A combine of townhomes, backyard garden residences and one-household homes is now underneath construction in the vicinity of Olentangy Liberty Higher Faculty.
Schottenstein Real Estate Team is the developer on the venture, known as Liberty Grand Communities, that sits on 300 acres northwest of Olentangy Liberty Large Faculty in the vicinity of Sawmill Parkway and Household streets in Delaware County.
The improvement will come with a single- and two-auto garages and many strategies that attribute first-floor master bedrooms.
The improvement has a 14,000-square-foot clubhouse with place for bocce ball, pickle ball, a canine park, putt putt, a group garden, resort-design pool, lap pool, lounges, a fishing pier, card rooms and a 24-hour health park.
“It is just going to be a truly substantial, awesome enhancement,” corporation president Brian Schottenstein stated.
In addition to the flats, the enhancement will have 500 solitary-relatives households to be designed by M/I Properties.
The first period of the venture will have 308 residences that will range in size from 900 square toes to 2,000 sq. toes, Schottenstein reported. The properties will go up to 2,500 square feet.
Rental prices on the flats have not been set.
The clubhouse and the flats really should open this slide.
A second period of the project — apartments geared much more toward vacant-nesters — will start off up coming yr. The amount of residences in the 2nd section has not been determined.
Separately, Schottenstein True Estate is operating on its Liberty Summit and Orange Grand Communities projects.
Liberty Summit is a more compact enhancement on 17 acres that will have 234 residences off of Old Dwelling Road.
The enhancement will have 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom backyard garden apartments with connected garages and a clubhouse.
Orange Grand opened last yr with 288 apartments off of Property Street and Rt. 23. Schottenstein says a different 120 units will be added to the task this calendar year.
Schottenstein said the developments are benefiting from a pattern of persons moving to the suburbs or wanting larger apartments because of the coronavirus pandemic and ensuing operate-from-house period.
Also, Schottenstein introduced the sale of 3 developments for $177 million, including two in Delaware County that have been marketed to actual estate enterprise Cortland.
These developments are Powell Grand Communities at Sawmill Parkway and Seldom Viewed Road and Northlake Summit at Rts. 36/37 and I-71. Schottenstein also offered Central Gardens Grand in Palm Seashore, Florida, to L&L Investors.
This report at first appeared on The Columbus Dispatch: Flats, residences prepared for big Delaware County improvement