Cortland Opens Tampa-Area Luxury Community

The final phase of the development is slated for delivery by the end of 2023.

  • Cortland Riverview
  • Cortland Riverview kitchen and living room
  • Cortland Riverview amenities
  • Cortland Riverview fitness center

Cortland has opened Cortland Riverview, a 319-unit luxury multifamily community in Riverview, Fla. The second and final phase of the development is slated for delivery by the end of the year. The team behind the project consisted of Charlan Brock Architects, as well as Kempton Rinard and VCC serving as general contractors.

Located at 9246 Headwaters Ave., in an infill area, the property is some 7 miles from Brandon, Fla. Downtown Tampa is within roughly 10 miles. Cortland Riverview offers connectivity to the Tampa Bay area via Interstate 301 and Selmon Expressway. Westfield Brandon Mall and TopGolf are also close.

The community features units ranging from studio to three-bedroom floorplans. All apartments incorporate wood-style flooring and custom kitchen cabinetry. With 13,000 square feet of amenity space, Cortland Riverview encompasses a pool, a sundeck with lounges, a fitness center, as well as a two-story indoor-outdoor sky lounge, a private pavilion, a landscaped trail and a pet park.

Big plans ahead in the Sunshine State

At full build-out, Cortland Riverview will have a valet trash system that will allow collection of trash directly from the residents’ homes without entering. Additionally, the development will offer the possibility for 113 electric vehicle charging stations, which will be installed based on resident demand.

In addition to its 36 Florida communities, Cortland has five developments underway in the state, comprising more than 1,750 units. According to Yardi Matrix, the multifamily developer has nine properties in various stages of development, set to add 3,776 units to Tampa-St Petersburg-Clearwater’s inventory.

As of November 2022, there were 17,522 units under construction in the metro, which places it as the third-busiest in Florida for multifamily development. This accounted for 15.8 percent of the existing housing stock in the area.

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