October 26, 2018
MURFREESBORO, TN – Tim Keach, CEO of TDK, announced today they have broken ground on Vintage Amelia Island, a $39.5 million upscale apartment community in the emerging 14thStreet corridor on Amelia Island.
“Vintage Amelia Island continues our theme of creating upscale multi-family housing. There were unique barriers to entry, so there is nothing comparable in the market. It meets the desire of millennials and baby boomers for a modern, convenient, and comfortable lifestyle. With limited housing on the island, it will attract 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 said.
When completed in the spring of 2020, Vintage Amelia Island will offer 224 units with a variety of floor plans. Units will offer first-class amenities, including 9-foot ceilings, walk-in closets, a full-size washer and dryer, hardwood inspired flooring, ceramic tile bath floors, granite countertops accenting the kitchen and baths, stainless steel appliances, and maple cabinetry.
A safe community with gated entry, Vintage Amelia Island will have 18 two- and three-story buildings spread over 23 acres providing ample greenspace with its unique location. Because of wetlands located within the site, there were stringent requirements to meet. TDK turned the 13 acres of protected wetlands into an amenity where residents will be able to enjoy the native wildlife and natural beauty. To compliment the abundant outdoor opportunities, Vintage Amelia Island will offer bike storage lockers with a repair station.
Vintage Amelia Island will provide 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.
“TDK has a build-and-hold philosophy that benefits our customers. We are one of the few companies in the industry to bring a fully-integrated approach to development by serving as the developer, general contractor, and long-term owner. Because we will be retaining ownership of Vintage Amelia Island, we are vested in the continued success and longevity of this apartment community,” Keach said.
TDK is a privately-held construction and development company with headquarters in Murfreesboro. Founded in Kentucky in 1959 by Dorris Keach, TDK is a three-generation company that builds and develops projects throughout the Southeast, Midwest, and Southwest. Having completed more than 6,800 units valued at more than $700 million and with more units under construction across the country than any other Tennessee-based company, TDK properties are setting a new standard in the multi-family housing industry.