Lake Mary’s newest, most exciting address will soon be getting its first residents. Since accepting lease applications toward the end of this month (November), luxury apartment community Station House is now becoming “home” to an increasing number of people who appreciate its unique concept as much as its upscale amenities.
The concept that sets Station House apart is that it was planned as a transit-oriented development (TOD) located in close proximity to the Lake Mary SunRail station – a less than 60-secondwalk away, in fact. The defining characteristic of a TOD is that its residents live, work and play within a specific geographical area that’s accessible via some means of mass transportation.
The beautiful property, which currently consists of 44 graciously appointed apartment homes (with a final scheduled build-out of 200), is also just a short, scenic stroll to downtown Lake Mary’s captivating array of shops and restaurants. Residents enjoy the convenience of living in the heart of this thriving town center and the ease of participating in the district’s many activities and regular events – such as the Lake Mary Farmer’s Market. Beyond convenience, however, comes the feeling of being part of a close-knit community where neighbors and shopkeepers know your name.
Each apartment home in Station House includes today’s most desirable features, such as a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, designer custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances; wood plank flooring, spacious walk-in closets and 9-foot ceilings with ceiling fans. There are 10 floor plans in sizes ranging from 664 to 1,411 square feet. Configurations consist of the following plans:
· Four one-bedroom/one-bath
· Four two-bedroom/two-bath
· Two three-bedroom/two-bath
The community itself offers outstanding amenities that make it ideal for relaxing, entertaining, and working – as well as working out! Residents can enjoy the following advantages (among many others):
· Oversized swimming pool
· Outdoor summer kitchens
· Social lounge
· 24-hour fitness center
· Conference room and library
· Computer-equipped business center
Station House is alreadybecoming known as Lake Mary’s leading address. Mallory Hoffmeyer, Station HouseProperty Manager, said the recent Breakfast on the Go event resulted in a highamount of interest, and the signing of one lease.
“Breakfast on the Go was a great opportunity to meet the Lake Mary community,” Hoffmeyer said. “We want the effects to be long-reaching, so that people feel a sense of connection with Station House, and its role in the town’s economic development. We’re excited to process these initial applications, and look forward to signing many more residents.”
Station House is at 188 E. Crystal Lake Ave., Lake Mary. For more information, visit the website: http://epochlivingstationhouse.com, or call 855-229-5085.