FK Architecture, a Fugleberg Koch Company, has completed construction work on Bryce Landing, a $21.9-million affordable housing complex in the Clay County, Florida, community of Middleburg. Personnel from FK Architecture and developer Housing Trust Group leaders will be on hand to celebrate Bryce Landing’s grand opening on August 9 at 11:00 a.m. at 1914 Bryce Landing Way, Middleburg, FL 32068.
“To be there in person as residents commence their next chapters in a space we designed will be truly gratifying,” said Ted Hunton, Managing Principal and Owner at FK Architecture. “As housing costs continue to climb, it’s part of FK’s mission to be a key collaborator in providing affordable, high-quality living spaces.
The complex comprises four buildings surrounding a central garden. The living units range from one to three bedrooms, from 717 to 1,191 square feet. In addition to a resort-style pool at the community center, Bryce Landing’s amenities include a fitness center, clubhouse, dog park, playground, picnic area, and an observation deck from which to observe the surrounding wetlands. Onsite services will include job training, financial counseling, and literacy coaching for residents.
Rajiv Ramakrishnan led FK Architecture’s team. The designer’s partners on the project included general contractor Kellogg & Kimsey, Inc., engineer CHW Consultants, and landscape architect Wood and Partners. “The work on projects like Bryce Landing is important to our firm and our greater community,” added Rajiv Ramakrishnan.
About FK Architecture
FK Architecture, a Fugleberg Koch Company, is a full-service, multi-discipline firm of architects, designers, and planners providing architectural design services nationwide. Established in 1963, the firm’s diverse experience includes hospitality, multifamily, student housing, senior housing, mixed-use, and commercial sectors. For more information, visit www.fkcompanies.com.
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