Want to live in Margaritaville? Hilton Head sales center opening soon
Latitude Margaritaville has announced a date to open their Hilton Head sales center ahead of the opening of the location's 55+ community, according to a press release.
The Hilton Head location, the company's second community, is well under way and the sales center is set to open on Feb. 17 at 9 a.m.
According to the release, the center will open "in true, Margaritaville fashion" with preview tours, live entertainment, refreshments and more.
The sales center will feature everything you need as a prospective home buyer, including dynamic interactive displays, 3D amenity models, a colorful birds-eye view topo table of the community, and a design center. The company hopes these tools will allow people to fully understand the community experience and create their dream home with a large selection of design options.
The first phase of Latitude Margaritaville Hilton Head already has 203 home sites, with nine fully furnished model homes projected to open by mid-2018. Homes are set to start in the low $200s, with a ton of tropical -themed amenities.
“Latitude Margaritaville is a brand-new concept that is redefining active adult living,” said William Bullock, senior vice president of Minto Communities. “These 55-and-better communities are designed specifically for people who are seeking the unique, fun lifestyle of Margaritaville. Interest has been phenomenal, with more than 100,000 prospective buyers registering to receive more information. We look forward to seeing this continue as we expand the Latitude Margaritaville concept.”
The community boasts a resort-style pool, fitness center, social hall, game and hobby rooms, arts and learning programs, indoor and outdoor dining with signature Margaritaville food and beverage concepts, tennis and pickleball courts and a 290,000-square-foot Margaritaville retail center.
According to the release, the Hilton Head homes are planned to start sales on March 10. As of now, plans call for over 3,000 homes once the community is complete.
“Whenever we’re surrounded by the neighbors who will soon call Latitude Margaritaville home, their excitement is contagious,” said Tamara Baldanza-Dekker, chief marketing officer of Margaritaville. “It’s been so much fun to be part of this growing community and we can’t wait to keep the party going!”
The company also announced that they will be unveiling nine new model homes on Feb. 24. in it's first community in Daytona Beach, Fla.