A joint venture between Integra Land Co. and Panther Residential Management has broken ground on Integra Heights, a community located in Clermont, Fla., a western suburb of Orlando.
General contractor LandSouth Construction was tapped to build the property, which upon completion will provide 289 units.
To be situated a half mile south of the intersection of Schofield Road and Highway 27, Integra Heights will feature a total of nine two- and four-story buildings offering stone-accented exteriors, garages and balconies.
The community will provide a total of 10 floorplans, which will range from 705 to more than 1,300 square feet. A swimming pool with pavilion will be among the development’s amenities.
Attractions in downtown Clermont include restaurants, retail stores, Clermont City Center, City Hall and Historic Village. Among the recreational amenities of the city is Lake Minneola, which provides swimming and picnic areas, a fishing pier and a playground, as well as a fitness trail that is one part of a 30-mile trail system.
The LandSouth project manager for Integra heights is Joyce Englanders, while the superintendent is Ron Seagraves. Last August, LandSouth was tapped by LIV Development to build a 296-unit community in Brandon, Fla. Architecture is provided by Associated Consulting International and landscape architecture by Libra Design Group. Poulos & Bennett is the engineering firm on the development.
Integra Heights is slated for completion in middle of 2023.