The Livingston by Cortland

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At a Glance
Welcome to The Livingston by Cortland
Why Live Here?
Welcome home to The Livingston by Cortland, where you can experience a peaceful community located minutes from USF, major area employers, shopping, dining, entertainment, and Interstates. With floor plans specially designed for comfort and convenience, we are certain you will find a home that perfectly fits your lifestyle needs. We offer resort style amenities including two sparkling swimming pools, state of the art fitness center, tennis courts, business center, playground, pet park, and so much more!
Amenities
  • Modern Fitness Center with Cardio and Strength Training Equipment
  • Resident Clubhouse featuring WiFi, HDTVs, Kitchen and More
  • Resort-Inspired Swimming Pool
  • Elevate by Cortland Onsite Complimentary Fitness Classes
  • Smoke-free Living
  • Leash-Free Bark Park
  • Storage Options
  • Barbecue Grills
  • Fire Pits
  • Elevate by Cortland Fitness Classes
Pet Policy
Cats and Dogs are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: Certain aggressive breeds, including mixed breeds, are restricted at all Cortland Partners communities. We do not allow the following aggressive breeds/mixes at our communities, including, but not limited to: Rottweiler, Chow, Presa Carnario, Doberman, Akita, Pit Bulls (Also known as American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordsire Bull Terrier, or Bull Terrier).
Parking
Surface Lot
Building Information
  • Units: 448
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

 

About Lutz, FL


What once began as a small train depot on the rail way to Tampa, Lutz has since grown to become a bustling little Floridian city. In fact, Lutz had become so big by the 1960s that the original junction was demolished. The city has continued to blossom as a residential paradise. Today, Lutz prides itself on being a community for the people, with a commitment to moving forward while still remembering its small town past.