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Mixed-use project breaks ground in Dunedin

DUNEDIN — Developers recently broke ground on a four-story, mixed-use project on Douglas Avenue, where the city has committed to creating a downtown arts district.

The space, called the Artisan, will include 65 luxury apartment units, ranging from one to two bedrooms and from 720 to 1,600 square feet. Tenants will have access to a resident-only lounge with a bar, a state-of-the art fitness center and an 18,000-square-foot elevated pool deck decorated with private pool cabanas, fire pits and two outdoor kitchens.

The development will also include 11,700 square feet of boutique, gallery and cafe space, as well as a parking garage, where 235 spots will be open to the public through a long-term lease agreement with the city. Construction is expected to be complete by the start of 2018.

Mixed-use project breaks ground in Dunedin 10/13/16 [Last modified: Thursday, October 13, 2016 11:38am]
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