Southshore Bay, Metro Development Group’s newest Lagoon Community in Southern Hillsborough County, will offer a new concept for Active Adults.
In an article published by the Tampa Patch, Southshore Bay’s exclusive Active Adult section is noted as a key differentiator between this community and other local master-planned communities.
Along with the multi-acre Metro Lagoon by Crystal Lagoons® amenity that Southshore Bay will feature, the community will offer a unique, 55+ section. The article spotlights Lennar as the sole builder for Medley, the name of the active adult section in Southshore Bay.
Lennar currently has new single-family model homes, with plans for completed villa models ready to tour in November. Response has been outstanding since there is great appeal to the maintenance-free, age-restricted section being private and gated with its own amenity package including clubhouse, resort pool, pickle ball courts and more, the article states.
“Aside from the Lagoon, the dual focus on both active adult and family living truly sets Southshore Bay apart from other communities, giving it appeal to buyers at all stages of their lives,” said Metro President Greg Singleton. “As the demand for multigenerational living options continues to grow, we have created a unique solution for all homebuyers: a neighborhood for all families and age groups, coupled with an incredible option for an older demographic at a price-point that is lower than the competition.”
In the traditional part of the community, builders D.R. Horton and Holiday are building homes designed for all families and all ages. Model homes are open for both builders seven days a week.
Southshore Bay will offer Metro Development Group’s exclusive ULTRAFi technology with WiFi speeds up to one gigabit available in every home, as well as at hot spots throughout the community and lagoon. Additionally, the community has plans to feature elements such as trails, golf cart paths, dog park and more, all behind a gated entry with an attendant to welcome you home.
Read the full article by the Tampa Patch here.
To learn more about Southshore Bay, click here.