Earlier this year, ICI Homes of Tamaya announced the selection of the architect and interior designer for the $10 million amenity center that will be available to the residents of the Mediterranean-style, master-planned community located on Beach Boulevard between Downtown Jacksonville and the Beaches.
The architectural firm that has been selected is Ervin Lovett Miller of Jacksonville, an integrated multi-disciplinary environmental design firm recognized for its commitment to sustainable practice, innovative design excellence, and technical proficiency. ELM’s work encompasses projects in natural, learning, cultural, resort, commercial, recreational, visual, urban, and living environments by experienced planners, architects, landscape architects, designers, and staff.
The interior designer is Ansana Interior Design of Orlando recognized for creating timeless spaces in both residential and commercial environments. “The amenity center is the physical and recreational centerpiece of this remarkable community,” said David Haas, chief development officer at ICI Homes of Tamaya. “ELM and Ansana are two of the most respected design firms in the country. They are creating a design that provides special surroundings for the residents of Tamaya.”
The 10,000-square-foot clubhouse, pools, and outdoor recreation areas, including tennis and an event lawn, are planned to include nearly 4,500 square feet of fitness space inside of the clubhouse. Site work is underway and construction of the amenity center is scheduled for completion in 2016.
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Tamaya is Jacksonville’s newest master-planned community that brings new vibrancy, character, and relevance to the area between the city and the sea. Tamaya offers homes ranging from 1,979 to 3,500 sq.ft. along with Tuscan, Mediterranean and Spanish architectural styles. This one-of-a-kind community will offer lush landscaping, walking paths, crystal lakes, a 10,000 sq.ft. amenity center, grand entrance, gatehouse, and more than 500,000 sq.ft. of commercial and retail space.