St. Augustine City Commission approves 50 workforce housing apartments

Jacksonville-based Corner Lot is developing Flagler Crossing to include affordable housing.


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The St. Augustine City Commission approved 50 workforce units in Phase II of Flagler Crossing, a multifamily community being developed by Jacksonville-based Corner Lot.

The vote was Oct. 24.

The second phase of Flagler Crossing will have 180 units. The 50 workforce priced units will remain so in perpetuity. 

The apartments are on San Sebastian View in North St. Augustine. Construction began in the fall of 2021 and is expected to be completed in the summer of 2024. 

When completed it will comprise 17 three-story buildings and 510 apartments.

Summit Contracting Group is the contractor.

“Entry-level teachers, first responders, and law enforcement officers will now be able to qualify and allow us to provide an apartment home for their family to enjoy the same community and amenities as their neighbors.” said Corner Lot CEO Andy Allen in a news release.

The $112 million project will have a clubhouse, coffee bar, 24-hour fitness center, resort-style pool, outdoor kitchen, beach volleyball court, kayak launch, one-mile hiking trail and 50 acres of undeveloped conservation land.

Interiors will have one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans with granite countertops, 42-inch shaker cabinets, subway tile backsplashes, glass showers and walk-in closets.