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New apartment complex coming to a six-acre plot of land. Rent will range from about $600-1,000, and eventually single-family homes will be built nearby.

http://pilotonline.com/inside-business/new-apartment-community-coming-to-campostella/article_562765ba-8d65-545d-940d-d1c589022f23.html

 

I'm guessing this is right off the Campostella Bridge, across from the Hardee's. There used to be a Farm Fresh there overlooking the water.

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