Tavistock proposes plans for massive Isleworth mixed-use project on the shores of Lake Down
The developer of the upscale Isleworth Golf and Country Club is seeking Orange County approval for the yet-to-be-named project on 43 acres zoned for agriculture at the northwest corner of Conroy Windermere and South Apopka Vineland roads, in what’s called the Isleworth Four Corners planned development.
Plans for the Isleworth mixed-use project include 21 single-family homes; a 107-bed assisted-living and memory-care facility; 72 independent-living units; 40,000 square feet of medical office space in a two-story that may include a clinic or emergency department; a 30,000-square-foot big-box retailer; and about 40,000 square feet of additional shops and eateries east of Isleworth that Tavistock already owns through its related Windermere Property Holdings LLC.
The county will host a community meeting at 6 p.m. on Feb. 27 at the Chain of Lakes Middle School Cafeteria, where Tavistock will present its plans. Previous versions included a gas station and hotel, but residents shot down those plans, said Tavistock spokeswoman Jessi Blakley.
Construction may begin sometime in 2019, pending approvals, said Tavistock spokeswoman Jessi Blakley, adding that it was still too early to have a project general contractor chosen.
Andres Duany of architect and town planning firm DPZ Partners LLC is a project consultant; Vero Beach-based Merrill, Pastor & Colgan Architects principal Scott Merrill is the architect; Winter Park-based Donald W. McIntosh Associates Inc. is the civil engineer; and Rulon Munns of Bogin Munns & Munns is the zoning attorney.
This is one of several projects Tavistock already has in the works. It also has more than $3 billion worth of construction in southeast Orlando’s 17-square-mile Lake Nona community, and plans in the works for the 24,000-acre Sunbridge community, for which it recently snagged another 200 acres of land in Orange and Osceola counties.
Source: “Tavistock proposes upscale Isleworth-area mixed-use project,” Orlando Business Journal