This is the first major waterfront condo in West Palm Beach since 1987. It comes at a time when the city’s downtown and surrounding neighborhoods have 25 major projects in the pipeline.
In a recent interview, Golub said he was attracting buyers from the Northeast and Palm Beach homeowners who wanted to leave older homes for a new condo with luxury amenities.
Units range from 3,700 square feet with three bedrooms to 9,000 square feet with five bedrooms. The interior designer is Amir Khamneipur, who selected woods, stone and imported custom fittings. Amenities include a marble-decked lobby, a club lounge, a fitness center, a two-story wet and dry spa, terrace gardens, and a 75-foot lap pool. The building features a concierge and Bentley service throughout the Palm Beach area.
The developers said the Bristol Palm Beach is 40 percent pre-sold. The developer is asking for 50 percent deposits in stages during construction.
Units start at $5 million. The project should be completed in fall 2018.
Source: South Florida Business Journal