Jacksonville, Fla.-based general contractor LandSouth Construction has broken ground on Gatlin Commons, a $35 million luxury apartment community in Port St. Lucie, Fla. The six-building, three-story development designed by architectural firm James S. Carr AIA & Associates is situated on 15 landscaped acres. The property is being developed by PRM Gatlin/Port St. Lucie Owner LLC and Rosser Aledo Partners LLC.
The gated community will feature 200 apartment homes in seven one- to three-bedroom floor plans. Among the features are white shaker-style cabinets, granite countertops, subway tile backsplashes, garden-style tubs and elevators. The array of amenities includes a 5,800-square-foot clubhouse with fitness center, community pool area, dog park, tot lot and basketball court. Surface and garage parking and a trash compactor will be available to Gatlin Commons residents.
Near area beaches
Located in Florida’s Treasure Coast, less than an hour north of Palm Beach, the property is at the corner of SW Aledo Lane and SW Rosser Boulevard, 10 minutes from downtown Port St. Lucie and 15 minutes to the area’s beaches.
“It’s exciting to see Gatlin Commons taking shape,” said LandSouth president and CEO James Pyle. “As we complete each new phase of construction, you can start to envision an impressive addition to the South Florida apartment market.”
“James S. Carr AIA & Associates has done an excellent job of creating a dynamic look and design,” said Joe Passkiewicz, senior vice president of development, LandSouth Construction. “With remarkable amenities and a superb location, we believe Gatlin Commons will become one of the most popular upscale apartment addresses in Port St. Lucie.”
LandSouth Construction is currently working on apartments and mixed-use developments in Charlotte, N.C.; North Augusta, S.C.; Chattanooga and Hixon, Tenn.; and Boca Raton, Tampa, Bradenton, Kissimmee, Jacksonville, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Sanford, ChampionsGate, Winter Springs and Orlando, Fla. It has also broken ground on senior living developments in New Port Richey, Nocatee, Bonita Springs and and Fort Myers, Fla. Gatlin Commons is slated for completion in October 2019.