MYSTIC, CT – David Lattizori and Alyssa Lattizori held a private ribbon cutting ceremony outside the Harbor Heights luxury apartments in Mystic. Their family's vision for this property was realized by the two siblings headed by David to make this landmark a reality. As Mystic's only world-class luxury condo community, there is much to celebrate with these 121 condominiums now stabilized and 95% rented by Trio Properties of Glastonbury in just five short months.
David Lattizori Sr. bought the property in 1999 and made several attempts to develop the property as a mixed-use retail development. It wasn't until 2017, when his son David Lattizori turned his father's vision into an academic, medical residential campus, that he received government approval from the city. Lattizori Development has worked with city guides and neighbors for years to come up with a plan that takes their concerns into account and preserves over 50% of the property as open space protecting the property from neighbors.
After a very rigorous approval process, Lattizori's persistence in making his late father's dream come true was rewarded when construction began in 2019. This feast day is the culmination of many years of public relations work to develop a campus that the city and its neighbors can celebrate. "It really is a dream come true to realize my father's vision to develop our Perkins Farm property. The Perkins Farm Campus will be Mystic, a beautiful city that I am fortunate to be able to call, much-needed services such as luxury housing and quality medical care offer home. "
Harbor Heights is at the top of Mystic's famous Golden Triangle, down the street from the Mystic Aquarium at the end of Coogan Boulevard. The property is lined with the beautiful historic stone walls for which Stonington is known and sets a new standard for luxury resort-style living in the area. The property is set around a courtyard pool anchored by striped umbrellas and loungers that create a spa-like environment, showcasing the resort-style pool with LED lights that change color at night. There are also fire pits and an outdoor grill kitchen for intimate gatherings with neighbors. Well-appointed The Dock Clubhouse has a large fireplace, coffee shop, entertainment kitchen, and a state-of-the-art Ship Shape Fitness Center with a peloton and other interactive exercise equipment on demand, as well as a yoga studio. Pet-friendly amenities include a dog wash station, grooming room, and dog park. All common areas and luxury amenities have been carefully put together to complement a mobile lifestyle.
Located at one of the highest points in Mystic, the one and two bedroom apartments in Harbor Heights are a perfect blend of spaciousness and serenity. The top floor apartments even have views of Fishers Island Sound. Each apartment building has three-meter-high ceilings that flood the open floor plan with natural light, complimenting the coast-inspired color palette and high-quality interior accents such as white Shaker-style furniture, nickel fittings, light granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Luxurious, wide, plank style flooring provides a serene backdrop to relax in after a long day at the beach. As a nationally recognized green energy building, each unit is energy efficient and very soon the building will be solar powered. One bedroom starts at $ 1,600 and two bedrooms start at $ 2,000 per month. There is now a waiting list for popular floor plan styles.
Harbor Heights is part of the Perkins Farm Campus, a $ 85 million master-planned community that consists of a nature reserve with walking trails to Hartford Healthcare's new state-of-the-art Ambulatory Care Center and Perkins Reserve, a 50-unit luxury consists of an urban housing community that revolves around a village square. Jeremy Browning of Trio Properties commented, "This visionary project is bringing the first convenience-rich living to the vibrant seaside town of Mystic, where it was really needed. It employs smart growth development practices that greatly improve housing options for the young professional and the young at heart, and increases the tax base from Stonington for years to come. "