Two Rivers — a massive new development flanking the borders of Pasco and Hillsborough counties — will be breaking ground on a new health, wellness and dining club for its residents.
The new facility will feature tennis, pickleball, pools, playgrounds, gathering spaces, a bar and a restaurant, according to information provided to The Laker/Lutz News.
Two Rivers is a master-planned community situated on both sides of the county line, off State Road 56, between Morris Bridge Road and U.S. 301.
A regional district park is planned in the community, as well as shopping, dining and office spaces, according to a news release.
A luxury community known as Flatwoods is located on the Hillsborough County side of the development. It will be home to Flatwoods Golf and Country Club, which will feature a private country club with a spa, an 18-hole golf course and other recreational amenities.
The golf course, designed by David McLay Kidd at DMK Golf Design, has an estimated completion date of 2025.
Home options in Two Rivers will range from the low $300,000s to more than $5 million.
Newly announced builders in Two Rivers include Casa Fresca, Homes by WestBay, MI Homes, Meritage Homes, Park Square Homes, Pulte Homes, William Ryan Homes, and Taylor Morrison.
The first villages, Northwater with homes by D.R. Horton and Childers with homes by Lennar, have sold hundreds of homes and already have residents enjoying their new lives at Two Rivers, the news release says.
The first two amenity centers in Northwater and Childers are underway, featuring two clubhouses with pools, playgrounds and gathering spaces and are expected to be open this summer.
At completion, Two Rivers will include more than 7,500 homes, townhomes, apartments and villas featuring a variety of builders and commercial partners.
Models in the first phase already are open, with the next phase of models slated for late summer 2024. To learn more about the community, sign up for updates and view the latest new home details, visit TwoRiversFL.com.
Published February 14, 2024