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Tallahassee's long-awaited Independence Landing holds a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday

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Tallahassee’s long proposed Independence Landing will break ground at 5 p.m. Tuesday at 3025 School House Road.

A ceremony will celebrate the start of construction in an area near Florida High and the Southwood community.

The groundbreaking begins an effort to make affordable and independent living available to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

The planned residential community is designed to offer recreational activities, ongoing education, healthy meals, and more.

From the event's Facebook page:

The groundbreaking ceremony marks the first step in making affordable and truly independent living available to adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in the Big Bend.

This incredible community will offer its residents the opportunity to avail themselves of a full social calendar, continuing education, personal growth and vocational opportunities, recreational activities, healthy meals and active lifestyles, and engagement with neighbors, friends and civic organizations, all with the goal of fostering maximum independence, happiness, and fulfilling lives.