Active adult apartment community to open in Nocatee summer 2020


An active adult apartment community is coming to Nocatee, according to announcements from multifamily developer and investment firm Pollack Shores Real Estate Group and the master-planned community itself.

To be located off Preservation Trail, Olea at Nocatee will be a 175-unit active adult community providing residents with community events such as chef demonstrations, happy hours and fitness classes. Construction will commence in April, with first move-ins slated for July 2020.

Olea at Nocatee will offer one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes ranging from 625 to 1,535 square feet. Each unit will feature granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, luxury wood-style plank flooring, 9-foot ceilings and spacious walk-in closets. The property will provide designated areas for residents to mingle and entertain, including a social kitchen, pool courtyard, community garden, dog park, library and fitness studio with state-of-the art athletic equipment and ample room for group classes.

The community will also have a full-time lifestyle director who will organize and coordinate events such as wine tastings, movie and game nights, lawn games, pet socials, holiday parties, cooking classes, seasonal crafting and more.

“Sixty-four percent of Nocatee residents move from outside the Jacksonville metropolitan area, and we expect Olea at Nocatee to capture newcomers who seek flexibility and social experiences,” said Michael Oliver, development manager at Pollack Shores. “Whether it’s walking at the beach at Mickler’s Landing, riding a golf cart to dinner at Nocatee Town Center or meeting up for an impromptu gathering with neighbors, this community is ideal for baby boomers who want to live an active life close to family and friends.”

Olea at Nocatee is located near several new and upcoming developments including a future Baptist Health facility, a corporate office park and a variety of retail offerings. Here, residents can also enjoy more than 70 restaurants and shops at the Nocatee Town Center, including Coastal Wine Market, South Kitchen, Timoti's Seafood Shak and Treylor Park. Opening-soon retailers include GreenWise Market by Publix and Panera Bread. 

The sale was brokered by Tyler Nilsson and Erik Bjornson at Newmark Knight Frank Multi-Family. 



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