Lewis Place at Ironwood Apartments is an affordable housing community with 2 and 3-bedroom apartments near the northeast edge of the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.
Those with their own cars will find campus easiest to access while living at Lewis Place at Ironwood Apartments in Gainesville, Florida. Closest to the northeastern edge of the University of Florida campus, residents of the community can reach their classes at the Warrington College of Business in 13 minutes by car. For residents who enjoy watching the Gators in action, they can drive from the community and arrive at the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. The drive is only 14 minutes, so they can watch the big game in hardly any time at all.
Residents who enjoy spending time outdoors will love living in the area as there are several options for outdoor activities right around the corner from Lewis Place at Ironwood Apartments. Golfers can play a few holes out on the Ironwood Golf Course. It is only a 5-minute drive from the community, or residents can walk and arrive there in a little over 20 minutes. Hikers can enjoy scenic trails and bird-watching at the Flatwood Conservation Area. To arrive at the conservation area, residents can drive 4 minutes or walk and get there in 25 minutes.
Plenty of dining options are near Lewis Place at Ironwood Apartments, ensuring that no matter a residents’ tastes, they will be able to find a restaurant nearby to enjoy. For pizza in a fun, bohemian setting, residents can give Satchel’s Pizza a try. It is only a 5-minute drive from the community. If a resident’s tastes favor the exotic, Samurai Japanese Steak House and Sushi bar is only a 6-minute drive away. When a night out with friends is called for, those living in the community can meet up with their peers and enjoy a night of drinks and music at Munegin’s on 13th in just a 6-minute drive from their doorstep.
Lewis Place at Ironwood Apartments also offers its residents plenty of community amenities for those residents who prefer to spend their free time close to home. Residents can relax in the community pool or at the picnic area. Those who prefer to keep active can enjoy the fitness center and challenge friends to a game at the basketball court. The community also has a computer lab for those who do not have a computer of their own. Lewis Place at Ironwood is an affordable housing community, which means residents must have a certain income limit to qualify to live in the community.