216 Apartments Undergo Construction Near Tyndall Air Force Base in Mexico Beach, FL

Tyndall Air Force Base, located in Mexico Beach, Florida, is undergoing a multi-billion-dollar renovation that will transform the base into “the base of the future.” Part of that initiative includes a master-planned community that will eventually offer over 900 homes. The first phase will offer 216 apartments.

The multi-phase project recently started construction in January 2022, with CentreMarc Construction Company, LLC operating as the general contractor. Some sources call the development “Mexico Beach Crossings.”

Amenities include a fitness center and clubhouse.

According to Berkshire Hathaway HomeService, the community will comprise several low-rise buildings and homes ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom apartments. Homes will either come with balconies or patios. Amenities include gated entry, a fitness center, internet cafe, swimming pool, children’s playground, and dog park.

BusinessWire reports that the initial 216 apartments will join a 42-townhome development that’s already taking shape. Upon completion, the community will offer a a mix of apartments, townhomes, and single-family homes. Future plans also call for a pedestrian-friendly commercial village. The goal is to provide housing not only for people who serve or work on the base but also to attract more people to the area.

The development will be 12 miles from Tyndall Air Force Base.

The 216-unit development is located 12 miles from Tyndall Air Force Base. It’s east of U.S. Highway 98 and Mexico Beach’s public boat ramp.


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1 Comment on "216 Apartments Undergo Construction Near Tyndall Air Force Base in Mexico Beach, FL"

  1. Shane Saunders | May 17, 2022 at 7:45 pm | Reply

    Can’t hardly launch a boat at Mexico beach canal without a confrontation now! What’s it gonna be like after it’s developed ? All about more taxpayers and money! Too crowded as it is

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