It’s more than just a place to live, it’s an all-encompassing experience catering to the tastes and lifestyle of young professionals.
Louisville, KY (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
Lifestyle Communities (LC), a regional housing builder based in Columbus, Ohio, has begun construction on Idlewild, its brand new apartment community in Louisville, Kentucky bringing a unique brand of experiential living to the area. The Good Life, as LC calls it, is more than just amazing living spaces, it’s a completely social atmosphere built around bringing people together. “It’s more than just a place to live, it’s an all-encompassing experience catering to the tastes and lifestyle of young professionals,” says Lifestyle Communities CEO, Michael DeAscentis, Jr.
Central to this atmosphere is LC’s Resident Perks program that provides residents with access to a full schedule of exclusive events in and around the community like an annual canoe trip, Louisville Cardinal tailgates, cooking classes, a bourbon tour, dance classes, themed events, pet-friendly events and many others that are designed to create a social environment for residents.
The community’s full-service bar and restaurant, The Goat, will have additional events, regular live music, volleyball leagues and Goatapalooza, the ultimate summer event with live music, contests and food and drink specials. There are also resident fitness classes offered at the Om Fitness Center, a private gym with professional equipment and trainers, concert ticket giveaways and opportunities to volunteer with the LC Cares program. With all of these happenings, Idlewild will be a truly unique place to live and residents will be living The Good Life in no time.
Currently foundations are being installed at the site and Idlewild will be ready to welcome its first residents in fall 2013.
Lifestyle Communities is a housing developer focused on delivering a premier living experience for young professionals through innovative and smart housing solutions. The company currently manages 15 communities in Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee comprised of over 7,500 apartment, condo, and single family homes.