Newest La Vita Condos for Sale

La Vita Condo Listings, Reviews & Data:

  • Total units: 206
  • Unit types: 1, 2 & 3 bed room condos & townhomes
  • Number of Floors: 24
  • Square Footage: 668 - 2,005
  • Approximate price range: $400,000 - $900,000
  • HOA fees: $450 - $600
  • Amenities: Pool, hot tub, sun deck, entertainment room and gym. The entertainment room and gym are in a shared two story room with no wall or barrier seperating the two rooms, so you can host a party and get a work out at the same itime. Storage lockers available (for rent?).
  • Year Built: 2004
  • Annual turnover %: 9.2
  • Price change prior year: +7.3%
  • Price change from 3 years ago: +22.0%
  • Other: The La Vita condo complex is comprised of one high rise tower, one mid rise tower and several townhomes with a central courtyard.

300 West Beech Street

Walker’s Paradise

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Summary of Resident Reviews 

Below is a summary of all the reviews provided by the residents living in this property. Rating scale is from one to five stars. [Rating and Review Disclosure]

  Poor      Avg      Best
Average rating starstarstarstar
Relaxed feeling of home starstarstarstarhalf star
Views starstarstarstarhalf star
Noiseless inside starstarstarhalf star
Proximity to shopping/restaurants starstarstarstarstar
Security starstarstar
Pool starstarstar
Exercise facilities starstarstarstar
Parking starstarstarstar
Maintenance starstarstar
HOA effectiveness starstarhalf star
Quality of construction starstarstarhalf star
Like the most: La Vita residents expressed to me they like being part of the Little Italy neighborhood and enjoy time in their ?peaceful? large grassy courtyard. Compliments were also given to the floorplans and city lights views at night.
Like the least: The most frequent negative comment was about inability of the HOA to take care of emergencies and how slow they respond to issues raised by the owners. One resident felt the problem is the HOA board of directors is controlled by members of the development company who may not have the same priorities as the residents. Control of the Board will likely change in a few years when open seats come up for election.