Clubhouses for Multifamily Buildings and Complexes

ESI has completed the construction of a number of clubhouses, some as part of a larger multifamily project and some as standalone projects. These clubhouses are typically wood-framed buildings with kitchen areas, living room style seating areas, and high-end finishes.

Eagle River Luxury Living Apartments' Clubhouse

This clubhouse centrally located in the Eagle River Luxury Living Apartment complex is a renovated residential home that was present on the property before construction started. The house was converted into a common area for the residents of the complex and includes a kitchen, multiple seating areas, and a brick fireplace.

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Mace River Clubhouse

The 1,843-square-foot clubhouse, which ESI constructed as part of Gardner Company’s riverfront community Mace River Ranch, includes kitchen facilities, a meeting area, sundeck and pool.

Revel Eagle Senior Living Clubhouse

As part of a 147-unit senior housing development, ESI constructed a freestanding single story clubhouse/community building centered between the two buildings.

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The District at Parkcenter Apartments' Clubhouse

The apartment community clubhouse included an adjacent pool and a separate fitness center, complete with exposed wood beams and large windows which let in wonderful natural light into the common space.

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Edgewood Spring Creek Eagle Island Clubhouse

As part of the third phase of construction for Edgewood Spring Creek Eagle Island, ESI constructed a 2,700 square-foot clubhouse that included a commercial kitchen facility, meeting room, and a library.

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The Franklin at Ten Mile Clubhouse

The clubhouse at The Franklin at Ten Mile apartment complex provides residents of the 128 units a beautiful and functional space to congregate for events. The kitchen area features quartz countertops, an under mounted sink, and stainless steel appliances while the seating areas include comfortable furnishings, stylish rugs, and tables.

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