RangeWater Real Estate will develop Cadence at Nocatee, its second apartment community in the master-planned Nocatee development in Ponte Vedra, Fla., near Jacksonville. The property is expected to include 291 apartment homes. Construction will start next month and first move-ins are slated for autumn, 2021. Earlier this year, RangeWater’s completion of The Bishop in Atlanta crossed the news wires.
Features and finishes of units will include granite countertops in kitchens and bathrooms, vinyl plank flooring, carpets in bedrooms and closets, nine-foot-high ceilings and stainless steel Whirlpool appliances. Among the variety of amenities offered at Cadence Nocatee will be an outdoor game area where residents can play table tennis and Cornhole.
The community will also furnish residents with hospitality-level service that includes the delivery of onsite concierge services and event programming.
Located primarily in northern St. Johns County, Fla., about halfway between Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Nocatee is an unincorporated master-planned community consisting of 34 village-like neighborhoods, most of them comprised of single-family for-sale houses and interspersed with schools, commercial and retail properties. Nocatee also offers more than 5,000 acres of nature preserves and parks. One of just three apartment communities in Nocatee, Cadence will be situated within the western portion of the development.
RangeWater’s other Nocatee rental property, Olea, is a luxury, age-targeted community expressly intended for empty nesters. In addition, RangeWater delivers property management services for Reserve at Nocatee.
The location of Cadence within the master-planned community will give residents excellent access to recreational opportunities at the area’s beaches and its miles of multi-use fitness trails. In addition, the community is situated near a broad array of restaurants, boutique retail shops and health and wellness activities.
Cadence at Nocatee was brokered by Newark Knight Frank’s Tyler Nilsson and Erik Bjornson.