Friday, January 18, 2013

'Esplanade by Siesta Key' Cuts Down 400 Trees for New Baby Boomer Enclave Up The Street From My Office on Constitution Blvd Sarasota Fl.



'Esplanade by Siesta Key' cuts down 400 trees for it's new Baby Boomer Enclave up the street from my office, the WBI Detective and Security Agency at 2100 Constitution Blvd Sarasota Fl.


Sure is a lot going on in the 2200 block of Constitution Blvd Sarasota Fl with large trucks and earth moving equipment coming and going as the Taylor Morrison company jump starts it's 'Esplanade by Siesta Key' project which looks like it is driectly aimed at the incoming herds of Northern Baby Boomers looking for a warm place to hang their hats.

Sarasota has been ranked as one of the top 10 destination for moves to the sun belt for the third year in a row. Each and every day from now until 2023, roughly 10,000 Americans will blow out the candles on their 60th birthday cake. That means four million people a year face impending decisions on whether to stay where they have been earning their livelihood, or to indulge their dreams by moving to their idea of retirement heaven. At stake are hundreds of billions of dollars to be newly funneled into communities around the nation and world as the "mailbox economy" -- checks arriving in the mail -- rapidly swelled by boomers growing old and heading for Sarasota Fl.



Taylor Morrison this month (Jan 2013) removed 400 trees from 24 acres northeast of the intersection of Stickney Point Road and U.S. 41 for the first phase of Esplanade by Siesta Key. The firm, under a different name, in 2005 purchased 77 acres for $38.5 million. But, the real estate crash delayed development plans. Taylor Morrison’s long-term vision for the property includes 247 home sites surrounded by wetlands and pedestrian trails.


At least three residents of the surrounding community Jan. 14, called Sarasota County Commissioner Nora Patterson with concerns about the construction entrance, where one is located on Constitution Boulevard the other entrance is just above the Regions bank on Stickney Point Rd. Sarasota Fl.


Gulf Gate links with Siesta Key: A long list of amenities will be available to future residents of Esplanade by Siesta Key which Taylor Morrison is set to develop for 247 home sites on a 77-acre parcel of land just off north of Clark Road, near east of U.S. 41, construction brgan in erly Jan 2013. This neighborhood is programmed for a mix of coach homes, detached villas, and single-family homes.

With initial development of the community set this year, model homes are expected to be on display in early 2013. The architecture of the homes will be California Tuscan in style with ornamental detailing and barrel-tile roofs. The estimated build-out of this community is five years. Its site is located well off the road and on an area dense with trees, which will be developed with crisscrossing walk trails.

Esplanade by Siesta Key will also feature a clubhouse with a social room, catering kitchen, fitness center, and library. Its compound will also house sport courts; a heated, lagoon-style swimming pool and a spa, a fenced bark park; and a barbecue area and fire pit. A lifestyle director will likewise be hired to organize activities and events. A shuttle will also be available to ferry residents to Siesta Key Beach, only about two miles from this Esplanade community.



Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com