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Four new Lakeland apartments that will have you calling the movers

No matter what area of Lakeland you’re interested in moving to, there’s an apartment complex for you. Check out the amenities available at these new + coming soon properties.

A gated pool and palm tree within the Welcome Canary apartment complex courtyard.

These apartments are proving that bigger isn’t always better.

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When we asked you what real estate topics you’re interested in reading, many of you told us you wanted to see more roundups of apartments + homes on the market. You’re in luck — these four complexes are either newly available or opening their doors soon.


Prospect Lake Wire’s units will include 9-ft ceilings, granite countertops, and stainless-steel appliances.

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Prospect Lake Wire, 380 Wire Dr.
Move-ins will begin later this summer at Prospect Lake Wire’s mixed-use development. Expect units ranging from $1,550 studios to $2,350 three-bedroom apartments, plus amenities like a pool, outdoor kitchen, dog park + spa, and remote workspaces. It’s also one of the first developments in the Downtown West redevelopment area.

The exterior of Welcome Canary's two-story apartments, viewed from within the courtyard. The buildings are painted dark blue with white trim around the doors, windows, and banisters. Plants are planted around wide sidewalks in the courtyard.

Welcome Canary is built around an interior courtyard with a pond, pool, and plenty of green space.

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Welcome Canary, 1030 Browning Rd.
Wellness is the name of the game at this community that opened earlier this spring. Start a sweat session in the biophilic gym, relax by the resort-style pool, or get your hands dirty in the community garden. You’ll find Welcome Canary in west Lakeland near many big players in the logistics industry.

A rendering of the Valencia at the Park apartment complex exterior, seen from the street. The complex includes three green, bungalow-style buildings with three stories. The complex faces a street, and a few cars are parallel parked along the road. Several small trees are planted around the perimeter.

This complex is designed according to the East Lake Morton historic district’s guidelines.

Rendering provided by CODA Development

Valencia at the Park, 301 S. Lake Ave.
Downtown Lakeland’s newest complex combines modern finishes with an exterior designed to match the surrounding historic district. With a mix of one- to two-bedroom apartments and townhomes, this community is within walking distance of fan favorite eateries + entertainment. Units range from $1,596 to $2,395 per month.

A rendering of a four-story apartment building painted gray and dark blue. Palm trees and small trees line the building facing the street where pedestrians walk and a car drives by.

Parker Pointe will celebrated its grand opening in March.

Parker Pointe, 900 E. Bella Vista St.
This is one of Lakeland’s newest affordable housing developments, offering income-restricted units. Floor plans include up to three bedrooms, and the complex includes a clubhouse, fitness studio, library, and laundry rooms. Learn more about what affordable housing means in Lakeland.

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