Luxury residences and club memberships are now for sale, offering owners track-side living while enjoying their street and race cars on the private club circuit
AUBURNDALE, Fla. (June 26, 2023) – Circuit Florida, a membership-based private motorsports club and car enthusiast community, has recently received final approval from the State of Florida to sell its 75 residential condominiums. Both the on-site residences and several membership options are now available for sale to prospective club members. Circuit Florida is the only private motorsports club in Florida where members can stay overnight anytime and for any duration within their privately owned condominiums. It features a world-class driving circuit along with resort-style amenities.
“This is a long-awaited milestone as we began the condominium review and approval process late last year,” said Circuit Florida’s developer Paul Scarpello. “With the construction of our first building complete, one residence building close behind and two others set to begin in July, Circuit Florida is on track to meet its December opening date. We are thrilled to begin welcoming prospective owners and members to explore becoming part of the Circuit Florida community.”
Each of the 75 condominiums is a two-story townhome-style unit with living areas ranging from 863 to 2,837 square feet and climate-controlled garage space for up to six cars (more with a lift). All five available floor plans feature luxurious finishes with Circuit Florida’s interior designer available to support any desired design personalization. Prices range from $475K for a Monza studio unit with a one-car garage to $1.8M for the ultra-extravagant Le Mans units, which feature two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large balcony, a six-car garage and elevated track views.
Circuit Florida currently offers three membership levels with the Estate Membership available only to Circuit Florida condo owners. The Limited Membership is open to non-owners with a maximum of just 25 offered at this time, and the Corporate Membership is for entities that either own a Circuit Florida condo or rent an on-site commercial space. Each membership includes driving circuit time (up to 160 days for Estate Members), circuit access for driving guests, use of Circuit Florida amenities and more.
The 1.7-mile driving track features significant elevation change, 14 varying turns and a total of four straights profiled at over 100 mph, with the longest 1,800-foot straight topping out at 150 mph in a Porsche GT3. Currently, the track has been graded with final surfacing planned for late October. Renowned track designer Bob Barnard has served as the project’s designer and motorsports consultant. Barnard’s 35-year professional career has been connected to famous tracks, including Road Atlanta, Phillip Island, Daytona International Speedway and many more worldwide.
In addition to the condominiums and track, club amenities will include a member concierge, available cleaning services, a canopy-covered paddock area, a member clubhouse with locker room, gym and pool, a lounge and restaurant with elevated views of the circuit, and a conference center with training rooms suitable for hosting events. There will also be a separate climate-controlled facility for storing members’ vehicles, as well as a service building with bays for servicing, detailing and inspecting members’ cars.
Circuit Florida plans to open to members in December 2023. For information on membership, residential condo ownership, events and more, visit www.circuitflorida.com.
About Circuit Florida
Circuit Florida is a membership-based motorsports club and car enthusiast community conveniently located between Orlando and Tampa, Florida. It is the only private club track in Florida with the ability for its members to stay overnight anytime and for any duration within their privately owned onsite condominiums. The 75 two-story townhome-style condominiums are luxuriously designed and feature climate-controlled, high-ceiling garage space for up to six cars on the ground floor with upstairs living areas from 863 to 2,837 sf. At the center of Circuit Florida is the 1.7-mile asphalt road course designed by famed track designer Bob Barnard, who has designed racetracks across the world for 35 years, including involvement in such famous U.S. tracks as Daytona International Speedway and Road Atlanta. The course features 14 challenging turns, a 1/3-mile straightaway and over 40 feet of natural elevation change, making it unique in Florida. For additional details, membership information and more, visit www.circuitflorida.com.