The Allure Gateway is now completed.
The NRP Group, a company that develops, owns, builds, and manages multifamily housing opened, describes the building as a market-rate apartment community.
It features 274 one-, two- and three-bedroom units, along with amenities such as a two-story residential event space with a community kitchen, resort-style pool, fitness center and conference rooms, fire pit with outdoor grilling areas, and a 24/7 package concierge.
NRP is currently developing six projects in Florida, totaling more than 1,700 apartments homes.
The most densely populated county in Florida is Pinellas County and the adjacent Carillion and Gateway areas are home to more than 60,000 workers. Situated less than 10 minutes from major employment centers and corporate campuses in St. Petersburg and Tampa, The Allure at Gateway is ideally located with easy access to a vibrant metropolitan lifestyle
“Job growth and the overall economic outlook in Central Florida continues to be robust, and The NRP Group is working to satisfy the demand for high-quality housing options by providing best-in-class rental communities,” said NRP Group CEO and co-founder J. David Heller.
“We now have three offices spread across the region in St. Petersburg, Tampa and Orlando, with 40 local NRP team members working on six active projects, and even more subcontractors, vendors and partners supporting the team. Our commitment to Florida has never been stronger.”
In addition to The Allure at Gateway, there are two other NRP properties that will open soon in the region: Aria at Bradenton, a 302-unit development in Bradenton, and 1701 Central, a 243-unit community in St. Petersburg that also includes more than 5,000 square feet of commercial and retail space. Move-ins are scheduled to begin at Aria at Bradenton in the fourth quarter of 2019 and at 1701 Central in the first quarter of 2020.
Following these three openings, there will be another three NRP properties opening close behind: 300 units in Ft. Myers, 332 units in Central Pasco County and 300 units in southwest Orlando.