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Kevin J. Bzoch

Acquisition and Development

Davis & Sons Construction Company Llc

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Davis & Sons Construction Company Llc

20725 SW 46Th Avenue

Newberry, Florida,32669

United States

Company Description

At Davis & Sons, our mission is to provide a construction experience to our clients that exceed their expectations. In order to accomplish this objective, we utilize our unique perspective as a developer and contractor to benefit our clients, by providing desi... more

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www.sunherald.com

Kevin Bzoch, acquisition and development manager for Florida-based Davis Companies, the developer of Beau View, said about a third of the owners would like to rent their condos on a short-term basis; the others will live there full time."People are looking for more permanent residential homes," he said, without the maintenance and responsibility that comes with single-family-home ownership.The units range from a 1,400-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bath condo to a 3,700-square-foot unit.Both penthouses in the first tower are sold and Bzoch said they already are reserved in the second tower, which he expects to be under construction next year.A myth in the marketplace is waterfront properties can't be insured, said Bzoch."We had over 40 insurance companies bidding on our insurance."Developers can get insurance, he said.


www.hattiesburgamerican.com

Kevin Bzoch, a developer with Florida-based Davis Cos., said the market has been strong since the storm and 90 of the 112 units already have been sold.Beau View condos sell for between $630,000 and $1 million each, depending on the number of bedrooms and how far up they are in the 22-story tower.Bzoch said three more towers are planned for the development, possibly with space for shops or restaurants.He said he also has made a verbal commitment with Mayor Holloway for a future market-rate apartment development for the city.That may have to wait until land values "settle down," he said.But he said there are a lot of reasons to be optimistic about the future."How many communities would like to start with a whole new canvas to rebuild?"he said.


www.clarionledger.com

Kevin Bzoch, a developer with Florida-based Davis Companies, said the market has been strong since the storm and 90 of the 112 units already have been sold.Beau View condos sell for between $630,000 and $1 million each, depending on the number of bedrooms and how far up they are in the 22-story tower.The three-bedroom, three-bath model unit shows what the market will bear.Granite counters, stainless-steel appliances and Jacuzzis are standard, as are the beach views from every bedroom.Bzoch said three more towers are planned for the development, possibly with space for shops or restaurants.He said he also has made a verbal commitment with Holloway for a future market-rate apartment development for the city.That may have to wait until land values "settle down," he said.But he said there are a lot of reasons to be optimistic about the future."How many communities would like to start with a whole new canvas to rebuild?"he said.


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