Roger O'Steen | Jacksonville, Florida

Roger O'Steen

Real Estate Developer

Jacksonville and Northeast Florida


Premier real estate developer in Northeast Florida and Jacksonville

Roger O’Steen founded The PARC Group in 1989. As The PARC Group’s first President and CEO, O’Steen guided the development of the Nocatee Master-Planned Community, eTown Jacksonville, Marsh Creek Country Club, Sea Place, Timberlin Parc, Reedy Branch Plantation, Hickory Village, Pablo Bay, Pablo Creek Reserve and the Crosswater at Pablo Bay community over the course of 30 years. He also has made corporate philanthropy a major focus of the company through The PARC Group Foundation.  

O'Steen began his career at Stokes & Company in commercial real estate and condominium sales prior to being appointed project manager. O'Steen was then promoted to Senior Vice President of Condominium Development, a division that developed over twenty communities throughout the Southeast and Texas. This division eventually became Stokes-O'Steen Communities where he was principal and Corporate President directing the development of seven golf course communities, 5,000 single-family homesites, as well as condominium and patio home communities. The most prominent is the Summer Beach community, home to the Golf Club of Amelia and the Amelia Ritz Carlton Hotel.

PARC Group Awards

Developer of the Year

NEFBA named The PARC Group the Developer of the Year for 12 consecutive years

Northeast Florida Regional Council Environmental Stewardship Award

Stewardship Award


Nocatee- A Great Plan that Came Together

by Staff

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Nocatee Keeps Ranking as Third Best-Selling Community in America

By Ponte Vedra Recorder Staff

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eTown Developers Release Details On, Vision Of Community

By Jacksonville Business Journal Staff

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Just Keep Building

Article in Builder Magazine

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Nocatee Builders Kept Building in Recession

by Jacksonville Daily Record Staff

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Nocatee Developers Sold a St. Augustine Golf & Country Club

By Jacksonville Business Journal Staff

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