Summit Contracting Group Building $22 Million Luxury Apartments in One of Nation’s Fastest Selling Master-Planned Communities – Tampa Bay Business Journal

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Feb. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Summit Contracting Group has recently broken ground on The Reserve at Nocatee, the first Luxury Multifamily Development located in the Nocatee Community of Ponte Vedra, FL.

The Reserve at Nocatee will be three-story apartment buildings that will blend in perfectly with the neighborhood’s small town appeal. They will consist of 244 units in 7 buildings, with total square footage of 323,365. Amenities include a clubhouse, swimming pool, 3 detached garages, dog wash, mail kiosk, and bicycle maintenance shop.

Construction has started and is planned to be complete in Spring of 2019. The developer is Chadbourne III LLC and the architect is Group 4 Design, Inc.

For more information on the project contact Summit at 904-268-5515; for information on the company visit our website

About Summit Contracting Group, Inc.

Summit has built more than 350 multifamily projects nationwide. Molded by industry experience, inspired by a competitive spirit, and focused on a team approach Summit’s projects represent over 100,000 completed multifamily units. With an experienced management team combined with strong subcontractor relationships, Summit has been able to provide their clients with successful projects throughout the nation. More information on the company’s notable achievements, services provided, key leadership, or history is available at www.Summit-Contracting.comor by following the company on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter.


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