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Durbin Crossing Launches Newly Designed Website
Durbin Crossing, one of the nation’s top selling master-planned communities, has launched their newly designed website. Rapid growth in the community, involvement from homeowners and changes in technology were the inspiration for the new design.
The new website, www.durbincrossing.com, integrates all of the latest in website design and technology, user interactivity and Search Engine Optimization tools. Consumers and Realtors alike now have easy access to all of the information they could ever want about Durbin Crossing and the surrounding area. The home page showcases moving tabs with neatly organized topics for Living, Site Map, Recreation and Community. Each tab features submenus that provide information on education, things to do, activities, community features, amenities, builders, programs, an interactive site map and more. The tabs move with you as you go from page to page for ease of navigation.
The Community section features a lifestyle rich photo gallery, builders’ guide with model locations, testimonials, public services, news, video and a page set up for residents only to view community information.
An added feature of the website is a mobile app for your smart phone or iPad. The app was developed specifically for people on the go who want to view a mobile version quickly and easily. “The Durbin Crossing app is amazing and puts everything I need right at my fingertips.
“We are very excited about this new website,” said Jason Sessions of Sessions Development.
“I think the Area Map and Things To Do pages are exceptional,”
The website and mobile app were developed by The Montello Agency.
For more information on Durbin Crossing, visit www.durbincrossing.com.
To visit Durbin Crossing, travel south on US-1 (Philips Hwy). Turn right onto Racetrack Rd. Turn left on St. John’s Pkwy/2209, then right on Longleaf Pine Pkwy/244 to the community entrance. If coming east on 210, turn left on Longleaf Pine Pkwy/Russell Sampson Road. From Mandarin, travel south on San Jose Boulevard, turn left on Racetrack, a right on Veteran’s Parkway and then left to Durbin Crossing North entrance or continue straight ahead and turn left on Longleaf Pine Parkway to Durbin Crossing South entrance.