by: Karen Brune Mathis Editor
Jacksonville’s apartment market continues to expand with more than 13,700 units planned for construction from 2021 to 2023 and beyond.
Market reports found that 3,523 units were planned in 2021, followed by 4,071 in 2022 and 6,164 in 2023 and after.
More than a dozen communities are in the development phase. This is a look at nine of the latest.
Among them, Atlanta-based RangeWater Development LLC proposes three projects.
Its Olea age-restricted communities are for empty nesters seeking an active lifestyle.
RangeWater: Olea at Beach Haven
4101 San Pablo Parkway, north of Mayo Clinic in Florida
The city is reviewing permits for the $30.2 million construction of the 175-unit Olea Beach Haven apartments on 6.38 acres at 4101 San Pablo Parkway.
Atlanta-based RangeWater Development LLC is the developer. England, Thims & Miller Inc. is the engineer.
RangeWater announced Feb. 4 it bought the site and will break ground in early 2022 on the age-restricted community with one-, two- and three-bedroom units.
Plans show three apartment buildings, two garages, a clubhouse, pool and dog park.
RangeWater: Olea at eTown
In eTown along Exchange Street east of Florida 9B
The St. Johns River Water Management District is reviewing plans for Olea at etown by Atlanta-based RangeWater Development LLC. The 192-unit apartment community is planned on 5.73 acres along Exchange Street.
Plans show three apartment buildings, three garages, surface parking, a pool area and a dog park. England, Thims & Miller Inc. is the civil engineer.
The city calculated a mobility fee of $127,952 to mitigate the traffic impact.
RangeWater: San Jose
San Jose Boulevard at St. Augustine Road and Old Kings Road South
Atlanta-based RangeWater Development LLC continues working toward its proposed apartment and town house development on 28.61 acres along San Jose Boulevard called the San Jose Homestead.
RangeWater plans 280 apartments and 100 town houses.
The apartments comprise 11 residential buildings, a clubhouse, two pools, a social green and a dog park. The town houses comprise 19 buildings.
Read more in the Jacksonville Daily Record here.