Luxury apartments coming to Austin Landing

Rendering of the new apartments to be built at Austin Landing. Photo: Fortus Group and Buckingham Companies.
Rendering of the new apartments to be built at Austin Landing. Photo: Fortus Group and Buckingham Companies.

MIAMI TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WDTN) – The Austin Landing Developer Fortus Group plans to break ground in July on an apartment project called The Flats at Austin Landing. The apartments will include 275 contemporary apartments and, according to a release from Fortus Group, “will complete the live, work and play environment envisioned for the 142-acre development.”

The $29 million project will include a private pool and sun deck, fire pits, fountain, community clubhouse, expansive green space, a dog park, state-of-the-art fitness and amenity areas and secured, structured parking. Apartments will come in a variety of studio, one and two-bedroom options using open-concept designs and equipped with hard plank floors and granite counter tops. The community will be geared toward the “renter by choice” who desires upscale amenities in a walkable environment.

“We’re thrilled to invest in Miami Township; the amenities offered at Austin Landing are unequaled in the market,” said Fortus Partner Christian Sexton.

Construction on The Flats at Austin Landing will begin in July, and the first apartments are slated to be ready for occupancy in 2016.

Artist rendering of  The Flats at Austin Landing. Construction will begin in July, 2015.
Artist rendering of The Flats at Austin Landing. Construction will begin in July, 2015. Photo: Fortus Group and Buckingham Companies.

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