Media Release
May 22, 2020

 

 

 

AMELIA ISLAND, FLA. – Construction is complete on Vintage Amelia Island, the area’s first new multi-family housing property in more than a decade, Tim Keach, CEO of TDK, announced today.

Vintage Amelia Island is a $40 million upscale apartment community in the emerging 14th Street corridor. Virtual tours were available during the Safer at Home Order, and the property is already 48 percent leased.

“I am looking forward to people being able to come and see how unique this property is for the area. This product type fits well in this time of social distancing and should comfort potential residents looking for a new home because it is a low-density property with only 224 units situated on 23 acres. Vintage Amelia Island has 11 units per acre versus a typical multifamily property of 25 units per acre,” Keach continued.

Vintage Amelia Island is a safe community with gated entry and has 18 two- and three-story buildings offering a variety of floor plans along with 13 acres of protected wetlands that were turned into an amenity where residents are able to enjoy the native wildlife and natural beauty. 

Vintage Amelia Island provides residents with an abundance of on-site amenities, including direct access and free-standing garages; a pet park with covered seating; a resort-style pool area, including private cabanas, fire pits, in-pool tanning ledges; an indoor fitness center; and a clubroom with an elegant pool table and coffee bar. 

“With limited housing on the island, Vintage Amelia Island is attracting working professionals not wanting to make the daily commute from Yulee or the Jacksonville area while also appealing to the older demographic not looking for the hassle of home ownership,” Keach concluded. 

TDK is a privately-held development and construction company with headquarters in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Founded in Kentucky in 1959 by Dorris Keach, TDK is a three-generation company that builds and develops projects throughout the Southeast and Southwest. Having completed more than 10,000 units valued at more than $1.2 billion, TDK properties are setting a new standard in the multi-family housing industry.

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Betsie Huben
Betsie Huben
1 year ago

At last, we have the truth of the matter. This was always destined to be “upscale apartment community” designed for “working professionals” and others who have a healthy budget. As publicly advertised at $1300.00 per month for a one-bedroom apartment, it is not going work for many in the work force here. The city agreed to pave the wetlands here in paradise and put up a parking lot. Soon we will see how that works out during an active storm season. #rememberinnovember

Donna Lott
Donna Lott
1 year ago

And where are the huge fines they should pay to the City for the flat-out lies they told about building “affordable housing”? I understand they got special treatment and permission to fill in some wetlands all because it was going to be affordable housing… $1,270 for a Studio is not affordable. Where is the City watchdog committee? No oversight question are no repercussions?

Bruce Smyk
Bruce Smyk
1 year ago

Did Susb Thamm write this or is it just a press release? What happened to the affordable housing? Is the parking lot going to absorb the storm waters?

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