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Brookview Terrace

Brookview Terrace

Client: Rescue Me Affordable Homes, Inc.
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Size: 1.11 Acres
Service: Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Joseph P. Loretta, RLA, LEED®AP, BD+C
 

Genesis completed the PUD Master Plan on this 1.11 acre parcel located on Brookview Drive North. Brookview Terrace provides 15 fee-simple affordable townhomes. The development serves as a transition between the commercial along Atlantic Boulevard to the south and single family residential to the north.

The building typology includes 2- or 3-story units, each including a single car garage and ground floor stoop/front porch. The development utilizes an internal private drive with cul-de-sac to minimize the driveway connections onto Brookview Drive. Frontage of individual townhomes will provide internal views within the development, providing a traditional neighborhood quality. Additionally, the proposed development will include one community mail shelter and community pavilion.

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Brookview Terrace


Jacksonville, FL

Client:

Rescue Me Affordable Homes, Inc.

Location:

Jacksonville, FL

Size:

1.11 Acres

Service

Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:

Civil Engineering
Hardscape Design
Landscape Architecture
Master Planning
Planned Unit Development (PUD)

Brookview Terrace

Genesis completed the PUD Master Plan on this 1.11 acre parcel located on Brookview Drive North. Brookview Terrace provides 15 fee-simple affordable townhomes. The development serves as a transition between the commercial along Atlantic Boulevard to the south and single family residential to the north.

The building typology includes 2- or 3-story units, each including a single car garage and ground floor stoop/front porch. The development utilizes an internal private drive with cul-de-sac to minimize the driveway connections onto Brookview Drive. Frontage of individual townhomes will provide internal views within the development, providing a traditional neighborhood quality. Additionally, the proposed development will include one community mail shelter and community pavilion.