The Woodlawn Plantation has been re-imagined as a multi-use destination that is planned to include a farm-to-table restaurant and cafe, it contains expanded educational programs, a year-round farm stand, an enhanced event venue, and interpretive trails that will extend to Frank Loyd Wright’s Pope-Leighey House.
The reinvigorated Woodlawn Estate is the brainchild of a partnership between the property owner, The National Trust for Historic Preservation, the current lessee Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food & Agriculture, and Neighborhood Restaurant Group (NRG). As the property is not zoned commercial, county staff must approve the use as an attraction in order for the plans to proceed.
Woodlawn Development Activity
Proposal to add new uses to the historic site while enhancing pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicular circulation. Possible new programming includes event space, argi-tourism, restaurant, and farmers market.