The Emerson Experience
LUXURY. CULTURE. CONNECTION.
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Emerson’s design decisions are guided by research and study of how a residential community can enhance health and happiness. Through thoughtful planning, this design encourages personal connection, celebrates healthy activity, and fosters personal fulfillment.
Emerson’s 58 luxury residences are clustered into five micro neighborhoods, creating more opportunities to connect with those directly around you, develop new friendships, and build community.
Emerson’s micro neighborhoods are built around “Woonerfs” a Dutch word for living streets. Woonerfs are curbless social spaces where pedestrians, cyclists and drivers co-exist. Over 400 cities in the United States have introduced woonerfs throughout their communities. Woonerfs are designed to create a more open and connected neighborhood.
Emerson invites you to immerse yourself in Florida’s incredible biodiversity from your doorstep. You can follow the trail and practice shinrin-yoku, also known as forest bathing. Developed by the Japanese in the early 1980’s, forest bathing is spending time in nature and being immersed in the sites, sounds and smells of the forest. Studies have shown numerous benefits from forest bathing such as strengthening the immune system, increasing energy, improving cardiovascular and metabolic health and more.
Welcome to The HUB, Emerson’s central gathering place where community happens.
The Pavilion at Emerson overlooks a serene nature preserve, captures cooling breezes, and functions as a permanent stage for homeowner gatherings and activities .
With poolside seating for lounging in the refreshing Florida sun, Emerson’s pool area is a relaxed gathering place for residents. The Emerson pool is ideal for long days outdoors or a quick, invigorating swim.
Our community gardens are an opportunity for neighbors to get to know one another as they grow their gardens together. For relaxing, the Central Promenade’s landscape provides the perfect gathering place for the horticulturally minded.