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LandSouth Starts Work on New $21M Apartment Community in Jacksonville

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor

LandSouth Construction will be bringing new housing options to Jacksonville residents. The company has officially started work on a $21 million community at the southwest corner of J. Turner Boulevard and Southside Boulevard.

The 18 acres development will consist of 280 residences, 19 buildings, a resort-style clubhouse and other amenities. Construction commenced last week and is scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter of 2013. When completed, Lost Lake Resort Apartments amenities will include an 18,000-square-foot clubhouse with a full-service fitness center, indoor basketball court, Cyber Café, zero entry resort-style pool and spa. Other amenities will be volleyball courts, resort cabanas, dog park, covered hammock areas and outdoor kitchen with grills.

The gated community will feature one-, two- and three-bedroom homes with one or two baths. Apartments will average 1,096 square feet of living space.  Interior elements will include ceramic tile floors in baths, faux wood plank flooring in kitchen and entry ways, wide-rail premium wood cabinetry with crown moulding, island kitchens with snack bar, luxury appliances with laundry in each unit, and custom details including curved shower rods, security door locks and electronic security system.

Lost Lake Resort Apartments will be located at the center of Jacksonville’s growing entertainment, retail, restaurant and employment hub, while also offering easy access to the beaches and downtown.

According to a company release, in building Lost Lake Resort Apartments, LandSouth Construction is using an integrated approach under which service components work together to provide a seamless delivery system.

Lost Lake Apartments L.L.C. is the developer, while Forum Architecture & Interior Design of Altamonte Springs, Fla. is designing the community.

Image via Forum Architecture & Interior Design