A new-home, master-planned community by Newland Communities is coming to Apollo Beach.
Located on approximately 1,300 acres 15 miles south of Tampa off of Big Bend Road in Apollo Beach
, the new Waterset community
(think: FishHawk Ranch
) is estimated to become a 3,800-home community upon completion. Homes start at $170,000.
First-phase amenities include The Landing
with a community pool, fitness center, pier overlooking a lake and a clubhouse with an Information Center and cafe offering coffee, tea, smoothies and snacks.
“We're very excited about the grand opening of Waterset. We have teamed up with some of the area's best builders to offer a variety of home styles and designs to appeal to all kinds of families,” says Newland Communities
Marketing Director Pam Parisi. “Our consumer research told us that buyers today need to see the community amenities from day one and we're committed to having The Landing open on grand opening day in the fall.”
Currently, amenities at The Landing are under construction, as well as nine model homes, offering a variety of architectural styles to choose from including Craftsman, Classical and Mediterranean. The first phase of Waterset will include work by home builders Ashton Woods Homes
, Cardel Homes
, David Weekley Homes
and Homes by WestBay
. In addition, the Montessori Preschool at Waterset
is under construction and is expected to open by winter.
“Now, more than ever, there is a higher value placed on real connections among families, neighbors and community,” says Parisi. “Our hope is that Waterset will make it easy for people to actively connect, establish roots and live life in their own ways.”
Builder plans and pricing for Waterset homes will be released during an exclusive preview event on August 1st with plans and pricing being released to the public on the community website on August 2nd.
Newland Communities is currently working on developing additional new-home, master-planned communities including Circa FishHawk
Writer: Alexis Quinn Chamberlain
Source: Pam Parisi, Newland Communities