Solivita Recognized as Florida’s 4th Largest 55+ Community

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Solivita was recognized once again for offering affordable and comfortable living for Florida retirees.

A list of the most popular 55+ communities statewide, compiled by the Orlando Business Journal, ranks each neighborhood by the number of homes they offer.

Solivita came in at #4, with a whopping 5,900 homes built-to-date, ranging from the mid $100s to the high $400s. Each home is constructed by AV Homes, Inc.

To cater to their 55+ community, AV Homes designed Solivita to promote an active lifestyle. Established in the green, open land of Kissimmee, residents can walk, bike or drive their golf cart around the neighborhood. There are tennis and pickleball courts, along with a state-of-the-art spa and fitness complex and over 240 clubs and activities.

Not only did AV Homes top the charts for 55+ community homes, but Solivita was designated as one of the “Best of the Best” places to live by ideal-LIVING Magazine.

“Solivita is a premier Active Adult community noted as one of the top 5 in the country, and it is only going to get better,” said Matt Orosz, Central Florida Division Co-President of AV Homes.

Orosz adds that Solivita has received awards for excellence in design, environmental sustainability and community planning.

“Solivita will only continue to evolve into an even better active adult’s paradise, delivering new enhancements that are not only a reflection – but truly worthy – of the dynamic and incredible residents who currently live here.”

However, Solivita is not the only 55+ community by AV Homes. Other communities for active adults include Vitalia at Tradition in Port St. Lucie, Florida and CantaMia in Goodyear, Arizona.

Just recently, AV Homes began enhancing Solivita, which currently has over 150,000 square feet of amenities. One current project is the remodel of the Stonegate Grille, which will turn into a full sports bar, complete with TVs, an upgraded kitchen and an outdoor seating area.

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