities, a forward-thinking community operating with minimal impact on the environment and a scientific hub where the latest green technology innovations will emerge.
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ECO Tech Center
Energy Farm

Going Green

Real change.
Right now.

That’s our goal. At Destiny, “green” isn’t a vague lifestyle term that means nothing. Here it has substance. It’s tens of thousands of acres of open space, hundreds of miles of walking and riding trails and more than 200 miles of navigable waterways. It’s diverse residential communities, and business and industrial complexes sharing renewable energy and recycling our natural resources.
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Business Development

Destiny, Florida; America's first eco-sustainable city, is proud to have been a part of the recent Greenbuild International Conference & Expo 2008 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Despite current economic concerns, Greenbuild clearly demonstrated that the green movement is growing. Nearly 30,000 attendees packed the 1,400 exhibitor booths and attended a long list of dynamic workshops and presentations, including a keynote speech delivered by Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The event was hosted by the U.S. Green Building Council.
The response to Destiny's vision for creating the momentum for sustainable companies and clean-tech jobs was very rewarding and opened many exciting dialogues with other similar international projects and companies.
In celebration of a terrific three day event, Destiny invited more than 400 guests to “The Night at the Green Roundtable Affair” hosted by NEXUS. The event was sponsored by Destiny, Metro 1, Boston Common Magazine, Channel Sun Solar Power Systems, National Grid, and Velocity Print Solutions.