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Candler Park Condominiums provides more units for residents 55 and up
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Participants in the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce take a tour of one of the completed units at Candler Park Condominiums Thursday, Dec. 12, 2018, on Candler Street in Gainesville. - photo by Scott Rogers

Candler Park Condominiums has implemented the last phase of its construction.

Two new units will be available to the condo community on March 1, and three more will arrive in June. 

Keeping with its original regulations, only people 55 years and up will be able to live in these condo spaces. 

Co-owned by brothers Bradley and Daryl Dunckel, the condos will be priced in the mid- to upper $400,000 range. Daryl said the project’s total cost equates to around $2.5 million.

The new condos will include an 1,800-square-foot first floor with two bedrooms, and an optional 1,700-square-foot basement.

“We’re catering to a mature audience who wants to downsize from a large home, but still wants quality materials and finishes on the inside,” Bradley said. “They’ll be able to lock up and go away for weeks without having to worry about exterior maintenance.”

Bradley said the community’s No. 1 attribute includes its proximity to the hospital and local businesses. 

Daryl said the five units will be the last phase of a project that started in 2006. With the new additions, Candler Park Condominiums will have a total of 28 units. 

For more information about Candler Park Condominiums, contact Gina Kendrick at 770-654-5698.

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