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RISE: A real estate company opened Linden House, a $60.1 million, 295-unit apartment community at Race Track Road and Florida 9B in Bartram Park on Jan. 14.

Linden House, which is expected to be delivered to tenants in the spring of 2023, will be within walking distance of the Durbin Park shopping and shopping center in southern Duval County, RISE said in a press release.

RISE said Linden House is a 25-minute drive from downtown Jacksonville. The site is in southern Duval County, bordering St. Johns County.

“Durbin Park, when complete, will have over 2 million square feet of retail, dining and commercial development,” RISE Vice President of Development Matt Marshall said in the release.

“The amount of services residents will receive, including hospital and medical, will be phenomenal.”

He told those present at the event that RISE had moved its headquarters to Jacksonville.

“We are now officially a local business.”

RISE: A real estate company held a groundbreaking ceremony on January 14 for the Linden House apartments.

RISE has moved its headquarters from Valdosta, Georgia to the Deerwood Park office park.

Linden House’s 295 units include studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments.

The 281,000 square foot development will include seven buildings. There will be three four-story apartment buildings and a clubhouse.

Linden House will have two swimming pools, courtyards, club rooms, and a kitchen and fitness center, among other amenities.

Individual units will have granite countertops in the kitchen and bathroom, walk-in closets, private balconies in some units, and full-size washer/dryers.

There will be surface parking throughout the development as well as attached garages. In total, Linden House will have 443 parking spaces, 46 of which will be in garages.

The address on permits issued by the city is on 10.84 acres at 14950 Bartram Commons Drive.

“RISE has experienced exceptional growth over the past 18 months. We currently have six construction jobs and our portfolio continues to grow. We hope it grows at an unprecedented rate,” Mike Hale, senior vice president of construction, said at the event.

“We have overcome challenges related to COVID, supply chain issues, and we continue to move forward. I am grateful to our excellent professionals who know what needs to be done on a daily basis. We look forward to you watching us grow in your community,” he said.

The project team included Emily Pierce of Rogers Towers law firm; England, civil engineers Thims & Miller; Truist Bank; and other firms.

RISE is the developer and general contractor and will manage rental and maintenance.

The design of the building is by Charlan Brock Architects. RISE has partnered with Origin Investments as a financial partner for the operation.

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