Waterside's first development in Sarasota tagged as part of the master-development of the Lucknow Range. Originally envisioned as a village in Lakewood Ranch South, the community parkway is easily accessible via the University from the north via Lorraine Road on 3,500 acres. Its site extends south of the Lake Club and the Sarasota Polo Club and provides an excellent template for the sale of newly built Sarasota homes.
Lakewood Range developer Schroeder Monetary Ranch (SMR) entered Purchase home Waterside and set up more than 5,000 residential units in 12 neighborhoods. The community life in this development is woven around seven lakes and the town center Waterside Place.
At Waterside Place, community residents can enjoy great shopping and the dining experience as well as more cultural activities. The Players' Center for the Performing Arts, Sarasota's oldest arts institution, moves from campus to its own center and brings over 400 theater shows each year. In addition to providing space for open-air public meetings, the nearby waterside park is designed to accommodate boat docks, dog parks, waterfront restaurants, and the farmer's market.
Sarasota's oldest theater, the Players' Center Purchase home Waterside, has been selected as the new home with over 300 performances each year, and excellent new theater facilities. Four homeowners are currently building new homes on the waterside. Prices start at between $ 400 and can cost up to $ 1.5 million for beautiful estate homes.