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BELVEDERE AT CANOPY, TALLAHASSEE - FLORIDA, USA

TEAM MEMBERS INVOLVED

David B. Portwood

Sean R. Palmer

CONTRACTING TYPE

Design - Bid - Building

PROJECT SIZE

-

YEAR COMPLETED

Under Construction

Photos courtesy of  DCG Team.

BELVEDERE AT CANOPY, TALLAHASSEE - FLORIDA, USA

Belvedere at Canopy Apartment Buildings, a visionary project designed by architects David Portwood, Sean Palmer, and Chris Eldridge, showcases a meticulously planned community that redefines modern living. This ambitious development encompasses three primary building types, each housing either twenty-four or twenty-eight units, along with the convenience of 4 or 6 car standalone garages.

The architectural brilliance extends to the construction methodology, with the buildings designed in Type V construction. This involves the use of 2x6 wood studs for exterior walls, pre-engineered and prefabricated open web wood truss systems for floors and roofs, and post-tensioned concrete slabs as shallow foundations. These construction choices reflect the architects' commitment to durability, functionality, and aesthetic appeal.

The heart of the community lies in the 7,200 sq. ft. to 10,000 sq. ft. Clubhouse/Leasing facility, constructed with a wood frame Type VB Construction type. This building serves as a central hub, featuring administrative spaces, flexible meeting areas, business offices, and a vibrant community and activity club space. Its standalone design ensures that it stands as a focal point of the community, encouraging residents to come together and forge connections.

To enhance the resident experience, the project also includes a carwash maintenance building, a freestanding trash compactor, and a mail kiosk. These additions reflect the architects' meticulous attention to detail and the practical needs of the community.

With the project currently under construction, Belvedere at Canopy Apartment Buildings is not just a residential development; it's a testament to visionary design and community-centric living that promises to redefine the way residents experience modern apartment living.

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