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DE PA R T M E N T: C OM M UNI T Y SP O T L IGh T
WEST PARK vILLAGE
Options for Every lifestyle at Convenient,
Close-Knit West Park Village
BY MARy LOU JAy
ocated in the upscale Tampa suburb of
Westchase, West Park Village invites
people to "Rethink the way you live."
The active and convenient lifestyle
it promises begins with the 40,800
square feet of retail space at the community's
entrance. Residents and visitors can stroll along
the brick paver sidewalks to window shop or stop
in at one of the 23 dining and service businesses
that include a Starbucks, several restaurants, two
salon/spas, a bakery, a dry cleaner, and a pet store.
"West Park Village is a unique community:
The way you live plays off the retail center.
Once you come home at the end of the day, you
don't have to leave the community," said Jimmy
Chestnut, regional property manager for Georgiabased Carroll Organization. Carroll is a privately
held owner and operator of high-quality multifamily real estate that purchased the apartment
community last May.
West Park Village includes three distinctive
apartment styles. The 60 loft units above the retail
stores provide a more urban experience, while the
238 garden apartments, tucked away off small,
picturesque courtyards, offer the convenience of
one-floor living. Prefer multi-floor living? West
Park Village has 319 three-story townhomes.
These are not cookie-cutter units. There are 16
different floor plans, everything from a comfortable 815-square-foot one-bedroom unit to a spacious, 2,046-square-foot, three-bedroom home.
"Even the same floor plans in different buildings
can have nuances," Chestnut said. Some apartments, for example, have bonus rooms off the foyer
or kitchen with a built-in desk for a computer.
Most townhomes have attached garages, but there
are separate garages available for rent to garden
apartment residents as well.
There are touches of elegance throughout; the
garden apartments, for example, have a French
Quarter feel, with wrought iron entrances over
the courtyards, fountains and gazebos, or swings
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Multifamily Florida - Spring 2015
President’s Message: My Open-Door Policy by Ron Wenzel, Greystar Multi-Family Services
FAA Update: The Power of Association by Josh Gold, CAE, CMP, FAA Executive Vice President
An Ounce of Prevention: An Organized System for Maintenance Saves Time, Trouble, and Money by Laureen M. Crowley
Rental Payment History 101 by Emily Christiansen
Legislative Days Wrap-Up by Laureen M. Crowley
Building Community: Working Together to Make a Difference by Trish Harris
Community Spotlight: West Park Village by Mary Lou Jay
Apartments by the Numbers
Index to Advertisers/ adv.com
Multifamily Florida - Spring 2015