First Downtown Residential Development in 20 years – Now Leasing


Raingarden Townhouse Apartments are now leasing. Last week I got the chance to take a sneak peek tour of these spacious and modern luxury apartments. The architect, Max Strang, began his career in Gene Leedy’s Winter Haven office and you can certainly feel those influences as you walk through the townhomes.  My favorite feature – the floor to ceiling windows that allow light to pour into the space. Max has been recognized as both Florida’s Best Young Architect by the American Institute of Architects and as the 2010 Architectural Firm of the Year.

The Raingarden Townhouse Apartments are located on the corner of Ave A SW and 2nd St SW. This is the first new residential development in downtown for almost 20 years and is a project of Six/Ten LLC. While there are still a few finishing touches being completed, you can contact Chad Lennox at 863-299-1195 x 1202 for more information on leasing.

Features include:

  • Modern polished concrete flooring throughout the first floor
  • 2-bedroom, 2.5 bath
  •  2-car garage
  • private courtyards
  • eat-at kitchen counter and formal dining area
  • All GE stainless steal appliances
  • large walk-in closets and a lot of storage
  • Master bedroom sleeping shades
  • Washer and dryer included

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3 Responses to First Downtown Residential Development in 20 years – Now Leasing

  1. Laurisel Laboy says:

    Hi. I’m interested in the price. Thanks

  2. A L Clements says:

    Looking to move to Winter Haven. I’m interested in price and if any units are still available at Raingarden or close downtown location

  3. Laura Sanchez says:

    What are the prices and does it come furnished as far as furniture?

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