DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — You can’t get any more laid back than retirement. So perhaps it’s fitting that the king of laid-back music, Jimmy Buffett, is lending his vibe to a retirement community.

Latitude Margaritaville – named after Buffett’s best-known song, “Margaritaville – will open its first community in Daytona Beach for “those looking to live the Margaritaville lifestyle as they grow older, but not up,” according to a news release.

Plans call for walkable neighborhoods, a town center with a band shell, an aerobics studio, indoor lap pool, spa and fitness classes, and a resort pool with beach access.

And the community “will reflect Margaritaville’s authentic, ‘no worries’ tropical vibe,” according to a press release.

Margaritaville Holdings and Minto Communities announced the partnership last month. Minto said the community’s focus will be on music and will include a band shell for live entertainment.

There will be 6,900 homes, with prices starting at $200,000, according to PalmBeachPost.com.

Construction has begun, and the village is slated to open this fall.

Artist’s conception of the Latitude Margaritaville Town Center in Daytona Beach. Image courtesy of Margaritaville Holdings/Minto Communities