Gillespie Park, long an established neighborhood north of Fruitville Road, has seen some massive changes in the past five years, with modern mansions and multi-family housing dotting the streets. “People are taking advantage of the zoning there and thinking outside the box,” said architect Jesse Balaity, himself a recent transplant into the neighborhood. “People are getting creative with how they use the land.” Balaity right now is working on a 3,900-square-foot house and another 6,000-square-foot house, the first modern and the latter Mediterranean. But he knows there are also homes in the 2,000 square-foot range coming in. He sees interest from creatives who want a studio for work in their living space, whether that’s for architecture or pottery. He also just opened a multi-family unit with shared outdoor space for units, bringing new flavor to the housing inventory mix.