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Active Projects
Mosaic @ The Forum
Type: Apartment
Location: Ft. Myers, FL
Unit Count: 252
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Construction Completed December 2017
Project Description: Mosaic @ The Forum is a 252-unit luxury apartment community located in the highly successful Forum Development of Regional Impact (DRI). The project includes a mix of one, two and three bedroom units with hotel level amenities including a heavily landscaped/hardscape pool deck, outdoor kitchen, Wi-Fi facilities throughout the public gathering spaces, an automated virtual gate system, dog-park, individual garages and a state of the art fitness center. Located within The Forum master development, the project is across from a natural passive park, has frontage on Interstate 75 and is in direct proximity to the commercial, office, universities and hotels already located in The Forum.
Mosaic @ Oak Creek
Type: Apartment Community, Mixed-Use Development
Location: Bonita Springs, FL
Unit Count: 273

Project Description: The 17.5 acre site is located on Oak Creek and Old US 41, immediately south of the town center of Bonita Springs. This area is recognized as the heart of Bonita Springs and includes active and passive recreation opportunities, shopping, dining and commerce and a wide range of nature based attractions and outdoor recreational opportunities, a full annual calendar of events, fascinating regional history and heritage and a significant concentration of cultural attractions and performing arts. Direct kayak access to the Gulf of Mexico is also available via Oak Creek. The 273 unit development will contain a mix of junior one bedroom, two and three bedrooms units. The property will be set in a natural setting that is gated, with a full complement of amenities including a sparkling pool, courtyard, fitness center and Wi-fi café for resident use. In addition, the overall development includes 15,000 square feet of general commercial space at the western edge of the property along Old US 41, with 9 one bedroom units above.
Lake Toho Redevelopment
Type: Mixed-Use, Master Development
Location: Kissimmee, FL
Unit Count: 260 Apartments, 16 Townhomes, 37 Flats
Project Description: Mosaic was selected to redevelop 11 acres of vital land in downtown Kissimmee, directly across from Lake Toho and the City’s Waterfront Park, which was just part of a $34M upgrade that also included streetscape and utility enhancements. The site is 2 blocks from a multimodal station, which currently has Amtrak service and will have SunRail service in 2017. The project includes 260 apartment units (studio, 1 and 2 bedroom luxury apartments), 16 for-sale townhomes at 1,800-2,000 SF with roof top terraces, 21 flats, 15,000 SF of commercial space and a 120 key hotel. To accommodate downtown visitors, the City is building a 400 space parking garage that will be shared with the project. Hotel level amenities will be incorporated into the apartment community and the hotel and apartment users will have access to the new Lake Toho marina. The Florida Vernacular architectural style was selected in coordination with City staff and is sensitive to and complements the existing architectural fabric of the community. Construction is expected to start mid to late 2017 after the relocation of an existing electrical distribution facility and final clean-up of a remaining parcel.
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Previous Experience
The following projects are a sample of the Mosaic Development leadership team's experience.
The Encore
Type: Mixed Use, Master Development
Location: Tampa, FL
Description:  The Encore project is a 28-acre master planned development between downtown Tampa and Ybor City that has initiated the rebirth of several city blocks into what will be a LEED Certified, mixed-use, transit oriented community at full build-out.  The development incorporates sustainable design components that feature large-scale rainwater harvesting for reuse as irrigation, solar power generation for payment of street light operation costs, a central chilled water plant creating highly efficient building air conditioning service, reuse of construction materials, permeable pavers that promote groundwater recharge, preservation and re-use of an historical church and interim use of an available 2.5-acre lot as an urban community garden. Anticipated to generate over $400 million in real estate development, the Encore is entitled for up to 1,500 mixed-income residential units, 200 hotel rooms, a 35,000 SF grocery store, 180,000 SF of office space, 85,000 SF of retail space, a middle school, an African-American history museum and public parks and gathering spaces. The Encore recently opened its first building, a seven-story, 160-unit senior development project, is under construction on two additional multifamily developments and is completing permitting of the another multifamily building. This project is a joint venture between the Tampa Housing Authority and Banc of America Community Development Corporation.
Creative Village
Type: Mixed Use, Master Development
Location: Orlando, FL
Description: Located on a 60-acre portion of downtown Orlando recently left mostly vacant by the relocation of the NBA’s Orlando Magic, Creative Village looks to revitalize a blighted area of downtown Orlando severed from the central business district by I-4 and the now demolished Amway Arena. Led by a public-private partnership between Banc of America Community Development Corporation, Ustler Development and the City of Orlando, the initial phase of the project will design and construct the public infrastructure necessary to allow the development of a $1.2 billion knowledge-based, sustainable community consisting of 500,000 square feet of cradle-to-college education, 700,000 square feet of office, 1,450 multifamily units, 200 hotel keys, 150,000 square feet of retail space and public parks. A true transit-oriented development, the project will have direct access to SunRail commuter rail service, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service and general bus service all available at the adjacent LYNX Central Station.

Tailored toward the “creative class”, Creative Village will expand on UCF’s existing Center for Emerging Media and Digital Media campus to attract other hi-tech education, commerce and employment opportunities to the development. Through Creative Village, Orlando will expand its presence as a leader in the regional economic cluster of technology-based, digital media production, modeling and simulation industries.
Ella @ Encore!
Type: Apartment Community, Mixed Use
Location: Tampa, FL
Description: Ella at Encore! is inspired by the incomparable Ella Fitzgerald and was the first community to open at Encore!. This seven-story building features local artistry and includes 160 designer one and two-bedroom homes. This project is part of the revitalization of Central Park Village and will honor African American history and culture in the Tampa Community. This project will be LEED Certified. This project is owned and developed by a joint venture between the Tampa Housing Authority and Banc of America Community Development Corporation.