APOLLO BEACH — The Waterset by Newland Communities master-planned development in Apollo Beach is preparing to welcome its newest amenity, the Waterset Club, to serve as a social hub for residents who already enjoy a slew of neighborhood perks.
Construction is currently under way on the 6-acre Waterset Club, which will feature a state-of-the-art fitness center, game room, and event space inside and tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, along with more pools outside, covering a total of 5,300 square feet.
"The Waterset Club will be another active gathering place in the community that residents of all ages can enjoy together," said Pam Parisi, vice president of marketing for Newland communities. "We designed the club so that there is something for everyone, whether they want to play a game of tennis, spend the day at the pool, or gather friends together to celebrate a special event."
The Waterset Club is expected to open in spring 2018.
Designed by the same developers behind FishHawk Ranch, Waterset features homes priced between $200,000 and $600,000 and has no shortage of things for residents to enjoy, including a community pool with waterslides, parks and walking trails with built-in exercise equipment along the way, and activities such as a farmer's markets and movie nights on the lawn.
The community is adjacent to seven schools, including East Bay High School, Eisenhower Middle School and its own Waterset Charter School. There are multiple builder options offering steep discounts to military families.
For more information on the community or the club, visit the community's Landing Club and Cafe daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., call (813) 235-0154 or visit watersetfl.com.