NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. – LandSouth Construction, an award-winning Jacksonville, Fla. based general contractor specializing in senior housing, multifamily and mixed-use development, will build Trinity Independent Senior Living, a luxury independent living community with a construction value of $19.3 million. Trinity is being built in a growing area of New Port Richey, located in Pasco County north of Tampa Bay.
Trinity IL Senior Living, LLC has chosen Chancey Design Partnership, Inc. of Tampa, Fla. as the architect for the five-story project that sits on 2.82 acres at 1900 Blue Fox Way. Groundbreaking is scheduled for mid-February with completion in June, 2019.
“This new community is ideally located for those boomers who may want to continue to work and live in a vibrant area,” noted LandSouth CEO/President James Pyle, adding that the active adult market represents one of the fastest-growing segments of the housing industry. “This will truly be a unique Independent Living community with its intimate size, amenities and sought-after location.”
LandSouth Construction is currently working on apartments, senior living and mixed-use developments throughout the Southeast including Lawrenceville, Ga., Boynton Beach, Daytona Beach, Delray Beach, Sanford, Lakeland, Davenport, Casselberry, Odessa, Winter Springs and Orlando Fla., Chattanooga, Tenn., Mt. Pleasant, S.C. and senior living developments in Nocatee, Bonita Springs and Fort Myers, Fla.
The community will feature 117 homes ranging from 732 to 1330 square feet with 12 floor plan combinations; including one bedroom, with one or one and a half baths, two bedrooms with two full baths and the large three-bedroom residences with three full bathrooms. Some residences offer a den.
Residents will enjoy granite countertops, walk-in closets, covered patios and balconies, pantry and linen closets, stainless steel kitchen appliances, two elevators and washer and dryer.
State-of-the-art amenities include a fitness center, hospitality bar and café Bistro with access to covered porches for recreational seating, theater, salon, formal dining, activity room and an arts and crafts studio, all accessible by two elevators.
Pasco County’s pleasant surroundings offer a wide variety of fun and interesting things to do, from fishing, golf and nature trails to big league sports. Parks and recreation abound at Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park, Lowry Park Zoo and the Tarpon Springs Aquarium.
The area is home to many quaint art galleries, museums and entertainment venues, including great restaurants and retail shops. Healthcare is available close by at the Medical Center of Trinity.
“This community caters to the increasing number of individuals and couples who want to live a vibrant, active lifestyle without the worries of home maintenance. Trinity Independent Senior Living is ideally situated near freeways and major employment corridors,” added Paul Saks, LandSouth Director of Senior Living, Development. “The new Independent Living community offers much-needed geographic diversity to local seniors and baby boomers seeking to live in Gulf Coast area.”
In building Trinity Senior Living LandSouth is using its unique integrated construction approach. Each service component works together to provide a seamless delivery system. These components have been designed and refined to be complementary.
The LandSouth team is being headed by project manager Kyle Hassell. Candice Aery-Dodak is the assistant project manager. The field superintendent is Chris Lowe. Mindy Smith is the project administrator. The community will be managed by Watermark Retirement Communities, a leader in the seniors housing profession for 30 years.
Each is performance enhanced with proven procedures, tested systems and the very latest construction technology. By emphasizing results and exceptional service, LandSouth has created a construction process to provide the best possible value for clients.
For more information visit www.landsouth.com or call 904.273.6004.