PROJECTS


MIXED USE


BUTLER TOWN CENTER AT STENGEL FIELD


Currently under construction, Butler Town Center will bring a whole new air of sophistication and excitement to Gainesville. Designed as an urban, walkable and livable open-air retail environment, Butler Town Center invites shoppers to experience a dynamic oasis of culture, commerce and community. Rolling opening begins Spring 2018.
• Coming 2018
• 40 acres
• 350,000 square feet of retail and dining
• 152 luxury apartments atop dining and retail
• 13,000 square feet ground floor Stengel Field Food Hall
• 260 spot parking garage with amenities deck
• Regions first 41,000 square feet Whole Foods Market



RETAIL


BUTLER PLAZA


Established in 1975 with the opening of Gainesville’s first Publix grocery, Butler Plaza is an icon of accessible, convenient shopping along this city’s most trafficked interstate exit and main highway—I-75 and Archer Road. Whether it’s grabbing groceries, dinner, school supplies or an evening dress, customers trust they will find it at Butler Plaza.
• Since 1975
• 87 acres
• Nearly 1M square feet of Retail and Dining
• 78+ tenants
• Archer Road Traffic: 57,000
• I-75 Traffic: 84,000
• 1 mile from eight UF Health | Shands Regional Hospitals
• Surrounded by 12 area hotels


BUTLER NORTH


In 2016, Butler opened the doors to its expansion north of Archer Road along its newly developed Clark Butler Blvd. Butler North boasts over 750,000 square feet of relocated and new-to-market shops and dining, including the region’s first Total Wine, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Longhorn Steakhouse and Bahama Breeze Island Grille.
• Since 2015
• 140 acres
• 750,000 square feet of retail and dining
• 38+ tenants
• Clark Butler Blvd. Traffic: 35,000
• Adjacent to two major apartment complexes
• Adjacent to major RTS public transit station
• Includes three miles of landscaped, award-winning walking trails



MULTIFAMILY


  • Lake Shore Towers Apartments
    • Developed in 1965
    • Four acres
    • 116 units
  • Williamsburg Village Apartments
    • Developed in 1967
    • Five acres
    • 128 units
  • Mount Vernon Apartments
    • Developed in 1969
    • Four acres
    • 102 units
  • Windmeadows Apartments
    • Developed in 1972
    • 22 acres
    • 323 units
  • Windmeadows Mobile Home Park
    • Developed in 1971
    • 332 lots
  • The Residences at Butler Town Center
    • Under Construction
    • 152 multifamily luxury apartments
    • Five floors located above Stengel Field Food Hall
    • High-end amenities deck
    • Coming 2018
  • The Terraces at Butler Town Center
    • Breaking ground in 2018
    • 50 multifamily luxury apartments
    • Located above Butler Town Center retail
    • Key Feature – oversized terraces overlooking “main street”
    • Coming 2019