Park West is a place where you can live, work and play, where kids walk to school, families gather at the nearby recreation complex to watch a game and everyone goes out for ice cream afterwards. You may not even have to leave … or, at least, you may not want to.
At the Park West’s Amenity and Tennis Club, you and your family will enjoy tennis, volleyball, a junior Olympic pool with a Summer Kitchen, a kiddy pool, a children’s playground, and a multi-purpose, swimming pool that features a “zero entry” point at one end, and an “in-pool” volleyball court at the other.
The “zero entry” end includes four hydro-jet fountains to provide a relaxing view for adults and fun for the young children. Additionally, there is a large swimming area at the center of the pool for adults, as well as a hydrotherapy pool that includes underwater bench seating. The building adjacent to the new pool is the new community clubhouse, which has standing room for 120. This is the permitted occupancy for the clubhouse. Seventy-two persons may be seated comfortably in a theater setting.
Other recreational outlets include approximately six miles of bike and hiking paths; four and a half miles of the winding Toomer and Darrell Creeks, with a crabbing dock at the Masonborough Park, and a business center chucked full of shopping and personal service opportunities for shopping, dining, browsing boutiques, or just sipping a cup of coffee … all without ever leaving the community.
Please take some time to explore our vision for Park West, look at the plans for Cambridge Square (the Town Village, which is under contract, but not yet developed), walk through the Park West Business Center, examine the plans for the remainder of the Business Center, look at the recreational and leisure amenities, and ask for information about Park West Schools, and future development of our community. Park West is a community where you will enjoy the results of the work of an environmentally conscious developer, who has taken great care to preserve approximately 250 acres of salt-water marsh and 292 acres of protected fresh-water wetlands; where neighborhoods, commercial establishments, schools, the recreational complex and the swim and tennis club are connected by sidewalks and bicycle and hiking paths for the convenience, safety and pleasure of its residents. It is a place you and your family will want to call home.