A master-planned community, WaterColor’s architectural vision began with architect Jaquelin Robertson, on land owned by the St Joe company since 1927. St Joe is Florida’s largest private landowner, with approximately 346, 000 acres of their holdings within 10 miles of the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Cultivating a true sense of place that is timeless, authentic, and welcoming, WaterColor provides an exceptional feeling of comfort and familiarity for all who visit and live in the community. Prominent public buildings, green parks and squares, ample amenities, and special events year round solidify the true sense of community you find here. Combining classic and mindful southern architecture, innovative design, and use of natural landscape, WaterColor recently received the Award for Excellence from the Urban Land Institute, the foremost leader in real estate development and education.