Construction is now underway at Integra Heritage Apartments, a 319-unit luxury apartment community in West Melbourne, Florida. The developer, Integra Land Co. will execute this project in partnership with its construction partner, LandSouth Construction. However, the new project will be the latest in their portfolio which they aim to expand into northern and central Florida.
LandSouth President’s CEO, James Pyle said Integra Land and his company have a long-standing relationship and have built thirty developments together. Therefore, he said, his company was excited to collaborate with them once again to build the Integra Heritage Apartments project. Pyle was certain that the new multifamily complex be suitable for the fast-growing West Melbourne area.
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Development plans for the Integra Heritage Apartments in Florida
Integra Heritage Apartments comprises one, two, and three-bedroom layouts, and there are carriage homes in a garden-style design. These apartments will have sizes ranging from 700 to 1,400 square feet, across ten different four-storey buildings. The community will be equipped with amenities such as a swimming pool, which will have cabanas and hammocks. Additionally, residents of the community will have access to a dog park as well.
The site chosen for the Integra Heritage Apartments project is a unique location that is adjacent to Integra Station 2114. It’s also close to Central Melbourne, which is six miles east, and easily accessible to the beach nine miles away. In addition, the property is surrounded by public parks and nature reserves, and Cape Canaveral is roughly 28 miles away. The developers expect the project to be ready for occupancy by 2025.
Full contracting services for the Integra Heritage Apartments project will be provided by LandSouth Construction. While Phil McBride will oversee project management, Danielle Hollenbeck will handle Construction Administration and Chris Barnard will be the superintendent. Charlan Brock Associates will serve as the architecture firm for the project.