Private equity firm in South Florida starts marketing condo near Orlando

West Palm Beach-based DCS Investment Holdings, owned by Washington Redskins co-owner Dwight C. Schar, is marketing a 62-unit condo at prices that start in the high $300,000s

Jan.January 13, 2019 04:00 PM

Siena at Bella Collina rendering

A private equity group based in South Florida launched sales of units in the newest phase of a condominium development in Central Florida.

West Palm Beach-based DCS Investment Holdings, owned by Washington Redskins co-owner Dwight C. Schar, is marketing 75 furnished units in a phase of the Bella Collina condo development, called Siena at Bella Collina, expected to open early this year.

Prices start in the high $300,000s for units at mid-rise Siena condo buildings. The units have two to three bedrooms, and two and a half to three bathrooms.

The 75 furnished units feature porcelain tile floors, wood cabinets and quartz counter tops in the kitchen, and raised double vanities with Moen faucets in the bathrooms.

Shared amenities include two parking spots per owner, a conference room, a fitness center and a heated swimming pool.

A 30-minute drive from downtown Orlando, gated and guarded Bella Collina covers 1,900 acres along Lake Apopka, the third-largest lake in Florida, and private spring-fed Lake Siena.

Owners of Siena units will have membership privileges at the private Club at Bella Collina, including complimentary use of the club’s restaurants, full-service spa and salon.

Siena unit owners can upgrade their club memberships on a “pay-to-play” basis to gain access to the club’s Nick Faldo-designed golf course, resort-style pool complex, a cluster of Har-Tru tennis courts, and the club’s Sportivo Centro fitness center. – Mike Seemuth

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